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15-17th October conference program CONFESSIONALITY AND UNIVERSITY IN THE MODERN WORLD 20th Anniversary of Károli University Welcome to the CONFESSIONALITY AND UNIVERSITY IN THE MODERN WORLD 20th Anniversary of Károli University conference! Károli University was founded by the General Assembly of the Reformed Church in Hungary in In establishing our University, the General Assembly remained true to the fundamental truths as revealed in the Scriptures, as well as to its heritage, and voted to continue these traditions for the benefit of our nation. Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary is proud of guaranteeing educational facilities for students and assisting in the development of their academic potential; following in the footsteps of many centuries of Reformed and Hungarian higher education. This conference is an opportunity to reflect upon the great achievements made in the field of academic programs in the past 20 years and take a look into the future opportunities. We hope you will find this program an inspirational and truly memorable event dedicated to the anniversary. TUESDAY, 15TH OCTOBER CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITIES PANEL Opening greetings 60 min. Rector of Károli University, Presiding Bishop of the Reformed Church in Hungary, Rectors of other church related universities Opening of the Christian Universities panel 15 min. Dr. Enikő Sepsi Dean of the Faculty of Humanities KRE, Hungary FIRST SESSION Chair: Prof. Dr. Tibor Fabiny Christian (Protestant and Catholic) Universities in North America: min. Past Present and Future Dr. Jeff Boumann Director of the Service-Learning Center Calvin College, USA The Rebirth of Protestant Universities in Eastern Europe min. After the Fall of Communism Dr. Perry Glanzer Professor Baylor University, USA LUNCH offered (break) 60 min SECOND SESSION Chair: Dr. Enikő Sepsi The Mission of IAPCHE International Association min. for Promoting Christian Higher Education Dr. Mwenda Ntarangwi Executive Director of IAPCHE Associate Professor of Anthropology, Calvin College, USA The Lithuanian Christian University: Its Foundation and Twenty Years min. Dr. Marlene Wall President LCC International University COFFEE BREAK 30 min THIRD SESSION Chair: Prof. Dr. Gyula Bakacsi The Sapientia University in Transylvania min. Emőd Farkas Office Director Sapientia Foundation Partium University in Transylvania min. Levente Székedi Vice-dean of Partium Christian University, Faculty of Human and Social Studies Reflections on Transylvanian Christian Universities min. Prof. Dr. Gyula Bakacsi Associate Professor Faculty of Business Administration Corvinus University of Budapest CONFERENCE DINNER WEDNESDAY, 16TH OCTOBER CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITIES PANEL FOURTH SESSION Chair: Prof. Dr. Péter Balla 9.00 Pázmány Péter Catholic University: Its Foundation and Twenty Years min. Prof. Dr. Mihály Kránitz Professor, Head of Department (Pázmány Péter Catholic University) 9.45 Károli Gáspár University: Its Foundation min. Dr. Attila Kálmán Former secretary of State The Faculty of Theology of KRE min. Prof. Dr. József Zsengellér Dean of the Faculty of Theology KRE, Hungary COFFEE BREAK 15 min FIFTH SESSION Chair: Dr. Marlene Wall The Faculty of Law of KRE min. Dr. Péter Antalóczy Dean of the Faculty of Law KRE, Hungary The Faculty of Humanities min. Dr. Enikő Sepsi Dean of the Faculty of Humanities KRE, Hungary The Theological Models of a Christian University min. (Community of Faith and a Community of Knowledge) Prof. Dr. Tibor Fabiny Director of the Institute of English Studies, Hermeneutical Research Centre, KRE, Hungary LUNCH offered 60 min. WEDNESDAY, 16TH OCTOBER CONFESSION AND NATION PANEL FIRST SESSION Chair: Prof. Dr. József Zsengellér Church and Education in Religious Education Schools min. Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Gottfried Adam Professor of church pedagogy University of Vienna National Identity and Confession in the Old Testament min. Dr. István Karasszon Professor, Director of the Old Testament Institute KRE, Hungary Confession and Nation in the Writings of Paul min. Dr. Viktor Kókai Nagy Adjunct, New Testament Institute Debrecen Reformed Church University COFFEE BREAK 15 min SECOND SESSION National and Congregational Identity in the Shadow of Dictatorship min. Réka Kiss Historian Researcher of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Hungarian Statement of Confession min. András Csűrös Doctoral Student, church historian KRE, Hungary Booklaunch: Buda Béla: Empátia Bagdy Emőke: Pszichofitness min. Introduction: Dr. Enikő Sepsi Dean of the Faculty of Humanities Pszichofitness: Dr. Erika Nyitrai Head of Department, Assistant Professor and Prof. Dr. Emőke Bagdy Professor Emerita Empátia: Dr. Piroska Komlósi Associate Professor and Dr. Zsuzsanna Mirnics Head of Department, Associate Professor THURSDAY, 17TH OCTOBER RELIGIOSITY AND PROTESTANTISM TODAY PANEL FIRST SESSION (Language: English) Chair: Dr. Károly Bozsonyi We are Calvinists min. Risks and Opportunities for Protestantism in the 21st Century Prof. Dr. Jan Peter Balkenende Religiosity in America min. Dr. John Brouwer Visiting Professor of KRE, Hungary 11:15 COFFEE BREAK 15 min Religions in the Netherlands, from a protestant-catholic min. controversy to pluralism in a secular context Dr. Harm G. Dane Policy Officer of the Protestant Church of the Netherlands 12:00 Focusing on recent trends of religiosity in Germany min. PD Dr. Hilke Rebenstorf LUNCH offered 60 min SECOND SESSION (Language: Hungarian) Chair: Dr. Márton Csanády Main trends of Hungarian Religiosity in European context min. Dr. Márton Csanády Director of Research and Communication, University College Professor Figures, Maps, Consequences: Spatial and Temporal Trends min. in Religiosity in the Light of Censuses from the Past Century Dr. Károly Bozsonyi Vice Rector of the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary and Dr. Lajos Bálint Social Researcher, Hungarian Central Statistical Office 15:00 Declining Religiosity among Hungarian Youth after the Turn min. of the Millennium: Main Trends and Possible Explanations Ádám Hámori Sociologist, College Assistant lecturer at KRE; PhD student at Corvinus University of Budapest and Dr. Gergely Rosta Sociologist, Research Fellow, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster 15:30 COFFEE BREAK 15 min. 15:45 The Society of Minor Hungarian Settlements in the Light min. of the 2011 Census Tamás Ragadics Assistant Lecturer, University of Pécs 16:15 Challenging Christian Identity in Central Europe min. Prof. Dr. András Máté-Tóth Professor and Head of Department, University of Szeged Analysis of the 2011 Hungarian Census Results on Religiosity min. Gábor Dániel Nagy Senior Lecturer, University of Szeged Conference event: 15-17th Oct Opening ceremony: 15th Oct. 2013, 10:00 Place: Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary, Faculty of Humanities, Celebration Hall (1088 Budapest, Reviczky str. 4., 1st floor)
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