Black Muslims in America and the Nation of Islam - Video Course -Dr. Carl Ellis
Dr. Carl Ellis
SESSIONS IN THIS COURSE - 4 Hours of Video Teaching
SESSION 1 Islam in America
SESSION 2 Islam in the African American Community
SESSION 3 Growth of Islam and Effective Muslim Evangelism
SESSION 4 Growth of Islam and Effective Muslim Evangelism
SESSION 5 Radical Islamic Agendas and America
SESSION 6 WD Fard - Man of Mystery
Black Muslims in America and the Nation of Islam
In this presentation, Prof. Carl F. Ellis presents the challenge Islam presents to Christian ministry, with particular reference to global mission and to the African-American experience in the U.S. Dr. Ellis also presents a balanced and enlightening perspective of where African Americans have come historically and culturally as a people, and its impact on the African American church as it relates to missions.
Dr. Carl Ellis
In 1969, Carl Ellis began his ministry as a Senior Campus Minister with the Tom Skinner Associates in New York. From 1979 to 1989, Carl served as the Assistant pastor of Forest Park Community Church in Baltimore, MD, served on faculty at Chesapeake Theological Seminary, and as a seminar instructor for Prison Fellowship where he developed and taught “in-prison” and “in-community” seminars for inmates and community volunteers.
Between 1986 and 2009, Carl served as an adjunct faculty member at the Center for Urban Theological Studies (C.U.T.S.), and as Dean of Intercultural Studies at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA. He continues to serve at C.U.T.S., and is also on the faculty at Redeemer Seminary in Dallas, Texas. Carl is currently the Associate Pastor for Cultural Apologetics at New City Fellowship. Dr. Ellis studied under Francis Schaeffer at LÁbri in Hermoz sur Olon’, Switzerland, completed his Masters in Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, and holds a D.Phil from Oxford Graduate School.