Call for Papers: Black Perspectives on CE in the 21st Century

The Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) in Atlanta, GA, has announced a special edition of its Journal to be published in Spring 2015 with the title, Teaching the Faith, Claiming the Promise: Black Perspectives on Christian Education in the 21st Century. Co-editors for the project are Rev. Dr. Oneal Sandidge and Dr. Anne Streaty Wimberly.  Deadline for submission: March 1, 2014.

Submission Requirements

  1. Manuscripts should be written by Black scholars who contribute to Christian Education in the 21st Century and hold terminal degrees from accredited institutions.
  2. Manuscripts should discuss Christian Education in the Black Church during the 21st Century.
  3. Manuscripts may be written on any subject, i.e., family issues, children/ youth/ young adult/ middle age adults/ seniors challenges, caring for the elderly, village breakup, biblical illiteracy, unchurched populations, hip hop culture and rap music in the Black church.
  4. Edited manuscripts should be fifteen to eighteen pages in length and typed in Word Document.
  5. Manuscripts should include a minimum of 10 references, with 5 references dated 2010-2015.
  6. Manuscripts should be written using APA writing style.
  7. Email manuscript and CV to: osandidge [at] hotmail [dot] com.  Subject line of email:  I.T.C. Article Submission.

Rev. Oneal Sandidge, Ph.D. is former Dean of Religion-AR Baptist/Associate Professor of Christian Education-Beulah University and current National Lecturer, author, and Consultant in Christian Education.

Anne Wimberly, Ph.D. is Professor Emerita of Christian Education and current Director, Youth Hope-Builders Academy at ITC, International Lecturer, author, and Consultant in Christian Education.

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