Contextual Bible Study (CBS) leaders from Brazil, South Africa, and the United States will facilitate the webinars:
Brazilian theologian and New Testament bible scholar
Ueti serves as Latin America and Caribbean Regional facilitator of Anglican Alliance, is a member of Ecumenical Centre for Biblical Studies, Brazilian Association for Biblical Research, and a collaborator in the Landless People Movement and Via Campesina International.
Senior Professor in the School of Religion, Philosophy, and Classics, at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
In addition to West's research on how the Bible is used in African liberation struggles, his involvement with the Ujamma research and community development center has critically engaged Bible with justice struggles including race, class, gender, HIV, sexuality, eco-justice, and disability.
Presbyterian minister, Old Testament scholar, and a founder and co-director of Tierra Nueva in Burlington, Washington
Ekblad ministers at the New Earth Refuge retreat center in Washington. At Tierra Nueva-New Earth, he works to serve immigrants from Latin America, inmates, homeless people, and people struggling with addictions.
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