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School of Theology Public Seminar – Vinoth Ramachandra – Engaging the University

VR-PhotoVinoth Ramachandra – Engaging the University

Vinoth Ramachandra was born in Sri Lanka and holds Bachelor and Doctoral degrees in nuclear engineering from the University of London. He is currently the Secretary for Dialogue and Social Engagement, International Fellowship of Evangelical Students. His work includes promoting a dialogical and integral Christian engagement with the university in various parts of the world, as well as helping Christian graduates engage theologically with the social, ideological and political challenges they face in their national contexts. He has been involved for many years with the civil rights movement in Sri Lanka, as well as with the global Micah Network and A Rocha (a world-wide biodiversity conservation organization). His books include The Message of Mission (2003), Subverting Global Myths: Theology and the Public Issues that Shape Our World (2008) and Church and Mission in the New Asia (2009).

Tuesday 30 July 2013, 6.30-8.30pm
Room 202, Arts 1, Building 206, 14a Symonds Street

Email: theology@auckland.ac.nz

In association with TSCF.

PDF poster – Public Seminar – Vinoth Ramachandra

2 Comments

  1. brilliant person to have on, not much notice to get organised! sorry to miss it. hope it goes well tonight.

  2. stepheng

    Thanks. I’m hoping it goes well too.

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