Baptist Joint Committee presents: Lectures on Social Justice and Religious Liberty
Griffen calls evangelicals to redefine perspective on religious liberty (Report from the Capital, November/December 2015)
Lectures on Social Justice and Religious Liberty: Lecture 1 (Video)
Lectures on Social Justice and Religious Liberty: Lecture 2 (Video)
Social Justice Lectures Recap (Video)
The Rev. Dr. Raphael G. Warnock headlined a lecture and panel discussion, focusing on religious liberty and the black church. Both events were Thursday, November 10, 2016, on the campus of the Howard University School of Divinity and School of Law.
Religious Liberty and the Black Church: A Baptist Joint Committee Symposium
Symposium explores religious liberty and the black church (Report from the Capital, November/December 2016)
Raphael G. Warnock on Religious Liberty and the Black Church (Podcast)
Highlights from Religious Liberty and the Black Church: A BJC Symposium (Video)
Howard Symposium excerpt: Religious Liberty and the Black Church (Video)
HUSD Centennial Convocation Symposium Lecture (Video)
Melissa Rogers, the former head of the White House’s faith-based office, delivered a powerful account of faith being transformed into action at a special Baptist Joint Committee Symposium on October 26. Held on the campus of McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, “Faith-Based Activism and Service in American Public Life” included a lecture from Rogers and a panel discussion with leaders from Chicago and Washington, D.C.