Public Theology and Social Justice Lecture – Knox College, March 7, 2018

THE ROBERT LAIDLAW MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES PRESENTS

Public Theology and Social Justice

A lecture by Sebastian Chang Hwan Kim

Wednesday, March 7, 2018, at 1:30pm at Knox College

Dr. Kim is Executive Director of the Korean Studies Centre and Professor of Theology and Public Life at Fuller Theological Seminary; and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Public Theology.

A Q&A time with Dr. Kim and a panel will follow the lecture. Panelists include Professors Charles Fensham (Knox College), Rebekah Smick (Institute for Christian Studies), Natalie Webb-Stevenson (Emmanuel College), and Nam Soon Song (Knox College).

For more information, contact the Rev. Dr. Dong-Ha Kim, interim director of Academic Programs, at 416-978-2791 or dongha [dot] kim [at] utoronto [dot] ca.

Dr. Sebastian Kim

Join us for a fascinating presentation on public theology as a critical, reflective, and reasoned engagement of theology with the academy, church, and society — for the sake of justice for society’s marginalized.

FREE registration required at www.knox.utoronto.ca/laidlaw2018.
Can’t attend in person? Register to watch the live stream!

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