Dominique A. Robinson John E. Hines Assistant Professor of Preaching

Rev. Dominique A. Robinson, DMin, is a millennial Womanist homiletician and justice advocate. She undergirds scholar-ministry praxis with prophetic witness, social justice, digital media, preaching, and religious communication. She earned a Doctor of Ministry degree from Columbia Theological Seminary in Gospel and Culture in May 2017. Her dissertation, “iHomiletic™: Preaching that Clicks,” is groundbreaking research, and services to assist faith leaders with developing impactful ministry methodologies that employ technology and social media linguistics. She currently is a Ph.D. student at Christian Theological Seminary in the world’s first African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric Ph.D. program. Her current research focuses on developing a “diversability”-centered homiletic rooted in Womanist discourse. Additional research interests are African American religiosity, Black Church traditions, millennial womanism, liturgy, youth and young spiritual formation, and digital discipleship. She is an ordained itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Zion Church.

 

BA, Georgetown University
MDiv, Candler School of Theology, Emory University
ThM, Candler School of Theology, Emory University
DMin, Columbia Theological Seminary