Video: “Unfettering Jesus”

Civil rights movement leader the Rev. James Lawson highlights the fall 2009 semester programming of Vanderbilt Divinity School when he delivered the annual Cole Lectures Oct. 15-16. Lawson, Distinguished Visiting Professor at Vanderbilt and one of the leading theorists of non-violent political struggle, spoke Oct. 15 and Oct. 16.

Oct. 15, Lecture 1: “Seeking First the Kingdom: The Nashville Story, 1958-1962”
Oct. 16, Lecture 2: “Unfettering Jesus”

The Cole Lectures were established in 1892 by philanthropist E.W. Cole for “the defense and advocacy of the Christian religion.” Speakers in the series have included Paul Tillich, George Buttrick, Don Beisswenger and Jim Wallis.

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