ATLANTA, GA — The Interdenominational Theological Center or ITC is looking for someone to teach the history of Christian thought and ideas, especially in Black church religious history and practice.
Since they will focus on teaching the introduction and core courses in Church history, it is required for the applicants to have a background that is related to historical developments and contemporary church experiences on African people in the U.S.
Applicants are also expected to make students excited to learn by making an instructional presentation consisted of an intertwining of both Church and African American church histories.
It is expected that with guidance, students will be able to recognize the contextualized church using its historical, ritual and cultural resources while also framing support for its religious, social, historical and cultural impact locally and globally.
For those interested to apply for this position, you can send the application letters along with your curriculum vitae, a list of three recommendation letters, and a statement of research interest to the Chair of the Search Committee Willie Goodman, Th.D. at email@example.com. The recommendation letters should be sent directly to the Search Committee Chair.
The applications will be reviewed by September 10, 2021. Until it’s filled, the position is still open for anyone.
ITC is accredited by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges or SACSCOC and The Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools or ATS in the US and Canada to award masters and doctoral degrees for graduate students in theological education.
ITC as the only UNCF institution that offers graduate theological education that also embraces a Liberationist Theological perspective that celebrates the African American religious experience.
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