Centre for Black Theology - The Black Theology Forum

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For more information about the Black Theology Forum, see here!

For more information about our Open Day Event on 26th November, see here!

Black Theology Forum, Thursday 26th May, 7.30pm

Panellists: Professor Gus John, Professor Robert Beckford, Dr Elizabeth Henry, Dr Eve Parker, Rev Alton Bell and Rev Ron Nathan

Chair: Dr Dulcie Dixon McKenzie

After the Flood, The Church, Slavery and Reconciliation - a panel response.

Discussion question: How should the Church of England pay reparation?



An online discussion about the significance of the new film documentary ‘After the Flood’ that aims to be educational and redemptive, addressing the historical neglect of slavery in British Christian history. The film looks at biblical principles for racial reconciliation in our churches today, and a pre-requisite for British churches to confront slavery, necessary to overturn injustices resulting from its legacy.


Black Theology Forum, Thursday 26th May, 7.30pm

Panellists: Professor Gus John, Professor Robert Beckford, Dr Elizabeth Henry, Dr Eve Parker, Rev Alton Bell and Rev Ron Nathan

Chair: Dr Dulcie Dixon McKenzie

After the Flood, The Church, Slavery and Reconciliation - a panel response.

Discussion question: How should the Church of England pay reparation?

To find out about our courses, email cbtadmin@queens.ac.uk or see here!

To contact the Centre for Black theology, email cbt@queens.ac.uk






















A free four-week online course that explored the theology and practical steps for more engagement in environmental justice. Four lectures that were geared towards action amongst Black church leaders and activists.





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A 'Black History Month Webinar Special' for this October's Black Theology Forum

Trailer: Short video



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