Daniel P. Rhodes is clinical associate professor and director of contextual education at Loyola University Chicago’s Institute of Pastoral Studies. His areas of interest are political theology, ecclesiology, Christian ethics, community organizing, and education. He is editor with Charles Marsh and Shea Tuttle of Can I Get a Witness? Thirteen Peacemakers, Community Builders, and Agitators for Faith and Justice (Eerdmans, 2019) and author with Tim Conder of Organizing Church: Grassroots Practices for Embodying Change in Your Congregations, Your Community, and Our World (Chalice Press, 2017). Rhodes is also the founder and co-president of The Black Mountain School of Theology & Community, a new nonprofit institution focused on transforming theological education, congregations, and communities through organizing, participatory action research, and social engagement.
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