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The Role of Confucian and Christian Dialogue in

China Puzzle

Presenter: Diane Obenchain, Ph.D.

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Date:        November 22, 2020

 

Time:        4pm Pacific Standard Time

Location:  Online (link will be provided)

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The Role of Confucian and Christian Dialogue in the China Puzzle

Professor Diane Obenchain, an expert on Confucian tradition and director of the China Initiative at Fuller Seminary (in Pasadena, California), will speak on Confucian-Christian dialogue on November 22. Join us for this online event. 

 

Dr. Obenchain was one of the first Western professors to teach at Peking University, beginning in 1988, at the time when China was reopening to the West. Now she spearheads Fuller Seminary’s engagement with Nanjing Seminary, China’s one national Protestant seminary.

 

As a long-time China observer, and one with a keen eye, Dr. Obenchain will offer observations that are the fruit of many years of engagement with China. 

 

For American Academy of Religion (AAR) members: On Thursday, December 3 at 7:30 PM (Eastern Time), Dr. Obenchain will present a version of this talk as part of the AAR’s Annual Meeting, which will take place online this year from November 29 to December 10. 

 

Dr. Obenchain’s talk is organized by the China Academic Consortium (CAC) and co-sponsored by the US-China Catholic Association (USCCA) and ChinaSource. It is part of an ongoing series with these partners have launched.

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resources

Books on Confucian-Christian dialogue

Christ and the Dominions of Civilization

 

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Confucianism & Christianity

 

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