Symposium on the Ethics of Evangelization and Conversion
Wednesday 16 September 2015, Leeds Trinity University (Conference Suite), 11.00am - 4.00pm
The aim of this symposium is to consider the document Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World, which was produced jointly by the Catholic Church, the World Council of Churches and the World Evangelical Alliance in 2011, and to probe further the ethical issues raised by evangelization and conversion with a view to proposing further research in this field.
Dr George Chryssides, York St John University
Dr Gavin Wakefield, Durham University
Prof. Sebastian C.H. Kim, York St John University
Revd Fr Patrick A. Smythe, Diocese of Leeds
Dr Ann Marie Mealey, Leeds Trinity University
Dr Suzanne Owen, Leeds Trinity University
There is no charge for this event but you must book if you wish to attend. Refreshments and lunch are available for purchase on campus. Or feel free to bring your own.
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Leeds Trinity University
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