Charles Amjad-Ali
Emeritus, Martin Luther King Jr. Professor for Justice and Christian Community

Charles Amjad-AliEmail:
camjad@luthersem.edu

Resources:

Publications

Books
Liberation and Ethics: Essays in Religious Social Ethics in Honor of Gibson Winter (1985)
Baptisma, Asha-i-Rabani aur Dini Khidmat
Passion for Change: Reflections on the Healing Miracles in St. Mark (1989)
But the Spirit Gives Life (1993)
Religion and Politics in Islam: Challenge to Christian-Muslim Relations
Word & World 16/2 (1996) 151--157

Education:

Ordained(Church of Pakistan)
1987
Ph.D.Princeton Theological Seminary
Princeton, NJ
1985
Post-Doctoral Certificate in Islamic Law, HistoryColumbia University
New York, N.Y.
1985
M.DivPrinceton Theological Seminary
Princeton, NJ
1978
Diploma of TheologyLondon University
London, England
1976
B.A.Karachi University and Oxford University
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan and Oxford, England
1967–1971

Biography:

Charles Amjad-Ali joined the Luther Seminary faculty in 1997 as visiting professor of Christian mission and social justice after a series of international lectureships reaching back well over a decade. In May 1997 he received the Martin Luther King, Jr. Chair of Justice and Christian Community. Before Luther Seminary, he has lectured at Princeton, Notre Dame, St. Thomas and Temple Universities as well

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