Date(s) - July 21, 2021
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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This pre-recorded video event will be available on this page starting at 7pm Pacific Time. Please check back at that time for a link to the video.
One of the highlights of Regent Summer Programs is our free Evening Public Lectures. This series always features a wide range of professors and topics, and this year is no exception. All lectures will be streamed online, so invite a friend and join us!
How is it that the life of an obscure African slave now reverberates across the world? Josephine Bakhita, a remarkable Sudanese slave-cum-saint, warrants careful consideration, especially given the scarcity of scholarly attention to women saints in general and to African saints in particular. While Bakhita may be viewed from various perspectives, this lecture will explore how her life illuminates certain dynamics of spirituality that transcend contexts and cultures, thereby offering universal appeal.
Diane Stinton is Associate Professor of Mission Studies and World Christianity and Dean of Students at Regent College. She has extensive experience in teaching and applied research in various contexts in Africa, as well as in supervising students within the global community at Regent.
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