“Plain Theology for Plain People” An Interview with Lisa Fields of the Jude 3 Project

I had the honor of republishing a lost treasure called “Plain Theology for Plain People” by Charles Octavius Boothe.  This systematic theology was published by a former slave in 1890 but went into obscurity very soon after its publication.  If you enjoy this introduction to Boothe and to the text, you can buy the book on Amazon. Here is a short video introduction to the book:


Plain Theology for Plain People – Lexham Press


History and Theology of the Black Church

1Charleston is “a multi-ethnic, interdenominational, and Christ centered platform that empowers churches to embrace the multi-ethnic Gospel in deep and practical ways” in Charleston, South Carolina.  They hosted a conference and invited me to attempt the impossible; to summarize 400 years of black church history and theology in 60 minutes.  I hope my attempt is helpful to you.