Welcome to the home page of Reverend Jermaine M. McDonald.
|As a scholar, Jermaine sheds light on how religion functions in public life. As an educator, he broadens student perspectives by exposing them to a variety of sources, engaging a diversity of learning styles, and connecting theory with praxis. As a minister, he presents the Gospel as the basis for the holistic transformation of church, classroom, and community. more||Jermaine blogs about a variety of different topics including religion and public discourse, politics, religion in society, and the Black Church. You might even read an occasional rant about the state of UVa athletics or Dallas Cowboys football. Check out his “Musings” to read about what he thinks about the latest happenings in the world. Feel free to comment regardless if you agree or disagree. more||Watch commentary, lecture clips, and sermon excerpts from Jermaine. Videos include messages preached from the pulpit of the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA, spiritual home of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, where Jermaine served as Associate Minister of Christian Education from 2009 to 2011. Be rest assured that Jermaine always has social justice on his mind. more|