Seminar co-hosted with Breakthrough: Mapping Christian Scholarship in a Pluralist Society: Incorporating the Reformed Worldview with the “Missional” Vision by Dr Kuk-Won SHIN


Date:   Jan 23, 2018 (Tue)

Time:   7:30pm to 9:30pm

Venue: Lumina College, 3/F, Breakthrough Centre, 191 Woosung Street, Jordan, Kowloon, HK


Seminar: Mapping Christian Scholarship in a Pluralist Society:  Incorporating the Reformed Worldview with the “Missional” Vision

研討會: 在多元社會裹的基督化學術研究


The purpose of this seminar is to orient Christian scholarship with today’s global widespread pluralist culture. Pluralism of culture is not a new phenomenon. The Christian church is no stranger to it. Throughout its 2000 years of mission, the church has had to interact with many varieties of culture. The wisdom that the church was able to glean from its encounters with various cultures is in hefty demand today. This seminar explores the cultural landscape of global pluralism in order to examine what is required of Christian scholars who seek to contribute to the worldview discourse on the present cultural environment.


Speaker: Dr Kuk-Won SHIN 

Professor of Philosophy and Culture

Chongshin University


Moderator: Mr Andrew Choi




Introduction to Master Programmes

• MA in Intercultural Studies (Wheaton College)

• MA in Communication: Digital Storytelling (Asbury University)

• MBA (Cairn University)

Facilitator: Dr Wing Tai LEUNG


Lumina College, Hong Kong


Dr LEUNG, Dr SHIN and Mr Choi shared important messages in the seminar


Group photo with attendants after the seminar


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