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5th Annual Scarboro Missions Lecture: "Microaggressions and Racial Subtleties in the Story of Joseph and Potiphar's Wife (Gen. 39; Sarah 12): Resonances and Applications in a Contemporary Racial Climate"

01/23/2023 11:00 AM | Fiona Li

The Msgr. John Mary Fraser Centre for Practical Theology at Regis-St. Michael's Faculty of Theology in the University of Toronto will be having its 5th Annual Scarboro Missions Lecture on Thursday February 9, 2023 (7:30-9 PM).

This year's presenter is Prof. Cyril Orji (University of Dayton), and his lecture is entitled: "Microaggressions and Racial Subtleties in the Story of Joseph and Potiphar's Wife (Gen. 39; Sarah 12): Resonances and Applications in a Contemporary Racial Climate."

This is a hybrid event; please indicate whether you will join the event "in-person" or "online" on the registration form. For more information and to register, please visit our website: https://frasercentre.ca/event/scarboro-missions-lecture-2023/

We hope to see you all then!

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