Wednesday, July 22, 2015

The Dead Sea Scrolls and The Untold Story of Africans in the Bible: Towards Honoring and Healing Our Community

You are invited to an event on Friday, July 24, that will help support the North Fair Oaks Empowerment Project. (See North Fair Oaks Empowerment Project). Please share this post with your friends here in Pasadena! 
The Dead Sea Scrolls and The Untold Story of Africans in the Bible: Towards Honoring and Healing Our Community
Rev. Dr. Jamal-Dominique Hopkinsimage297
Where: Greater New Guide Baptist Church
Pastor Sterling Brown
2162 Summit Ave
Altadena, CA 91001-5722 
When: Friday, July 24, 2015. 7:00-9:00 pm.
Suggested donation: $10.
Jamal-Dominique Hopkins (Ph.D., University of Manchester) is President/C.E.O. of the non-profit Christian think-tank, the Institute for Advanced African American Christian Thought Inc., and Founder and Director of J.D. Institute, a public intellectual institute engaged in social and cultural thought from a biblical perspective. He currently resides in Altadena with his family.Rev. Sterling Brown is founder and pastor of the Greater New Guide Baptist Church  and a member of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance (IMA)
Donations will be matched and go to the North Fair Oaks Empowerment Project, an initiative of churches, businesses and
individuals committed to improving this neglected section of Pasadena.
“Rev. Dr. Jamal-Dominique Hopkins is an important voice in the 21st-century Black Evangelical ‘schoolof the prophets.’ He speaks uniquely if not singularly to the Black academic excellence of scholarship in the Dead Sea Scrolls.”—National Black Evangelical Association, Chicago, IL

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