George Thompson

Dr. George Thompson
Address700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA

Dir. of Faith & the City/Associate Professor; Leadership & Ministry Practice,, Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary
Dir. of Faith & the City/Associate Professor; Leadership & Ministry Practice, Area IV, Interdenominational Theological Center

B.A., University of Puget Sound,
M.Div., Claremont School of Theology,
S.T.D., San Francisco Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., Chicago Theological Seminary,

Dr. George Thompson has a special interest in religious and public leadership, congregation vitality, social science applications to religious communities and organizations, culture theory in religion and society, interdisciplinary studies and congregations and the Bible. His most significant publications include but are not limited to Alligators in the Swamp: Power, Leadership and Ministry; Treasures in Clay Jars: New Ways to Understand Your Church; How Get Along with Your Church: Creating Cultural Capital for Doing Ministry; Church on the Cutting Edge of Somewhere: Ministry, Marginality, and the Future; How to Get Along With your Pastor: Creating Partnership for Doing Ministry; Leadership for Congregational Vitality: Paradigmatic Explorations into Organizational Cultural Theory; �Congregational Ministry As a Transformative Discipline�; and �The Emerging Tension between Self and Society, As Exemplified in Augustine.

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