Loud Lecture: Rev. Mark Charles

2019 Henry Martin Loud Lecture: Rev. Mark Charles
With his book “Unsettling Truths: The Ongoing Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery”
Sunday, November 17
3:00 pm in our Downtown Sanctuary

The Wesley Foundation at the University of Michigan presents Rev. Mark Charles. He is a pastor, Navajo activist, author, and U.S. Presidential Candidate, speaking about his new book, Unsettling Truths: The Ongoing Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery.

He will preach at the 9:30am worship service that day, with Q&A to follow in the Wesley Lounge immediately following. The Loud Lecture will be held in the downtown Sanctuary at 3:00pm.

Please call (668-6881) or email Chaplain Tim Kobler (timkobler@umichwesley.org) with questions.

About the Loud Lectureship…

Lumberman, Au Sable mayor (president of Bay View near Petoskey), and licensed lay Methodist preacher, Henry Loud endowed the Loud Lectureship at Wesley in 1897. This was just one year after the Wesleyan Guild (later Wesley Foundation) incorporated. Hundreds of theologians, bishops, scholars, activists, and writers have spoken at the since that time on “the Evidences, the History, the Development, and the Reasonableness of the Christian Religion.”

In the early years, bishops, governors, congress members, senators, and ambassadors gave the lectures.  Throughout the 20th century, Loud Lecturers have  included William Jennings Bryan of Scopes “Monkey Trial” fame, Walter Rauschenbusch, known for the Social Gospel, non-violence scholar Gene Sharp of Harvard, and Black Liberation Theologian James Cone.  Recent lecturers have included Matthew Fox, Shane Claiborne, John Bell, and James Lawson.

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