"Answering The Call: Mission In Time Of Terror" (May 30-June 1, 2018)
In recent years, missionaries, faith-based development workers, and Churches around the world are experiencing an escalating threat of violence from various terrorist groups. Some are targeted, not for their faith but because they are easy targets. Religious extremism (e.g. ISIL, Abu-sayyaf, Christian militias, etc.) that emerged in the 21st century has challenged Churches, theologians and missiologists to revisit Christian’s understanding of mission.
Through keynote presentations and group discussion after each speaker, this conference will provide opportunities to deepen our understanding of Christian mission, inter-religious relations, the patterns of religious extremism and the nature and scope of our moral responses to them.
Submission Details: December 15, 2017.
For complete details see this accompanying document.
"Exploring the Relationship of Religion, Culture and Peace in Christian Higher Education"
The 2017 ACUCA Management Conference was held on October 18-22 at Payap University, Chiang Mai, Thailand. The theme of the conference was “Exploring the Relationship of Religion, Culture and Peace in Christian Higher Education.” 60 participants joined the 3-day conference. The keynote speaker was Dr. Suchart Setthamlinee Ph.D., Chair, Department of Peace studies at Payap University.
For more details including photos, conference report and keynote speech visit: http://www.acuca.net/management-conference/2017-conference/
The ACUCA Executive Committee held its second meeting of 2017 at Payap University in Chiang Mai, Thailand on October 19. Assistant Professor Dr. Somporn Wongdee as President of ACUCA, welcomed the ACUCA Executive Committee to Chiang Mai.
The ACUCA Management Conference is a biennial event that brings together representatives of ACUCA member institutions for a more comprehensive discussion of a single theme. For this year, the theme of the conference is "Exploring the Relationship of Religion, Culture, and Peace in Christian Higher Education." The conference will take place on the campus of Payap University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, during the period 19-21 October, 2017.
In order to provide a more insightful and robust discussion of issues related to the theme of this year’s Management Conference, we invite participants to submit research and/or reflection papers related to the conference theme of exploring the relationship of religion, culture, and peace in Christian higher education. Papers will not be peer-reviewed, but proceedings of the conference will be published and the proceedings will have an ISBN number.
For more details visit: https://event.payap.ac.th/news-2
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The ACUCA Management Conference will take place on the campus of Payap University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, during the period 19-21 October, 2017.
Details about the conference and how to register are available at http://www.acuca.net/management-conference/
The ACUCA Management Conference is a biennial event that brings together representatives of ACUCA member institutions for a more comprehensive discussion of a single theme. For the ACUCA Management Conference 2017, the theme is "Exploring the Relationship of Religion, Culture, and Peace in Christian Higher Education."
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