Christian Traditions on Justice and Community

Join us for a three-week morning mini-course that explores Protestant perspectives on justice and community. For this mini-course, ICJS welcomes three dynamic Protestant Christian voices to lead the conversation. 


Time and Location: All courses held from 9:30 am - 11:30 am at the ICJS Library (956 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, MD 21204).
Cost: Free

Week 1: Monday, February 12
Topic: Healing Through Kinship: Engaging Justice in Protestant Theology
Taught by: Christy Lohr Sapp, Associate Dean for Religious Life at Duke University Chapel

Week 2: Monday, February 26
Topic: The Letter to Philemon and Slavery in the Early Christian Church: An Unusual Resource for Justice?
Taught by: Matthew D. Taylor, Professorial Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies at Georgetown University and The George Washington University

Week 3: Monday, March 5
Topic:
"Go to the People": The Ancient Chinese Proverb Tradition in Christian Community Development
Taught by: Kelly Figueroa-Ray, a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia

Space is limited.

Parking available in ICJS parking lot. Additional parking available across Dulaney Valley Road at Goucher College. 

PDF flyer can be downloaded here.