Bo Sanders, grace ji-sun kim, Joseph Cheah, marginality, psy, racism, sexism, Theological Reflections on Gangnam Style, Tripp Fuller
So excited to be interviewed for “Homebrewed Christianity” about my new co-written book with Joseph Cheah, “Theological Reflections on Gangnam Style”.
I am reposting the podcast from the Homebrewed Christianity Website. Click here for the original post.
This week we have a theological examination of a cultural phenomenon.
Theological Reflections on “Gangnam Style”: A Racial, Sexual, and Cultural Critique by Joseph Cheah – Associate Professor of Comparative Theology,University of Saint Joseph and Grace Ji-Sun Kim – Visiting Researcher,Georgetown University
We are excited to have Grace Ji-Sun Kim on again (you can hear her first visit here) and we look forward to her contribution to the Fortress Press’ ‘Theology For The People’ series next year.
We are thrilled to have the Wesley Theological Seminary’s DMin program sponsoring the podcast. Head on over to this Washington DC institution of theological learning to hear more about getting your learn on.
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[Also watch BRC and Friends youtube video of our book interview.]