Friday, November 1 • 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Poster 1: Pedagogy of Reconciliation and Renewal

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Pedagogy of Reconciliation and Renewal for Ethnic, Immigrant Communities in North America: Biblical Hermeneutics as an Educational model to Address Generational, Cultural, and Theological Divides in the Diaspora
Sarah Han (Knox College of the University of Toronto)

This poster presentation will propose pedagogy of reconciliation and renewal for immigrant communities in North America. Even within one ethnic faith community there exist cultural, generational, and theological divides. A dialogical pedagogy that focuses on a model of Biblical hermeneutics and invites individuals into the common ground of scripture can create a space where differences can be mutually embraced and evolved. The renewed, united ethnic community – with its clear voice and identity that is founded upon scripture – can then engage in public theology in the diaspora and beyond.

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Sarah Han

Doctorate Student, Knox College, Toronto School of Theology

Friday November 1, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Trillium Foyer Holiday Inn, Toronto International Airport, 970 Dixon Road, Rexdale
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