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    Womanist Theology is an approach to understanding God and the world that centers the experiences and insights of Black Women.

    This fall, on behalf of the Seminaries of the ELCA's Womanist Theology Initiative, Trinity is honored to host "Hush No More: Perspectives from Womanist Theologians." This hybrid event is free and open to the public, who may attend in-person or stream online.

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    This hybrid event is free and open to the public, who may attend in-person or stream online. The in-person event will be at Trinity Lutheran Seminary (2199 E Main Street, Columbus OH 43209). Lunch is offered to in-person participants.

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    Introduction to Womanist Theology

    Rev. Dr. A. Elaine Brown Crawford
    Rev. Dr. A. Elaine Brown Crawford

    Thursday, September 9th: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Rev. Dr. Brown Crawford holds a Ph.D. in Historical Theology from Union Theological Seminary and served as Adjunct Faculty at the Interdenominational Theological Center and Spelman College, department of religion.


    Womanist Interpretation of Scripture

    Dr. Angela N. Parker
    Dr. Angela N. Parker

    Thursday, October 14th: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Dr. Parker is an assistant professor of New Testament and Greek at McAfee. She received her B.A. in religion and philosophy from Shaw University, her M.T.S. from Duke Divinity School and her Ph.D. from Chicago Theological Seminary.


    Pastoral Care from a Womanist Perspective

    The Rev. Dr. Beverly Wallace
    The Rev. Dr. Beverly Wallace

    Thursday, November 11th: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    The Rev. Dr. Wallace serves as Associate Professor of Congregational and Community Care at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota.


    This event is made possible by the Seminaries of the ELCA's Womanist Theology Initiative, which is supported by the Richard Hay Barkalow Charitable Fund at Thrivent Charitable Impact and Investing™ and the ELCA Justice for Women program.