Portrait of Dr. C. Anthony Hunt

Dr. C. Anthony Hunt

Mentor: Enacting Martin Luther King Jr.’s Beloved Community

Enacting Martin Luther King Jr.’s Beloved Community

Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of the leading theologians and church leaders of the 20th century. This cohort/course offers an historical, theological and socio-cultural analysis of the life and writings of Martin Luther King, Jr., with particular focus on the implications of King’s work on the contemporary church and society. The cohort/course will provide a foundation for the academic study of Martin Luther King, Jr. with particular focus on the historical and contemporary implications of his work and ministry within the context of congregational leadership, social justice and community building, and the development of models for realizing “Beloved Community.”

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Education & Professional

  • D.Min., Bethel Theological Seminary and University (2023)
  • Ph.D., Graduate Theological Foundation (2001)
  • D.Min., Graduate Theological Foundation (1999)
  • M.Div., Wesley Theological Seminary (1993)
  • M.B.A., Troy State University (1986)
  • Senior Pastor, Epworth Chapel United Methodist Church, Baltimore, MD (2011-Present)
  • Professor of Systematic, Moral, and Practical Theology at the Ecumenical Institute of Theology, St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Baltimore (2000-Present)

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