Deep Calleth unto Deep: The Future of Black Theological Education

Pollard III, Alton B.
January 2008
Journal of Religious Thought;2008-2010, Vol. 60-63, p1
Academic Journal
The article presents a discussion of the theological education of African Americans, adapted from an inaugural address delivered by Alton B. Pollard III, dean of the Howard University's School of Divinity (HUSD) at the 92nd Annual Convocation of HUSD on November 6, 2008.


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