Christine Chapman


Dr. Christine Chapman

E-mailcdchapman@itc.edu
Address700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA
Phone404-527-7700
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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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