Dr. Sean Henderson McMillan
The Senior Pastor of Giant Steps Church and is the epitome of a 21st-century Renaissance man.Let‘s read more information through the follow content.thanks for your patient reading,let us move on. If you are looking this kind of content,you have come to the right place.He is an exceptional preacher, scholar, author, and an activist who fervently believes in the virtue of human flourishing and the emergence of another possible world.thanks for your patient reading,let us move on.
Affectionately called Pastor Sean, is a native of New York City and is a graduate of Wagner College (B.A.), The Lutheran School of Theology (M.A), and The University of Chicago (M.A./Ph.D. in Philosophy). Professor McMillan most recently served as the Executive Director of the Center for African American Theological Studies where he is still member of the teaching faculty in the area of moral philosophy and theological ethics. Dr. McMillan is also the former associate dean of the Doctor of Ministry Program at McCormick Theological Seminary and he has both taught and lectured at Wagner College, Clark Atlanta University, Georgetown University, The University of Chicago, and Columbia University of New York. Dr. McMillan’s intellectual interests concern themselves with the question of moral sustainability in a world where reason has not singularly saved us. By this measure, the central consideration of Professor McMillan’s research is rooted in an axiological rendering of the role of our existential commitments in the face of human fallibility and collective systemic suffering. Pastor Sean was featured in the 2005 summer issue of the African American Pulpit as one of the nation’s most promising preachers in the magazine’s “Twenty to Watch” salute to gifted young African American preachers. Pastor Sean’s message of love is a simple one;
“Love is not about how we feel. It is about how we see the world, and the means by which we come to live for something greater than ourselves. In short, Love is the necessary condition for the possibility of a committed life.”