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Dr. Jacqui Lewis

Reverend Jacqueline J. Lewis, PhD, is a public theologian and the first Black or female senior minister at the progressive, multicultural Collegiate Church in Manhattan, which dates to 1628. A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary and Drew University, she is the creator of the MSNBC online show Just Faith and the PBS show Faith and Justice, in which she led important conversations about culture and current events. Raised mostly in Chicago, she now lives with her husband in Manhattan.

Inside the Book: Jacqui Lewis (FIERCE LOVE)

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Inside the Book: Jacqui Lewis (FIERCE LOVE)

Register for the 2024 Penguin Random House First-Year Experience® Conference Author Events!

Penguin Random House Author Events at the 43rd Annual First-Year Experience® Conference February 18-21, 2024 Seattle, Washington Hyatt Regency Seattle Click Here to RSVP   A complimentary meal and a limited number of books will be available to attendees. Each event will also be followed by an author signing   Interested in hosting one of these

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Homework Assignment: Love Yourself So You Can Love the World

Contributed by the Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis, a public theologian, senior minister at Middle Church, and the author of Fierce Love: A Bold Path to Ferocious Courage and Rule-Breaking Kindness That Can Heal the World I’m so excited for the journey your students are on! They’ve embarked on a path not only to an education

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