Six months before joining the North Greenville University family in chapel I was asked to speak on “The Call to Social Justice and Social Engagement.” The week I was scheduled to delver this message was at the height of Christians debating the believe’s engagement with social injustice. My address begins at 22:29 (follow the link below), but the worship through song that precedes my message is fantastic. Please note: there are a few times when the audio goes out, but it comes back in.
This short lecture was given at the Plain Theology for Plain People book release event on September 20, 2018. In this presentation, I demonstrate the significance of Boothe’s theological contribution for contemporary evangelicalism.
Please find the lecture here: Plain Theology for Plain People Book Release Lecture.
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: