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Fellow Sègbégnon Mathieu Gnonhossou Joins Faculty School of Theology at Seattle Pacific University

Posted on : May 15, 2020

Sègbégnon Mathieu Gnonhossou, Assistant Professor of Theology, begins Sept 2020 at the School of Theology at Seattle Pacific University. Dr. Gnonhossou (who goes by either Sègbégnon or Mathieu) comes to Seattle Pacific from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Kentucky where he was Adjunct Professor of African/African American Studies. He received his PhD in Public Theology from The University of Manchester in England and a Doctor of Ministry from Asbury Theological Seminary. He has an upcoming publication, “Conversion as an Act of Reclamation: John and Charles Wesley’s Interactions with Two Enslaved West Africans” and is an Organizing Pastor of All Nations African Ministries of the United Methodist Church.

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