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“Interpreting Bible and Literature across Cultures” online registration opens!

To celebrate the 400th anniversary of King James Bible, SELBL will host a day conference entitled “Interpreting Bible and Literature across Cultures” on 8 October 2011 in Hong Kong to commemorate the beautiful translation of this Bible in English, a version from which common idioms in English are originated, and one that deeply influences the literary world.

Seats are limited, please click http://www.chinesebible.org.hk/ministry/seminar/20111008/  

To reserve a seat for FREE now!

Please download the conference schedule below.

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Conference Schedule

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