Tag: Harvard Divinity School

Harvard Students Create Exhibit on Relationship Between Christianity and Slavery

"The Yoke of Bondage: Christianity and African Slavery in the United States" features documents, including rare books, that range from 1619, when the first slaves where brought to Virginia, to the Civil War's end in 1865.

Two African Americans Appointed to the Faculty at the Princeton Theological Seminary

Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey has announced the appointment of two African American scholars to its faculty. Lisa Bowens will be an instructor in New Testament studies and Brian Rainey was named assistant professor of Old Testament studies.

The New Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church at Harvard University

Jonathan Walton is filling the position previously held by the late Peter J. Gomes, who was pastor of Memorial Church at Harvard for more than 40 years before his death last year.

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