Virtual Open House: What Psychology Can Teach Us About Pastoral Care: A Conversation with Dr. Jay-Paul Hinds

September 19 at 2:00 p.m. ET

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The relationship between pastoral care and the social sciences is an intricate one, and Dr. Jay-Paul Hinds asks how this relationship continues to be relevant to ministry and theology in the present. Dr. Hinds has been a long-time champion of Princeton Seminary, beginning as an MDiv student and now serving as Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology, and his research interests range from black manhood and the black church to Hegelianism to psychoanalysis.

During this virtual event, we will ask Dr. Hinds about the courses he teaches, his recent book “A Gift Grows in the Ghetto”, and why investigating the interrelated themes of psychotherapy, race, and shame are an essential part of theological education.

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Joshua Noah, Class of 2015

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