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Chris Hancock
Cost: Free
Course Dates: March 15

Christianity and Confucianism: Culture, Faith and Politics

  • Monday, March 15, 12:00 pm EST
  • Online
  • Register by Sunday, March 14

Christianity and Confucianism: Culture, Faith and Politics analyzes 2000 years of cultural, political, and religious interaction between China and the West. As the world responds to China’s rise and China positions herself for global engagement, this major new study reawakens and revises an ancient conversation. As a generous introduction to biblical Christianity and the Confucian Classics, Christianity and Confucianism tells a remarkable story of mutual formation and cultural indebtedness.

Christopher Hancock will discuss his recently published book during this livestream event, followed by a response from Dr. Wright Doyle. Dr. Doyle is director of Global China Center, editor of Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Christianity, and co-editor of Studies in Chinese Christianity. There will also be a time for Q&A following the response. Participants will receive a discount code for 35% off for ordering the book.


How to Participate

Professor Christopher Hancock will join us live from England. Instructions for accessing the online event will be provided in advance to those who register.


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Professor Christopher Hancock is the Founding Director of Oxford House Research Ltd. Historically a theologian, who taught at Cambridge and in the USA, his work has focused in the last twenty years on culture, ethics, and religion in contemporary geopolitics. As an Asia specialist, he was Dean of Bradford Cathedral and helped launch the new China Centre at King’s College, London. Having taught around the world and published across a wide range of disciplines, he is currently a Visiting Professor at St. Mary’s University, Twickenham.

His book Christianity and Confucianism: Culture, Faith and Politics was published by Bloomsbury in December 2020.

 

Questions or more information: Contact Falyn Powers (FPowers@StAndrews.Church or 843.284.4316)