Allan Aubrey Boesak


Allan A. Boesak received his PhD in Theology from the Protestant Theological University (Netherlands) in 1976, the same year of the Soweto Uprisings, which marks his entry into public life in South Africa. As President of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches he called for the formation of the United Democratic Front to advance the anti-apartheid movement in 1983. He has written 17 books and has received numerous awards, including the Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Award. He recently completed an appointment as chair of the Desmond Tutu Peace, Reconciliation, and Global Justice Center at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis. Currently, Allan Boesak serves as Distinguished Professor of Religion and Social Justice at Berea College Kentucky.

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