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Dr. Forrest E. Harris, President of American Baptist College, Welcome Address, 2018 Theology & Peace Conference
Dr. Forrest E. Harris delivered a stirring, informative and powerful plenary session at the 2018 Theology and Peace Conference.
Rev. Mary Mckinney and Rahim Buford join a compelling panel following Dr. Forrest Harris’ plenary session. Rahim spent many years in prison and brings important insights to the table.
Rev. Thee Smith Ph.D, faculty at Emory University and a founding member of the Colloquium on Violence and Religion speaks on how mimetic theory can aid in conflict resolution toward Dr. King’s vision of the Beloved Community. 2018 Theology and Peace Conference.
Rev. Jeannie Alexander relates the story of the Gerasene Demoniac in Mark 5 to Rene Girard’s observations about scapegoating, but seeks to demonstrate that our current culture still needs and creates scapegoats in the form of enslaved prisoners. 2018 Theology & Peace Conference
Jeannie Alexander continues her bible study with insights from her work in maximum security prisons.
Plenary #2: Becca Stevens is the Founder of Thistle Farms. Thistle Farms’ mission is to HEAL, EMPOWER, AND EMPLOY women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. 2018 Theology & Peace Conference
Becca Stevens of Thistle Farms entertains questions and comments from the 2018 Theology and Peace Conference attendees.
Theology and Peace 2010 Conference Interview with Tony Ciccariello
Theology and Peace Conference 2010 Interview with Participant Jason Mach
Theology and Peace Conference 2010 Interview with Board Member Tony Bartlett