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Dr. Leung Lai returned from her sabbatical in May after two and a half months as a "reader" at Tyndale House at the University of Cambridge. She published her 2011 Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) presentation, “Word Becoming Flesh [On Appropriation]: Engaging Daniel as a Survival Manual” as a chapter in Global Voices: Reading the Bible in the Majority World.

 
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Dr. Livingston spoke at the Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church Young Adults Retreat, on Luke 15 as well as the Presbytery of Oak Ridges Autumn Conference “On Celebrating Advent” and was a participant in the Revitalization Movement Consultation at Tyndale Seminary, in collaboration with Asbury Theological Seminary. Dr.

 
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This year Professor Geortz’s chapter, “A Missed Opportunity: Central-Canadian Baptists and the Forward Movement, 1919-1920”, was published in Gordon Heath and Paul R. Wilson (ed.), Baptists and Public Life in Canada, McMaster Divinity College General Series 2. In April and May he served as interim pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Toronto.

 
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In the fall 2012 Joanne Williams was involved in teaching curriculum pedagogy to primary and secondary English teachers in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). The English training took place in the country’s capital city of Pyongyang at the Pyongyang Computer and English Refreshment Center (PCERC).

 
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On June 21, 2012, Dr. Hutchinson was qualified as a Gang Expert/Expert on Toronto Street Level Youth Gangs at the Superior Court of Justice, Ontario level by The Honourable Mr. Justice Eugene G. Ewaschuk. There are very few Canadian Court-Qualified Gang Experts who are not law enforcement officers. Dr. Hutchinson’s unique experience and expertise is frequently called upon by the Toronto media...

 
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