Bunting to deliver lecture on 'Divine Intervention'

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Minister of National Security Peter Bunting will on Wednesday deliver a lecture on ‘divine intervention’ at the Jamaica Theological Seminary (JTS) at 16 West Avenue, Kingston 8.
Bunting’s topic: ‘The Underpinning of Crime in Jamaica from Quant to Kartel: The Need for Divine Intervention’ is slated to begin at 4:30 pm.
According to Reverend Dr Garnett Roper, president of the Jamaica Theological Seminary, the lecture "promises to be informative".
The JTS trains guidance counsellors for the education system, and social workers who provide social welfare services through the courts systems, the correctional department and the Child Development Agency among other institutions dealing with human services, a release from Dr Roper said.
"The lecture by Minister Bunting is the latest in our series on public affairs," Dr Roper said. "The most recent of them was delivered by Dr Anna Perkins [titled] 'Of John Crows, Racial Ideology and Contemporary Jamaica'."




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