Rev. Anthony Carter to join the President's Forum on Feb. 27

The President’s Forum
On Being Black and Reformed
February 27


In his book, On Being Black and Reformed, Rev. Carter wanted to show that being Reformed is not antithetical to the African American Christian experience and to demonstrate that Reformed theology is biblically and historically consistent.

In celebration of Black History Month, join President Dr. Don Sweeting as he interviews Rev. Carter for this forum. Learn how Rev. Carter can embrace the theology of men who owned slaves and what he has to say about the perception of Reformed Christians who have been viewed as less than vigorous in denouncing the sins of slavery and, thus, implying their approval of it.

Rev. Anthony Carter is a RTS Orlando alumnus and pastor of the church plant East Point Church in East Point, Ga. He has also edited Experiencing the Truth: Bringing the Reformation to the African-American Church and Glory Road: The Journeys of 10 African-Americans into Reformed Christianity. Rev. Carter's most recent title is Blood Work: How the Blood of Christ Accomplished Our Salvation. Carter and his wife Adriane have five children.

RTS Orlando invites all students, faculty, staff and the greater-Orlando community to this unique discussion on Wednesday, February 27, at 12 noon in the Fellowship Hall. A boxed lunch from Jason's Deli will be available for $6. Please RSVP for  lunch to Kim Sutter at ksutter@rts.edu.

See you there!


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