October 24, 2018
Bible House, 7 Armenian Street, Level 4, Morrison-Liang Room, Seminar Room 1 and 2, S179932
From geostrategic rivalries to the global emergence of mass populism and the fourth industrial revolution, we live in a world that is changing at a fast and unpredictable rate, with consequences society is only beginning to grapple with.
What does it mean to be a Christian in this age?
How can Christians understand and respond to the challenges that lie ahead of us?
Dr Joseph Liow, dean of both the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, and the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Nanyang Technology University, will be conducting this talk as part of the ETHOS annual lecture series. Dr Liow’s research interests includes Muslim politics, social movements in Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific geopolitics.
Date: Wednesday, October 24, 2018, 7.30pm-9pm
About ETHOS Institute for Public Christianity:
ETHOS Institute for Public Christianity seeks to serve the Church and society by engaging contemporary issues and trends from the Christian perspective. It was formed by the National Council of Churches of Singapore, Trinity Theological College and The Bible Society of Singapore in 2014.