DAMN be HUMBLE: Addressing the Flaws in Secular and Theological Responses to Injustice
Date: 7:00pm - 8:30pm PST February 19 Location: Stamm West, Templeton
Stamm West, Templeton
DAMN be HUMBLE is the 2018 Chamberlin Social Justice Forum, featuring Dr. Daymond Glenn and Dr. Jess Bielman. Glenn and Bielman will be discussing the flaws in secular and theological responses to injustice, and what we can do about it.
Dr. Daymond Glenn MEd ’03, EdD ’09, is back at Lewis & Clark as the new assistant director of the Teaching Excellence Program. As a visiting assistant professor, Glenn is also teaching courses this term on critical hip-hop studies and contemporary African-American issues in urban America.
Dr. Jess Bielman is the Director of Campus Ministries and Assistant Professor of Christian Ministries at Warner Pacific College, a Christian liberal arts college in Portland, OR. Bielman received his D.Min. from Wesley Seminary in Washington D.C. focusing on Spirituality and Storytelling. He also co-pastors a house church.
The Chamberlin Social Justice Forum is sponsored by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.
Event ContactHilary Martin Himan
Office of Religious and Spiritual Life