East Meets West Via The Henry Center

This past week, The Henry Center, under the direction of Doug Sweeney and Owen Strachan, hosted an international conference in Hong Kong, China, covering topics of Christian identity in diverse situations. A number of faculty from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, along with scholars from Westmont College, Beeson Divinity School, Christar in India, Alliance Bible Seminary of China, Evangel Seminary in Hong Kong, and China Graduate School of Theology, participated in this conference. Strachan, in his introductory post, shares his initial thoughts, stating:

We are really excited by this conference, as it’s not common for Christians from East and West to gather together for such meaningful and productive fellowship. This is a very unique part of the privilege it is to labor for Christ in a world of increasing connection.

Owen has provided his own “Hong Kong Travelogue”–a series of blogposts covering the conference–which are listed below.

1. Hong Kong Travelogue, Day One: Discovery and Jetlag

2. Hong Kong Travelogue, Day Two: The Resort Seminary and Chow Yun-Fat’s House

3. Henry Center Travelogue, Day Three: Evangelical Identity and Ringo Starr

4. Henry Center Travelogue, Day Four: Holy War and Theological Education (Separately Considered)

5. Henry Center Travelogue, Day Five: Final Thoughts

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