Webinar— “Guilt–Shame–Fear”: Assessing the Cultural Model

Free Zoom Webinar: “Guilt–Shame–Fear: Assessing the Cultural Model,” by Jayson Georges

Wednesday, April 22 at 1:00 PM Eastern Time

The paradigm of guilt, shame, and fear cultures has become a popular topic in mission conversations. The presenter Jayson Georges published The 3D Gospel and TheCultureTest.com in 2014, and now reflects on the cultural paradigm. This free webinar explores the strengths and weaknesses, uses and abuses, as well as history and future of this threefold cultural model. Where does the concept come from? How do the three cultural types relate and interact? What about critiques of oversimplification? Should there be a 4th cultural model? We’ll discuss these issues and more. The webinar will be 30-40 minutes in length.

Register in Advance

For security reasons, you must register in advance for the webinar, using your name and email, at this address: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gLoQ1XFmSVeZdkycf38Zog

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar, either in your web browser or the Zoom App. 

Previous Webinar: “Honor and Shame in Romans,” by Jackson Wu.

Over 200 people joined last week’s webinar. Because we had issues with sound quality, Jackson Wu re-recorded the entire webinar, with slideshow images and clear sound. You can view and download the webinar video here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7u9mj4xdrr2zun2/Honor%20and%20Shame%20in%20Romans%20%28Webinar%2C%2015%20April%202020%29%20.mp4?dl=0. This is a great biblical examination of honor and shame, with an emphasis on the ethical and communal applications in Romans 9-16.    


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2 Comments on “Webinar— “Guilt–Shame–Fear”: Assessing the Cultural Model

  1. The seminar is at 2am in Japan where I live, so will be hard to attend. I liked the Romans 12 seminar, which I watched just now. I hope the next seminar will also be available for offline viewing.

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