Steven Harris

Steven Harris is a graduate student at Yale University, focusing on black religion in the African diaspora. A Vanderbilt graduate, he received his master of divinity degree at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and has formerly served as assistant pastor for a Kentucky Baptist church.

Biblical Theology & Liberation, pt. 4

Why is liberation theology anything but freeing when it comes to the end times? Steven Harris wraps up his series in this post and ends the discussion between biblical theology and liberation theology on the end times.

Biblical Theology & Liberation, pt. 3

Steven Harris continues the conversation between liberation theology and biblical theology, answering questions like, “Should we utilize the oppressed community or the poor as the interpretive lens through which to read the Bible?” C’mon up and let us know what you think!

Biblical Theology & Liberation, pt. 2

Steven Harris puts liberation theology in conversation with biblical theology to help us think about how Christians should respond in the midst of terrible suffering.

Biblical Theology & Liberation, pt. 1

Steven Harris puts biblical theology in conversation with liberation theology in the hopes that pastors can respond faithfully.

“You Missed Your Place To Shout, Right There!”

Many of us have heard this phrase feature over the course of a sermon. As a matter of fact, let’s be honest – about all of us have heard this … Continue reading

Book Review: Reposition Yourself: Living Life Without Limits, by T.D. Jakes

  T.D. Jakes, Reposition Yourself: Living Life Without Limits. Atria Books, 2007. 278 pages. $24.00 Dubbed “America’s Best Preacher” by Time magazine, T.D. Jakes has become a household name and a … Continue reading