Automobile Hacking: The Downside of Self-Driving Cars

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car1Here is my latest cowritten Huffington Post with my son. It is about Automobile Hacking. Please comment and or share.

Automobile technology is evolving quickly. The features people take for granted today, such as automatic transmission, windshield wipers, airbags, cruise control, and backup Continue reading

Why Social Conditions Matter to the Pope

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This is my latest co-written piece with Rev. Jesse Jackson for The Huffington Post. It is about the Pope and Climate Change, called “Why Social Conditions Matter to the Pope”.  Feel free to leave comments on the Huffington Post page.

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Faithfully Feminist

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indexI endorsed a new book, Faithfully Feminist: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Women on Why They Stay (I SPEAK FOR MYSELF), edited by by Gina Messina-Dysert (Editor), Jennifer Zobair (Editor), Amy Levin (Editor).Paperback – August 11, 2015.

It is an exciting new book with significant stories and reflections which are important for all to read. Please check the website for more information.

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Racial Prejudice, Racism Intertwined with Baseball

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Support your team, loudly and passionately, to be sure. But do so in ways that do not demean, subordinate or disrespect others, Kim and Koenig write. (Image courtesy of meawpong3405/FreeDigitalPhotos.net)

Here is my latest cowritten piece, “Racial Prejudice, Racism Intertwined with Baseball” with Rev. Mark Koenig for EthicsDaily.com.

Check out more blogs, videos and interviews on EthicsDaily.com

 

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Identity, Youth, and Gender in the Korean American Church (Asian Christianity in the Diaspora)

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hongWe are excited to announce Dr. Christine Hong’s new book, Identity, Youth, and Gender in the Korean Amercian Church (Palgrave, 2015) is published and available for purchase. 

It is the second book in the Asian Christianity in the Diaspora book series in which Dr. Joseph Cheah and I are co-editors.

The first book in the series was Theological Reflections on “Gangnam Style” co-written by Cheah and myself. Continue reading

What Matters to the Heart: Pope Francis, Climate Change, and Sustainability

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popeMy latest co-written Huffington Post with Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. on the Pope and Climate Change.

 

His Holiness Pope Francis has become, in the two years since his election on March 13, 2013, the most highly respected religious leader in the world, adored by Catholics and non-Catholics alike. Pope Francis addresses and touches on issues that matter to us the most, issues that Continue reading

Social Media, Feminism and Public Writing (@the Table: “Feminism Online,” Part 2)

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fsrMy latest post for an FiR Roundtable called “Social Media, Feminism and Public Writing“. 

What counts as feminism on the internet? What happens when religion is brought into the conversation? And most importantly for the Feminism In Religion Forum (FiR), what does it mean to engage in this process with an academic lens? Continue reading

Chi and Sophia: Saving Creation and Each Other

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I attended the COP20 meeting in Peru as part of the World Council of Churches delegation.

One important climate change event was held at Universidad Antonio Ruiz de Montoya, in Lima Peru, where Dr. Jeffrey Sachs (director of the Earth Institute, Columbia University) was the plenary speaker.

At the University, I presented a paper, “Chi and Sophia: Saving Creation and Each Other.”   Continue reading

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