10th Annual Lutheran Studies Conference
The Tenth Annual Lutheran Studies Conference
This year’s Lutheran Studies Conference focuses on systemic racism and will involve opportunities for reading, reflection and commitment to action for individuals and their faith and/or educational communities. We will be guided in this work and reflection by Rev. Lenny Duncan, an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Church of America (ELCA). The conference will include:
- Keynote Address on October 1st at 7:00pm. Rev. Lenny Duncan will be speaking on his book, Dear Church: A Love Letter from a Black Preacher to the Whitest Denomination in the US (2019). This webinar will be held virtually via Zoom.
- Adult Forum book discussions for Congregations on September 20th & 27th at 9:00am. Forums will focus on Chapters 1, 9 and 10, and will be facilitated by Dr. Marit Trelstad, PLU Chair of Lutheran Studies. Please encourage your congregation to read ahead!
- PLU Chapel on September 30th at 10:30am. Rev. Lenny Duncan will be preaching with University Pastor Jen Rude.
We invite you to read Rev. Duncan’s book with us in preparation for the conference events.
K. Brown Douglas - WHAT'S FAITH GOT TO DO WITH IT?: BLACK BODIES/CHRISTIAN SOULS - Paperback
K. Brown Douglas - STAND YOUR GROUND: BLACK BODIES AND THE JUSTICE OF GOD - Paperback
TRANSFORMATIVE LUTHERAN THEOLOGIES: FEMINIST, WOMANIST, AND MUJERISTA PERSPECTIVES - Paperback
Regular price $20
R. L. Williams - BONHOEFFER'S BLACK JESUS: HARLEM RENAISSANCE THEOLOGY AND AN ETHIC OF RESISTANCE - Paperback