#TakeAClass: Rev. Melanie Jones will teach Womanist Literature as a Resource for Ethics June 4-8. The central aim of the course is to engage womanist literature, works written by Black women, as a source for doing theology and ethics. This course takes up writings that engage the everyday experiences of women of the African Diaspora navigating oppressive socio-political contexts (particularly) and the human condition (universally). For more information, see the below link.
"An Act of Love" screening at Brite Divinity School
Excerpts from Dr. Gouwens speech to the Grace Presbytery Meeting, March 7, 2015.
What does Chip, the legit Coffee Cup, have in common with a Kia Sedona and recruiting? Watch, like, and share Brite Divinity School's Admissions Chronicles (Volume 1, Episode 1) to make the connection and join Brite's Admissions Associate, Nathan Russell, as he travels in Arkansas and Tennessee this week.
Brite Divinity School’s Summer and Fall 2018 schedule offers a variety of classes on diverse topics taught by our permanent and adjunct faculty. Individuals interested in enrolling in a specific class without pursuing a degree may be eligible to enroll as a Special Student. For more information, p...