“Holiness Abolitionism: Christians Modeling Racial Justice:” A Dialogue on Race and Faith
Walls Lectures, video
A few Christians in the 19th century—particularly those connected with Oberlin College—acted boldly and courageously to end slavery and promote racial equality. Those who did so grounded their activism on Holiness theology and devotional practices derived from the Wesleyan tradition. The Walls Lecture this year will be a panel presentation given by four professors who have been engaged in a scholarly project known as the Dialogue on Race and Faith. The goal of the project has been to study this historical movement and to draw out implications for the Christian church today.
Strong, Douglas; Gnonhossou, Sègbégnon; Sigler, Matthew; and Tisby, Jemar, "“Holiness Abolitionism: Christians Modeling Racial Justice:” A Dialogue on Race and Faith" (2023). Speakers & Events. 2849.
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