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Register Now for Crossing Cultures, Pre-Convocation & More!
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Knox College is offering new courses and workshops this Winter and Spring through its Centre for Asian-Canadian Theology and Ministry, the Ewart Centre and Continuing Education.

Mark your calendars now and join us for interesting discussions and insights on ministry.


Immigrant Mental Health and Korean Immigrant Church Ministry

Featuring Prof. Samuel Noh of the University of Toronto.
March 28, 2011 from 1:30-6:30p.m.

Information & Registration…


Ewart Centre for Lay Education – Mini-Series

Spirituality and the Media
The Message: Spirituality of the Media
Featuring Andrew Faiz, Managing Editor of the Presbyterian Record.
Begins April 4, 2011.

Information & Registration…


Pre-Convocation Workshop

Politics and the Church
Led by Dr. Reinerio Arce Valentin, Rector of the Seminario Evangelico de Teologia (SET) at Matanza
Wednesday, May 11th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Information & Registration…


Crossing Cultures VII

The Church in Transition: Moving Beyond a Mono-Cultural Church
Monday, May 16 from 1:00-6:30p.m.

Information & Registration…

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Celebrate 400 Years of the King James Bible

Join us as we explore the history of one of the most influential books in the English-speaking world!

Thursday, April 28 – 5:00-7:30 PM

From Scrolls to Scriptures: The Curious Story of the English Bible with Dr. Brian Irwin

The King James Version of the Bible has dominated the Christian world for the past 400 years, but it was not the first Bible to be translated into English. Join Professor Brian Irwin as we uncover how the rise and fall of empires and a church in turmoil influenced translation and resulted in the English Bibles that we read today.

Thursday, MAY 26 -5:00-7:30 PM

Plotting and Piety: The Tumultuous World of King James I & VI with The Rev. Dr. Stuart Macdonald

King James faced tumultuous times in both his Kingdoms. Religious change had been dramatic, and religious factions in each of the nations he ruled sought differing visions of what the church should be. In Scotland, Presbyterians sought to create a godly society ruled according to the scriptures. In England, the church was divided between those who were content with the reforms which had already been enacted, and those who wished to purify the church. How was King James, who believed God had entrusted him with the responsibilities of crown and church, to bring peace?

Cost of each lecture: $25 Regular, $15 Students

Each presentation is followed by a viewing of the most significant collection of
English Bibles ever assembled in Canada.

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