Harold Good and Frank Thomas

Harold Good and Frank Thomas: A Sacred Conversation on Race, Violence and Human Dignity
Thursday, May 14, 7-9 pm
Sweeney Chapel
Christian Theological Seminary

What does the current turmoil in Baltimore, Staten Island, Ferguson, and elsewhere tell us about the state of our common community life? What lessons can we learn from other cultures, times, and places? Join two visionary, experienced faith leaders for a conversation at the intersection of race, religion, violence and human dignity. Harold Good is an eminent Irish Methodist who played a vital role in the Northern Ireland peace process. Frank Thomas, Professor of Homiletics at CTS and Director of the Academy of Preaching and Celebration, has served for nearly 30 years as a senior pastor and scholar of African-American preaching.

Free and open to the public. No registration required.

Other events with Rev. Dr. Good:
May 15: Lunch with CTS students
May 16: Commencement speaker