Videos from Honor-Shame Conference

The School of Theology at Singapore Bible College recently hosted a symposium, “Contextual Issues of Honor & Shame in Spiritual Formation.” The lectures from this 3-day event are available to watch via YouTube. Every presentation was outstanding and continues to move the global honor-shame conversation forward in important ways. Below is the schedule of the presentations with links.


Day 1 (Sept 11) 

  • IntroductionBishop Hwa Yung, Methodist Church of Malaysia
  • Contextualization: Current State in Southeast AsiaJustin Joon Lee, Singapore Bible College
  • A Ritual of Honour and Spiritual Formation: A Cambodian Case StudyClaire Chong, Singapore Center for Global Missions

Day 2 (Sept 12)

  • The Global Honor-Shame Conversation: Current Challenges and a Way ForwardChristopher Flanders, Abilene Christian University
  • The Old Testament and Honor-Shame Cultural Norms in an Era of #Metoo and #ChurchtooJerry Hwang, Trinity Christian College (Palos Heights, Illinois, USA)
  • Exploring Spiritual Formation in Discipleship through the Lens of Honor & Shame in the Gospel of MarkNarry Santos, Tyndale University, Toronto

Day 3 (Sept 13)

  •  The Dynamic Dimensions of Honor-ShameSamuel K Law, Singapore Bible College (Principal Investigator)
  • Honour, Shame, and Leadership: A Case StudyKiem-Kiok Kwa, Biblical Graduate School of Theology
  • Honor & Shame: A Decolonial PerspectiveRei Lemuel Crizaldo, WEA Theology Commission, Philippines
  • Towards Honor-Shame as a Social Guide in Spiritual Formation and Development in African ChristianityKenosi Molato, Botswana, University of South Africa


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