Language and Mission in Oriental Christianity - Dr Ralph Lee

tue12oct2:00 pmtue3:30 pmLanguage and Mission in Oriental Christianity - Dr Ralph Lee

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Dr Ralph Lee is an associate faculty member for Orthodox Mission, and his research focuses on understanding primarily Oriental Orthodox Christian traditions, especially in Ethiopia. He also supervises doctorates within the Cambridge Theological Federation, especially at the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies. He is a member of the board of the Lausanne Orthodox Initiative, and a representative of the Navigators UK, focussing on disciple-making in Orthodox contexts, and on ministry to young academics and professionals. Ralph and his wife, Sarah, lived and worked in Ethiopia for 16 years, where he taught chemical engineering and later theology. Ralph received his PhD from SOAS University of London in Symbolic Interpretations in Ethiopic and Early Syriac Literature, and also holds a PhD from University of Strathclyde on Ethiopia: The Environmental Implications of Industrial Technology. In 2014, he was awarded an MBE for services to the British and Commonwealth community in Ethiopia.



12 October 2021 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm(GMT+01:00)