Stott-Bediako Forum on the Gospel and the World Today: Christian Responses to Religious Extremism

Amman, Jordan

8-10 July, 2015

Dear friend of INFEMIT and OCMS,

On behalf of INFEMIT and OCMS, we would like to encourage you to join scholars and
practitioners from the Middle East and around the world for the Stott-Bediako Forum on Christian
Responses to Religious Extremism, which will be held in Amman, Jordan between 8-10 July, 2015.

The Stott-Bediako forum is an annual gathering of scholars and practitioners who are committed to
addressing the realities of the contemporary world in light of the Gospel. As its name suggests, the
forum follows in the footprints of John W.R. Stott and Kwame Bediako – Christian leaders who have
had a lasting impact on generations of Christian believers worldwide, particularly as they insisted on
the relevance of the Gospel for the world today. Both Stott and Bediako promoted a holistic
understanding of mission and highlighted the importance of constructive engagements of Christianity
and culture – preoccupations that are at the very heart INFEMIT and OCMS, the conveners of this
forum. Continue reading “Stott-Bediako Forum on the Gospel and the World Today: Christian Responses to Religious Extremism”


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