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Konferencja Religious Plurality and Religious Identity - 24 II 2017 r.

International Association of Catholic Missiologists, Missio Aachen, Katedra Misjologii UKSW, Stowarzyszenie Misjologów Polskich serdecznie zapraszają na Międzynarodową Konferencję "Religious Plurality and Religious Identity" dnia 24 lutego 2017 r. 

UKSW, ul. Dewajtis 5, Warszawa

sala 223 (łącznik)

Plan ramowy:

9.00 – 11.00        Session I (through Skype)

  1. Australian perspective on Religious Plurality and Religious Identity / Prof. Austin Cooper, Catholic Theological College, University of Divinity, Melbourne, Australia
  2. Filipino perspective on Religious Plurality and Religious Identity / Dr. Andrew Reception, Philippines
  3. Sri Lankan perspective on Religious Plurality and Religious Identity / Fr. Claude Perera & dr. W. Amarakirthi Liyanage, Department of Sinhala, Faculty of Arts, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
  4. Indian perspective on Religious Plurality and Religious Identity / Swami Joseph A. Samarakone, India 
  5. Thai perspective on Religious Plurality and Religious Identity / Fr. Claudio Bertuccio, Thailand 

               coffee break

11.30 – 13.00     Session II

  1. Georgian perspective on Religious Plurality and Religious Identity / Dr. Vaza Vardidze, Rector of Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani Teaching University, Tbilisi, Georgia 
  2. Religious Identity in the post-Cold War era: Islamic Revivalism and Christian Mission / Dr. Frans Wijsen, Nijmegen, The Nederland
  3. Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World. The reception of the document in Germany and its interreligious challenges/ Dr. Stefan Voges, Missio, Aachen, Germany
  4. Genesis of the document `Christian Witness in a multireligious World’ / Prof. Dr. Klaus Vellguth, Missio, Aachen, Germany
  5. Confessional Education - a bridge between Churches and Religions. The Transylvanian case / Prof. Cristian Sonea, Orthodox Theology, Cluj, Romania

              lunch

14.00 – 15.30     Session III

  1. Mission as crosscultural Evangelization. The mission between universal communication and particular identities / Prof. Gianni Colzani), Pontificia Università Urbaniana, Facoltà di Scienze della Missione, Italy
  2. Inculturation of Christianity. The idea and modern context / Dr. Zbigniew Paszta, ChAT, Warsaw, Poland
  3. Religious Identity of youth volunteers in the sanctuary of Lourdes / Prof. Piotr Piasecki, UAM, Poznań, Poland
  4. Economic dimension of religious plurality / Prof. Krzysztof Kietliński, UKSW Warsaw, Poland
  5. Pagan and Christian religious identity in Late Antiquity / Prof. Tomasz Stępień, UKSW Warsaw, Poland

               coffee break

16.00-17.30       Session IV / summary 

  1. General Chapter as a tool to give directions to the multicultural religious Congregation / Prof. Wojciech Kluj, UKSW Warsaw, Poland
  2. Religious Plurality and Religious Identity from the perspective of northern Cameroon/ Prof. Jarosław Różański, UKSW Warsaw, Poland
  3. Between Religious Identity of a missionary and his/her work / Prof. Tomasz Szyszka, UKSW Warsaw, Poland
  4. Nigerian perspective on religious plurality and Identity / M.A. Lic. Useni Aboreng, Doctoral student in UKSW Warsaw, Poland
  5. Religious Identity and Religious Plurality. A view from Belarus / M.A. Lic Sergiey Anoszko, Doctoral Student in UKSW, Warsaw, Poland