Asheville Adventist Forum: Douglas Morgan Ph.D., Historian
Please note that this meeting of the Asheville Adventist Forum will be held via Zoom. If you wish to be part of this meeting, please send an email saying so to Connie at ConnieHayward@gmail.com by the night of Wednesday, June 23, 2021. She will send you the password and link that you will need to log into the meeting. Please log in a few minutes before starting time. If you have friends who would be interested in this topic and whom you wish to introduce to the Forum chapter, please send their names and email addresses to Connie. It is likely that we will have some people attending from far and wide, which makes Zoom meetings so interesting.
Date & Time:
Sabbath, June 26, 2021, 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
“An American Original and America’s Original Sin: The D.C. Drama Over the Color Line and Its Significance for the Vocation of Adventism”
Douglas Morgan is a graduate of Union College (BA, theology, 1978) in Lincoln, Nebraska and the University of Chicago (PhD, history of Christianity, 1992).
He has served on the faculties of Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Maryland and Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee, and is an assistant editor of the Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists.
He was editorial director of the Collegiate Quarterly (1982-1986) and a co-founder and director of Adventist Peace Fellowship (2002-2010).
Morgan is author of Adventism and the American Republic (University of Tennessee Press, 2001), Lewis C. Sheafe: Apostle to Black America (Review and Herald, 2010), and, most recently, Change Agents: The Lay Movement that Challenged the System and Turned Adventism Toward Racial Justice (Oak & Acorn, 2020).
Douglas and his wife Barbara Williams-Morgan reside in Brooklyn, New York.
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