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Missiology Lectures: “Honoring True Otherness in a Still-Antipluralist Culture” with Esther Meek

Missiology Lectures: “Honoring True Otherness in a Still-Antipluralist Culture” with Esther Meek

Missiology Lectures 2014
November 13–15

Newbigin's Gospel in a Pluralist Society was published 25 years ago. We will commemorate the anniversary of its release with reflections from several distinguished speakers on this seminal text.

Esther L. Meek
Professor of Philosophy at Geneva College in Western Pennsylvania, and Visiting Professor of Apologetics at Redeemer Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas

Esther Meek’s 2003 Longing to Know: The Philosophy of Knowledge for Ordinary People (Brazos) is a book for people considering Christianity who have questions about how we know anything at all. Her 2011 book, Loving to Know: Introducing Covenant Epistemology (Cascade), proposes the interpersonal covenantal relationship as the paradigm for all human knowing. A Little Manual for Knowing (Cascade, 2014) distills covenant epistemology into a how-to for any knowing venture in any field. Her website, www.longingtoknow.com, links to some of her other work, and to related resources for knowing

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