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Missiology Lectures 2020

Hosted by School of Intercultural Studies
at Online
Open to the public

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Migration, Transnationalism, and Faith in Missiological Perspective: Los Angeles as a Global Crossroads

OCTOBER 26 – 30, 2020

Los Angeles has long been a global crossroad of communities migrating in and out, especially from Latin America. The Missiology Lectures 2020 will explore this case study of the wider issues of migration, transnationalism, and interfaith engagement over five days. Through plenary presentations, Q&As, panel discussions, and breakout conversations, we will tease out the implications of Los Angeles as a global crossroads for faith, mission practice, and theology.

The 2020 Missiology Lectures will be held virtually with curated content released each morning and live sessions offered throughout each day. There will also be opportunities to network with fellow conference-goers, publishers, and organizations serving migrants. Our distinguished speakers include Gioacchino Campese, Robert Chao Romero, Darren Dochuk, Richard Flory, Zayn Kassam, Rebecca Y. Kim, Daniel A. Rodriguez, Leopoldo A. Sanchez M., Jason Sexton, and Andrea Smith. The event is organized by Kirsteen Kim, Alexia Salvatierra, and Amos Yong.

 

Registration available in both Spanish & Korean below:

Para registrarse al evento en español, visite: Información de Registro

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October 26-30, 2020
Online
Online registration is required