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Friday, April 22, 2022

Invitation to the 7th Annual Logos International Forum!

Dear SSRA's Friends,

The world of 2022 continues to surprise us.

Join this half-day online conference to explore how we could use our education and career to make a difference for such a time as this. 


7th Annual Logos International Forum

"Serving Our Generation in Changing Times 萬變世代,不變使命"

Sat. 9:30am-1pm, 14th May 

FREE registration 


[Exploring the Fundamental Questions]

  • Science & Religion - exploring fundamental questions 
    • "The Surprising Things That Models Don't Tell Us" - Dr. Mike Brownnutt, Faith and Science Collaborative Research Forum of HKU
    • "The Origin of Humanity & Evolution: Science & Scripture in Conversation" - Dr. Andrew Loke & Rev. Vincent Chan of HKBU


Language: English   Free registration: Here 

 

We look forward to seeing you online!


The LIF2022 Committee together with co-organizers

CSCS of HKBU, FaSCoRe of HKU, HKPES and SSRA





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Saturday, January 2, 2021

SSRA gets launched

 

The Society for Science and Religion in Asia (“SSRA”) is a non-governmental, independent academic organization registered in Hong Kong. It is formed by a voluntary group of academics across Asia who share an extensive background in studying the relationship between Science and Religion. It is established for the following purposes

(1)  To develop academic research on issues related to Science and Religion, motivate academic exchange activities among universities in Asia, and collaborate on academic projects such as the editing and publication of academic books and periodicals;

(2)  To develop partnership and cooperation with other academic and religious organizations;

(3)  To promote the education of the public

(4)  To discover and develop potential talents through mentoring and training activities.

 

We plan to carry out the following activities

(1)    Organize summer schools in universities around Asia.  

(2)    Organize international conferences

(3)    Organize publication seminars for postgraduate students taught by well-published scholars 

(4)    Organize public lectures, podcasts and video interviews.

(5)    Collaborate on research writing projects

 

Membership is free. If you would like to become a member and take part in our activities either as a speaker, presenter of papers, participant in discussion, collaborator in publication projects, or just being a member of the audience at our events, please fill up the form below and email our treasurer vincentchan@hkbu.edu.hk , and we will include you in our mailing list for our future activities.

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Best wishes,

A/Prof Andrew Loke (Vice President), HK Baptist University, for the Executive Committee

A/Prof Chan Man Ho (President), Education University of HK (Hong Kong)

Prof Kwan Kai Man (Secretary), HK Baptist University (Hong Kong)

Mr Vincent Chan (Treasurer), HK Baptist University (Hong Kong)

Prof Liu Xiaoting, Beijing Normal University (China)
Dr Mike Brownnutt, University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)


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