New wine in new wineskins:
Exploring Christianity’s Identity and Agency in the Daily Life of Global South Christian Communities
Dr. Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi
Lewinsville welcomes Dr. Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi, the Frederick E. Roach Professor of World Christianity in Baylor University’s department of religion. An interdisciplinary scholar and historian in the fields of world Christianity and mission studies, Dr. Cardoza researches interpretations of the Christian movement around the world on both institutional and popular levels, the socio-cultural interplay between Christians and other faiths and more.
“And no one puts new wine into old wineskins;
otherwise the new wine will burst the skins and will be spilled,
and the skins will be destroyed.
But new wine must be put into fresh wineskins.” — Luke 5:37-38
Because of planning complications due to the pandemic, this year’s Lenten study will be a mix of recordings and live interaction with the speaker over ZOOM. The schedule is below:
- SUNDAY, MARCH 6 at 9:30 a.m.
- FIRST RECORDED LECTURE: The New Wine: What is “New” about Christianity in the Global South? from the Essay Reflecting on Pentecost in the United States in Light of World Christianities provided below.
- This essay will introduce some of the characteristics of World Christianity. CLICK HERE to VIEW/DOWNLOAD
- SUNDAY, MARCH 6 at 6:00 p.m.
- SECOND RECORDED LECTURE: Would you like to taste the new Wine? Christianity and the Daily-Life Relationship with Mystery
- MONDAY, MARCH 7 at 7:30 p.m.
- THIRD RECORDED LECTURE: Should we keep this wine in our winery? An Invitation to Re-Discover Mystery from World Christianity Christians to Global Christianity Christians
Look for the Zoom link in the Thursday Updates, February 24th and March 3rd.