Lectures and Media

Director Lamin Sanneh was recently featured in an episode of The MacMillan Report.


On Monday 15 June, the fourth McDonald lecture, sponsored by the McDonald Agape Foundation, took place at St Mellitus College. Lamin Sanneh, Professor of Missions and World Christianity at Yale University, spoke on ‘The Future of African Christianity and its Relevance to the West’.

“The Future of African Christianity and Its Relevance to the west.” 


 

Stob Lectures 2012: Faith and Citizenship with Reference to Africa: A Comparative Inquiry
Part 1 of 2. from Calvin Seminary on Vimeo.


 

Interview for Summoned From the Margin: Homecoming of an African.

http://eerdword.com/2013/01/22/video-interview-with-lamin-sanneh/


 

Lamin Sanneh | The Significance of the Translation Principle


 

The 2009 Parchman Endowed Lecture series featuring Dr. Lamin Sanneh, The D. Willis James Professor of Missions and World Christianity and Professor of History at Yale University “Connecting World Christianity: New World Parameters”
 

Lecture 1: “Antislavery and Mission: American Prelude, 1770-1783”. (42:25)

Lecture 2: “Evangelical Movement and the New Society.” (46:59)

Lecture 3: “Christianity and the Moral Empire: America’s Role.” (44:18)


Director Lamin Sanneh was recently featured in an episode of The MacMillan Report