William E. Pannell Center
Resources for the Community
Browse Pannell Center articles, videos, and podcasts. Our resources gather the insights of scholars and practitioners for your work and ministry in and outside of the church. For additional resources, visit the David Allan Hubard Library’s Pannell Center Resource Page.
FULLER dialogues: Theology and Protest
African American leaders in the church, the community, and academia, in conversation with Dwight Radcliff, academic dean for the Pannell Center, discussed their work of activism and advocacy toward justice, as well as the theologies that drive protest.
Holistic Healing and Wellness
“People were put on the planet to do more than recover from the thing that was done to them.” – Thema Bryant-Davis, speaking at the 2020 Integration Symposium on Holistic Healing and Welness
FULLER dialogues: Black Public Theology
Leaders from the Black academy and the Black church explore ways to foster greater interaction between Black theology and the Black church and community
Can “White” People be Saved: Reflections on Missions and Whiteness
Yale professor Willie Jennings discusses “whiteness” as a sociocultural framework in which missions developed and imperialized the locations on which it descended, and offers a way to uncouple Christian faith from whiteness
Conversing: Dwight Radcliff on Black Pain
Dwight Radcliff, assistant provost for the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church Studies, speaks about the systems of oppression and generational trauma that plague Black communities and challenges the church to own a theology that responds rightly to suffering rather than dismissing it.
Conversing: David Bailey on Reconciliation
David Bailey, founder and executive director of Arrabon, shares about his work in racial reconciliation and the need for the church to repair society’s broken systems
John M. Perkins on Legacy