This blog explores and examines the intersections of rhetoric, race, and religion.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Our Contributor: Earle Fisher
Pastor, professor, writer, preacher and social activist, Rev. Earle J. Fisher graduated from Benton Harbor High School in 1996, earned an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts in 1999 from Lake Michigan College, a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Computer Science in 2003 from LeMoyne-Owen College and a Masters of Divinity Degree in May 2008 from Memphis Theological Seminary. he is an ordained minister in both the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and National Baptist denominations. Currently serving as a adjunct instructor of religion and humanities as several local colleges, as well as interim pastor of Abyssinian Baptist Church (A.B.C.) in Whitehaven. Most of Rev. Fisher's work focuses on the rhetoric and impact of black preaching, hip-hop theology and young-adult spirituality. He is happily married to his wife Denise, and has one son, Jalen. Follow him on Twitter @pastor_earle