Stephen C. Rasor

Dr. Stephen C. Rasor
Address700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA

Director of D.Min Program/Professor, Sociology of Religion,, Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary
Director of D.Min Program/Professor, Sociology of Religion, Area III, Interdenominational Theological Center

B.A., Millsaps College,
M.Div., Candler School of Theology, Emory University,
Ph.D., Emory University,

Dr. Stephen C. Rasor has an interest in Black congregational life. He teaches courses in the sociology of religion; religion, society, and social change; racism in the church and society; and church involvement in community life. His publications include but are not limited to Hidden Wholeness: An African American Spirituality for Individuals and Communities; The Mark of Zion: Congregational Life in the Black Churches and Black Power from the Pew: Laity Connecting Congregations and the Community; “African American Spirituality: Some Biblical and Historical Resources for Reflection. Additionally, Dr. Rasor was the project director for the Members Voice Project, and Dr. Rasor and Dr. Dash were the project directors for FaithFactor Project 2000: An Affirmation for the Journey Inward and Outward.

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