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The Political Theology of Martin Luther King, Jr.

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The National Churchill Center at Gelman Library, GWU 2130 H St NW Washington, District of Columbia 20052

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The Institute on Religion & Democracy and the George Washington University Loeb Institute for Religious Freedom invite you to attend a unique seminar examining the political theology of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Panels conducted through the day will consider topics, including MLK’s theological training and perspective, his role in and criticisms of American civil religion, and his views on foreign affairs.

Participants include Rev. Eugene Rivers, Jacqueline Rivers (Seymour Institute), Gary Dorrien (Union Theological Seminary), Marcia Pally (NYU), David Daniels (McCormick Theological Seminary), Samuel Goldman (GWU), Joshua Mitchell (Georgetown), Vincent Lloyd (Villanova University), James Patterson (Ave Maria University).

Lunch will be served. Please RSVP.

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