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Annual Dinners 2018

"China needs good Christian Scholarship as scholars and pastors read the Bible culturally, and read culture Biblically"

Dr K.K. Yeo, What Has Jerusalem to Do with Beijing?; 2018

This year we will be joined by Dr K. K Yeo (PhD, Northwestern University), professor, leading educator and theologian.

K. K. Yeo is a Chinese scholar born in Borneo, educated in the U.S., and currently teaching in Chicago, Beijing, and Jerusalem.

K.K. has extensively published in comparative classical studies, and is a member of the prestigious Society of New Testament Studies. He has authored and edited more than 40 books in both English and Chinese on cross-cultural hermeneutics, Christian spirituality and global Christianity.

K.K. leads students in a dialogue between cultures of antiquity and modern times. The research institute that K.K. leads bridges the gap between the church and the academy, between laity and scholars, between the Bible and other texts.

We hope that you will be able to join us at the venue nearest to you for an insightful and rare opportunity to learn more about the Church in China.


All dinners commence at 6:45pm for 7pm. 
The cost is $65 per person or $60 per person for groups of 6 or more.

NB. The Canberra event will commence at 7:30pm for a light supper. Cost is $25pp.


Please RSVP for all events by Monday 1st October.


See below for details.