Marsha Snulligan-Haney

Dr. Marsha Snulligan-Haney
Address700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA

Professor, Missiology and Religions of the World, Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary
Professor, Missiology and Religions of the World, Area III, Interdenominational Theological Center

B.A., Johnson C. Smith Unversity,
M.Div., Interdenominational Theological Center,
Th.M., Fuller Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary,

Dr. Marsha Snulligan-Haney has taught, preached, lectured, and engaged in theological research and lead mission group tours in more than thirty countries. She has an interest in mission studies, ecumenism, and world Christianity as well as Islam and Christian-Muslim relations. Of her multiple publications, the most significant are Evangelism among African American Presbyterians: Making Plain the Sacred Story; Africentric Approaches to Christian Ministry: Strengthening Urban Congregations in African American Communities; Islam and Protestant African-American Churches: Responses and Challenges to Religious Pluralism; “The Changing Nature of Christianity and the Challenge of U.S.-Africa Mission Partnerships” in Freedom’s Distant Shores: American Protestants and Post-colonial Alliances with Africa; and the editorial consultant for the theme issue of The Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center: Health, Wholeness and Spirituality of the Pastor, writing the introductory article, “Introducing the Theme: Health, Wholeness and Spirituality of Pastors.”

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