Drew Hart is a PhD candidate at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Pa, thinking, writing, and living at the intersection of Black theology and Anabaptism. Drew was raised in a Black Church but spent 4 years after college on the pastoral staff of a multi-racial and urban Anabaptist community. Now back in Philly, he speaks and preaches regularly to churches, conferences, and colleges, primarily around the themes of Christian discipleship, post-Christendom church, and particularly the ongoing problem of racism and oppression within the life of the Church and the larger society. You can also find Drew's writing at 'Taking Jesus Seriously' which is hosted by Christian Century or through twitter, @Druhart.
Drew G.I. Hart is Professor of Theology at Messiah College, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Drew is the author of Trouble I've Seen: Changing
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