Date Written: January 13, 2003
Date Presented in the Senate: January 17, 2003
From the Lloyd John Ogilvie Collection, Archives and Special Collections, David Allan Hubbard Library, Fuller Theological Seminary
*Dr. Lloyd John Ogilvie’s consistent ministerial focus has been the care, encouragement, and support of business, political, and community leaders. His many efforts include ministering 23 years as pastor of the historical First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, leading a nationally syndicated radio and television ministry called Let God Love You, and serving as the 61st Chaplain of the United States Senate (1995-2003). Dr. Ogilvie has also supported Fuller Seminary in countless ways, including (but not limited to) as a Board of Trustees member, a leader of the Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute of Preaching, and a valued colleague of former President David Allan Hubbard, former President Richard Mouw, and current President Mark Labberton.
For more information about Dr. Ogilvie or to view the Let God Love You television series online, please visit the Brehm Center’s Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute of Preaching Resources webpage.
Background image: Highsmith, Carol M., 1946-, photographer,“Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Washington D.C.” (October 2011), Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA, https://www.loc.gov/item/2013650721/
James Washington Special Collection
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James Washington (1948-1997)
“One of the Leading Scholars of African-American Religion”
Associate Professor of History at Union Theological Seminary, NY
Ordained Baptist Minister
Dr. Washington is the author of Frustrated Fellowship: The Black Baptist Quest for Social Power (1986), A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1986), I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World / Martin Luther King, Jr. (1992), Conversations with God: Two Centuries of Prayers by African Americans (1994).
–James Washington and Tim Tseng, Union Theological Seminary
Happy New Year! Happy Martin Luther King Day! Please check what we have about Martin Luther King, black theology, black church, etc.
- Misremembering Dr. King: Revisiting the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by Jennifer J. Yanco. Amazon page
- The Chicago Freedom Movement : Martin Luther King Jr. and civil rights activism in the north by Pam Smith, James R. Ralph, Bernard LaFayette, Jr.,, Mary Lou Finley. Amazon page
- The divided mind of the Black church: theology, piety, and public witness by Raphael G. Warnock. Amazon page
- Too heavy a yoke: black women and the burden of strength by Chanequa. Walker-Barnes. Amazon page
- From every mountainside: black churches and the broad terrain of civil rights by R. Drew Smith. Amazon page
- Christian theology and African traditions by Matthew. Michael. Amazon page
- Bonhoeffer’s black Jesus: Harlem Renaissance theology and an ethic of resistance by Reggie L. Williams. Amazon page
- Dear white Christians: for those still longing for racial reconciliation by Jennifer Harvey. Amazon page
- Show us how you do it: Marshall Keeble and the rise of Black Churches of Christ in the United States, 1914-1968 by Edward J. Robinson. Amazon page
- Blacks and Whites in Christian America: how racial discrimination shapes religious convictions by Jason E. Shelton, Michael O. Emerson. Amazon page
- Blackening of the Bible: the aims of African American biblical scholarship by Michael Joseph. Brown. Amazon page
- Pragmatic Spirituality: the Christian Faith through an Africentric Lens by Gayraud S. Wilmore. Amazon page
- Circle thinking: African women theologians in dialogue with the West by Carrie. Pemberton. Amazon page
- Kimbanguism: an African understanding of the Bible by Aurélien Mokoko Gampiot (Author.), Cécile Coquet-Mokoko (Translator.). Amazon page
- Esotericism in African American religious experience: “there is a mystery” …by Stephen C. Finley (Editor.). Amazon page
- The end of God-talk: an African American humanist theology by Anthony B. Pinn. Amazon page
- Black Zion: African American religious encounters with Judaism by Yvonne Patricia Chireau, Nathaniel. Deutsch. Amazon page
- The Bible and African culture: mapping transactional inroads by Humphrey. Waweru. Amazon page
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- The story of Jesus in history and faith by Lee Martin McDonald. Amazon page
- The image of Christ in modern art by Richard Harries. Amazon page
- Christ in Art by Ernest. Renan. Amazon page
- Promise of the enternal covenant: God’s profound providence as revealed in the genealogy of Jesus Christ by Abraham Park. Amazon page
- Jesse’s lineage: the legendary lives of David, Jesus, and Jesse James by Robert Paul. Seesengood, Jennifer L. Koosed. Amazon page
- Jesus: a theography by Leonard I. Sweet, Frank. Viola. Amazon page
- Dating the Passion: the life of Jesus and the emergence of scientific chronology (200-1600) by C. Philipp E. Nothaft. Amazon page
- Jesus the central Jew: his times and his people by André. LaCocque. Amazon page
- The life and death of the radical historical Jesus by David. Burns. Amazon page
- Genesis: in the beginning by Dianne. Bergant. Amazon page
- Abingdon Old Testament Commentaries: Ruth by Judy. Fentress-Williams. Amazon page
- Revelation: a New Covenant Commentary by Gordon D. Fee. Amazon page
- Acts a Commentary in the Wesleyan Tradition by Richard P. Thompson. Amazon page
- First and Second Maccabees by Daniel. Harrington. Amazon page
- First and Second Samuel by Feidhlimidh Magennis. Amazon page
- Reading Joshua: a historical-critical, archaeological commentary by John Laughlin. Amazon page
- Joel, Obadiah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi by John J. Collins. Amazon page
- Proverbs by Katherine Murphey. Hayes, Daniel. Durken. Amazon page