Christine Chapman

Dr. Christine Chapman
Address700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA

Adjunct Professor, Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary
Adjunct Professor, Sociology, Area III, Interdenominational Theological Center

Ph.D., Union Institute & University,
M.Div., ., Interdenominational Theological Seminary,
B.A., Economics University of Michigan,

Dr. Christine Chapman teaches Sociology of Religion; Urban Poverty: Sociological Issues and Public Policy; Social Enterprise; Sociology of Family; Community and Economic Development. Dr. Chapman’s most significant publications are: Lack Power from the Pew: Laity Connecting Congregations and Communities, Pilgrim Press. Spring 2007. Peeling Back the Layers of the Layers of an Onion: The Members Voice Project. The ITC Journal, Vol. XXXI Nos. 1&2 Spring 2006. Congregational Development: Inside Connections Exploring worshiper’s activities within the faith community. ITC Continuing Education Module. Fall 2005. Congregational Development: Outside Connections Building Social Capital. ITC Continuing Education Module. Fall 2005. Charitable Choice, Separation of Church and State, and Devolution: Barriers or Obstacles for the Black Church, The ITC Journal, Vol. XXIX Nos. 1&2 Spring 2004. The Shape of Zion: Leadership and Life in Black Churches, Pilgrim Press. March 2003.

Areas of Interest

Adjunct Professor, Sociology, Area III.Pastoral Care; Counseling;

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