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Joseph, Michael

ISR Non-Resident Fellow
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Michael Joseph coordinates the Cafepaz Peace Studies Center based at the Baptist University and Seminary of Cali, Colombia. Michael also works closely with the Prophetic Call human rights documentation project that has documented the impact of Colombia’s internal armed conflict on Protestant churches, for 12 years. An ordained Baptist minister, Michael is a mission co-worker to Colombia with Global Ministries of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and United Church of Christ, where he has served for over ten years. Michael has taught theology at both the Baptist University and Seminary in Cali and the Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Bogotá, Colombia. In May of 2004 Michael obtained a Master of Arts in Theology, with a focus in Ethics from Union Theological Seminary, in New York City. Michael was awarded the 2004 Anne M. Bennett and John C. Bennett Fellowship “for promise of excellence in a ministry of social service and advocacy for justice in the public arena.” In July of 2004 Michael was ordained by Metro Baptist Church in New York City. Michael is currently pursuing a DMin from the Baptist Theological Seminary in Richmond, VA.

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