Alliance Theological Seminary (ATS) Associate Professor Dr. Cleotha Robertson is one of seven scholars who contributed to a new book published by Urban Ministries, Inc. entitled, Gospel Haymanot: A Constructive Theology and Critical Reflection on African and Diasporic Christianity. “Grace Reversed: The Significance and Application of Amos’ Reuse of Exodus and Conquest Motifs” is the chapter written by an ATS Old Testament professor, Dr. Robertson, is a member of the Society of Gospel Haymanot. He recently served as co-presider at the organization’s first annual meeting held virtually with participants from around the globe.
“The word haymanot is Ge’ez (Ethiopian) and means faith, belief, doctrine or theology,” Dr. Robertson explains. “The book reflects the perspective of scholars of color who are orthodox in their theological perspectives and raises issues of race, class and justice that are in keeping with the demands of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Gospel Haymanot, edited by Dr. Vince Bantu, Assistant Professor of Church History and Black Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, holds the #1 bestseller spot on Amazon Kindle for New Releases in the Systematic Christian Theology category.
On the news of this latest accomplishment of Seminary faculty ATS Dean Dr. Ron Walborn commented, “I am so thrilled to be teamed with Dr. Cleotha Robertson and the whole multi-cultural team at Alliance Theological Seminary. His work in this volume represents us and the Kingdom of God very well.”