[Black Church Ministry Curriculum]

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Adair, Dr. Thelma, Education (bad tape)

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Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection

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Dr. Henry Mitchell and Dr. Thelma Adair lead discussion on ministry curriculum, theological education, and Black psychology.

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00:00:05 Audio begins with Henry Mitchell talking about Black church ministry curriculum.

00:07:07 Calls on participant who talks about theological education.

00:20:00 Participant talks about how Black seminaries train away from the Black community.

00:30:34 Talks about the need for emphasis on Black psychology.

00:49:32 Thelma Adair talks about education as static form of information and developing processes where people can continue to learn.

00:51:44 Unidentified man talks about problem experienced in theological education for those coming out of the Black church.

01:00:13 Audio ends.


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