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Dr. Wayne C. Solomon

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Board Member

Phone: (423) ***-****  HQ Phone
Church of God Division of Education
P.O. Box 2430
Cleveland , Tennessee 37320
United States

Company Description: Church of God Division of Education

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    International Divisional Board of Education of the Church of God
  • Member
    International Divisional Board of Education of the Church of God
  • Board Member
    Church of God Cross Cultural Ministries


  • BA
    Rhode Island College
  • Doctor of Ministry
    Pentecostal Theological Seminary
  • Master of Arts
    Brown University
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Contact Us - Church of God Division of Education, 15 July 2014 [cached]
Wayne Solomon, D.Min.
Solomon calls on Lee students ..., 21 Sept 2014 [cached]
Solomon calls on Lee students to lead in quelling discrimination by RICHARD?GOAD Banner Staff Writer Cleveland Daily Banner
Dr. Wayne Solomon
Dr. Wayne Solomon
Dr. Wayne Solomon, professor of Sociology and Religion at Lee University, held an academic seminar titled "Racial Unrest in America" Friday morning on Lee's campus.
As part of Lee's "Celebration 2014," Solomon took time to discuss matters of historical and contemporary racial discrimination, and correlate them to the evolution of racism in our country.
Speaking to a packed classroom of students, he began with his personal experiences with racial profiling, citing times he was subjected to harsh language and aggressive behavior from figures of authority.
Leading into more modern examples, Solomon spoke of the recent riots and unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, as byproducts of - not police brutality - but rather the emblematic status of societal feelings toward African-Americans.
According to Solomon, "Ferguson is the contemporary tapestry that drapes the secret chambers of the American soul."
He presented an example of this by showing the students video of a social experiment where African-American children were placed in front of two dolls - one white, one black.
The children were then asked to choose the doll they preferred and why they chose it.
Fifteen of the 21 children chose the white doll, explaining the black doll was "bad" or "dirty."
Solomon also shared the results of his own social experiment conducted at Lee.
He presented two pictures of the same African-American woman where in one her skin is significantly lighter.
Freshman consistently gave more positive reaction to the picture in which the woman was light-skinned.
Solomon didn't attribute the results to his students being racist; rather, he credited the findings to historically engrained mindsets.
He elaborated on the history of the Ancient world, how racism began more along nationality lines and then exacerbated by the African slave trade.
Solomon, a former pastor and church bishop, then turned to the word of God, reading to students Acts 17:26, "He hath made of one blood all nations of men," charging Lee students to lead the way in quelling discrimination and racial profiling.
Reflecting on the atmosphere Lee University promotes, he said, "The university has a great interest in diversity, and wanting to help people understand that difference does not have to create distance."
In conclusion, Solomon shared his thoughts on the simplest way to curb racial unrest by using the quote from scriptures, "Love thy neighbor as thyself." Copyright 2014 Cleveland Daily Banner. All rights reserved. Share This Article | similar stories
Speakers for the event will be ..., 8 Feb 2013 [cached]
Speakers for the event will be Bishop Brandon B. Porter, Dr. Wallace J. Sibley, Dr. Michael Reynolds and Dr. Wayne Solomon.
n Solomon is a member of the International Divisional Board of Education of the Church of God. He has ministered across the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Asia and Africa. He will speak at 11 a.m. Feb. 14 at the Seminary Chapel. Copyright 2013 Cleveland Daily Banner. All rights reserved. Share This Article | similar stories
Dr. Wayne ..., 29 Aug 2014 [cached]
Dr. Wayne Solomon
Dr. Wayne Solomon, assistant professor of sociology and religion, has served as Administrative Bishop for the Church of God in Florida and Great Lakes. His ministry has included the role of pastor, church planter, teacher and ministerial development director. Solomon has been an adjunct professor at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary and Rhode Island College, an assistant professor at Community College of Rhode Island, and a special lecturer at Providence College.
Dr. Solomon's areas of expertise are African American Studies, African Studies, The Black Diaspora and African Descended Religions. He earned his Doctor of Ministry (DMin) from the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, his Master of Arts from Brown University, and a BA from Rhode Island College.
Maranatha Tabernacle Church of God - Viewing Church Staff: Wayne Solomon, 18 May 2005 [cached]
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