As part of our ongoing joint lecture series with China Academic Consortium (ERRChina) and the US-China Catholic Association (USCCA), China Academic Consortium will be hosting the autumn lecture on Saturday, November 11. Dr. Brad Vaughn (formerly known as Jackson Wu) will present the lecture, entitled “Salvation in a Chinese Context.”
Brad Vaughn holds a PhD from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and is the theologian in residence with Global Training Network. He previously lived and worked in East Asia for almost two decades, teaching theology and missiology for Chinese pastors. He serves on the Asian/Asian-American theology steering committee of the Evangelical Theological Society and is the author of Saving God’s Face, One Gospel for All Nations, Reading Romans with Eastern Eyes, Seeking God’s Face, and The Cross in Context. You can find his articles and resources at his blog, savinggodsface.com. He is also a regular contributor to ChinaSource.
Those of you in the Bay Area can attend the lecture in person at the First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley. If you can’t make it to the live lecture, register anyway and you’ll be sent a link to a recording.
Here are the details:
Saturday, November 11, 2023
First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley
2407 Dana St.
Berkeley, CA 94704
5–6 pm: light meal and fellowship
6–7:30 pm: lecture and Q&A
8 pm: Closing
Register by November 5—email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
A video link will be provided to registered guests unable to attend in person.
This event is being hosted by China Academic Consortium (ERRChina) and co-hosted by the United States-China Catholic Association (USCCA) and ChinaSource. We hope to see you there, either in person or online.
Joann Pittman is Vice President of Partnership and China Engagement and editor of ZGBriefs. Prior to joining ChinaSource, Joann spent 28 years working in China, as an English teacher, language student, program director, and cross-cultural trainer for organizations and businesses engaged in China. She has also taught Chinese at the University …View Full Bio
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