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The trip was last minute and I was very glad to be going. We spent three days on the cruise ship to get to Bermuda, three days in Bermuda, and two more days to go back home. I went with only my mom, Josh, and my cousins’ family because my dad and Theo had plans. I missed them a lot throughout the trip but I still enjoyed the week. Continue reading
Contemporary Presbyterians don’t think much about the Puritans. The caricatures are negative. Puritans are prudes, legalistic, killjoys. The famous sentiment of H.L. Continue reading
I was interviewed by co-host, the Rev. Carol Howard Merritt for “God Complex Radio”. She is the author of Tribal Church: Ministering to the Missing Generation and Reframing Hope: Vital Ministry in a New Generation. She is a strong leader and voice on “how to engage with the changing nature of the church and culture.”
This is my new Huffington Post on Psy’s new song “Hangover”.
Psy‘s “Gangnam Style” took the world by storm two years ago. His song broke the Guinness World Record to become the first video to reach a billion views. Soon his song and dance style became a global phenomenon. People viewed his videos, parodied his act, and imitated his dance. His Continue reading
Dr. Joseph Cheah and my new book, Theological Reflection on “Gangnam Style” will be released July 17, 2014.
This new book is the first one in the book series, “Asian Christianity in the Diaspora“(Palgrave Macmillan) for which Joseph Cheah and I are both serve as co-editors. Special thanks to our editor Burke Gerstenschlager for his guidance, trust and encouragement.
My new book, Theological Reflections on “Gangnam Style”: A Racial, Sexual and Cultural Critique (Palgrave Macmillan) co-written with Joseph Cheah is now available for pre-order on Amazon.
This new book is the first one in the book series, “Asian Christianity in the Diaspora“(Palgrave Macmillan) for which Joseph Cheah and I are both serve as co-editors. Special thanks to our editor Burke Gerstenschlager for his guidance, trust and encouragement. Continue reading