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An Interview With Rev. Dr. Gregory Howard & Black Rhetoric

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On Wednesday, November 9, 2011  The Paradigm Shift Show is proud to announce an exclusive interview with Dr. Gregory Howard, author of the highly acclaimed book, Black Sacred Rhetoric. Dr. Howard will be discussing his coined theory, Black Sacred Rhetoric; the cultural disconnection between many African Americans today regarding rich, traditional styles of oral delivery versus modernized versions influenced by Popular Culture; and how more African Americans in the field of teaching, preaching, and delivering can merge the gap between current divides within the discourse.

The Reverend Doctor Gregory M. Howard is a native of Lancaster, Virginia and currently resides in Richmond, Virginia.  He is married to the former Margaret Edmond and is the proud father of two daughters, Destiny and Holli. Dr. Howard is Pastor of Union Branch Baptist Church in Chesterfield, Virginia where he promotes kingdom-like living by unconditionally loving God and all of God’s people. Prior to pastoring Union Branch Baptist Church, Rev. Howard served as Pastor at Jerusalem Baptist Church in Sparta, Virginia. Pastor Howard holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management and Development from Bluefield College and a Master of Divinity degree from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University.  Rev. Howard earned a Doctor of Ministry degree in Homiletics from the Aquinas Institute of Theology at St. Louis University. He was honored as a 2009 Joe R. Engle Fellow at Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey.  He is the author of Black Sacred Rhetoric: A Commentary for African American Preaching.  Dr. Howard is also an instructor of Black Religion, World Religions, and Theological Communication at Virginia Union University. Civically, he is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., and actively supports several local, state and national conventions.

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