Alexis read my books and interviewed me this past January for her article in Horizons. She did a fabulous job of capturing my theological writing (Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit) and work on climate justice. Alexis covers my involvement with the World Council of Churches, COP and eco-justice. Thank you so much Alexis! Continue reading
I wrote an article for Sojourner’s Magazine (December 2015) entitled, “Strangers in a Strange Land: The God of the Bible often works through “outsider” women.”
This piece was inspired from my book, Embracing the Other (Eerdmans).
Here is the link to the full article. Below is an excerpt of my article.
Postcolonial Roundtable Discussion of Grace Ji-Sun Kim’s Embracing the Other: The Transformative Spirit of Love (Eerdmans 2015). Prophetic Christianity Book series coeditors: Peter Heltzel, Malinda Elizabeth Berry & Bruce Benson.
Saturday November 21st from 7:00-8:30 pm in the Marriott Marquis-M108 (Marquis Level), Atlanta, GA.
AAR 2015, the Women of Color Scholarship, Teaching, and Activism Group will have 2 interesting sessions. Please come by and also stay for our Business Meeting.
AAR is in Atlanta, GA this year.
My latest Huffington Post, “No One Deserves Abuse” for the Huffington Post.
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Growing up Asian American, I recognized that obedience was important. As a child, I was instilled with the understanding that I was to obey my parents and my elders. It was important to my parents that I know and practice this; it was drilled into me every time I went to the Korean Presbyterian church and to my Korean language school. They all told that me I had to obey. Continue reading
I presented a paper based on my recent book, Embracing the Other, at Subverting the Norm III Conference at Drury University in Springfield, Missouri.
SUBVERTING THE NORM is a three-day event that brings together pastors, theologians, philosophers, church practitioners, researchers in religion and all those interested in exploring the relationship Continue reading