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  • Frank A Thomas As a preacher, teacher, scholar, thinker, lecturer, author, and master coach, Frank A. Thomas is one of the most creative, pioneering, and prominent thought leaders of this generation. Thomas holds a PhD in Communications (Rhetoric) from the University of Memphis and currently serves as the Nettie Sweeney and Hugh Th. Miller Professor of Homiletics and Director of the Academy of Preaching and Celebration at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Source and photo: drfrankathomas.com)
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  • Patricia K Tull Patricia K. Tull is author most recently of Inhabiting Eden: Christians, the Bible, and the Ecological Crisis (Westminster John Knox, 2013), an ecological Bible study. She is the A.B. Rhodes Professor Emerita of Old Testament at Louisville Seminary, and currently serves as Program Director for Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light in Indiana. An ordained Presbyterian minister, she frequently preaches, leads retreats, and lectures nationally, exploring Scripture in light of environmental issues. She is a GreenFaith Fellow, Climate Reality presenter, and general editor of a new series called Essentials of Biblical Studies for Oxford University Press. (Source and photo: humansandnature.org)
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  • Howard Thurman Howard Washington Thurman was an American author, philosopher, theologian, educator, and civil rights leader. As a prominent religious figure, he played a leading role in many social justice movements and organizations of the twentieth century. Thurman's theology of radical nonviolence influenced and shaped a generation of civil rights activists, and he was a key mentor to leaders within the civil rights movement, including Martin Luther King Jr. Thurman served as dean of Rankin Chapel at Howard University from 1932 to 1944 and as dean of Marsh Chapel at Boston University from 1953 to 1965. In 1944, he co-founded, along with Alfred Fisk, the first major interracial, interdenominational church in the United States. (Source: wikimedia.org; photo: bu.edu)
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