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16904602_1245080895588788_5275067451856982160_o-pngI love being interviewed by Liam Miller. He is a wonderful, smart and interesting interviewer.

We talked about Racial Reconciliation, Climate Justice, Han, and Intercultural Ministry and much much more-

This is part of a series we are doing on Reconciliation, in quasi partnership with Duke Divinity School /Duke Divinity School Center for Reconciliation‘s “Summer Institute for Reconciliation”.

I am reposting from Liam Miller’s website. Please visit his site regularly for other interviews and blogs.

Grace Ji-Sun Kim – Reconciliation, Climate Justice, Han, & Intercultural Ministry

“Reconciliation is work that intersects with gender justice, climate justice, and racial justice” In this interview Liam sat down with Grace Ji-Sun Kim to talk about her involvement with the Duke Divinity School Summer Institute of Reconciliation.

We chat about reconciliation from a variety of angles: racial reconciliation (and some of the trap falls that can be encountered), climate justice and how the concept of Han can assist in how we advocate against the unjust suffering of the earth, Intercultural Ministry (and her new edited work on the topic), power imbalances in calls for and practices of reconciliation, and (less related, but still fascinating) what it’s like to write a book on the Spirit for the Homebrewed Christianity.

For an Audio Only File of the interview right click here to download.

Order Intercultural Ministry: Hope for a Changing World, Check out Grace’s website, and pre-order Grace’s Homebrewed Guide to the Spirit as part of the complete set here


downloadLiam Miller lives in Sydney, Australia and is married to a kind and talented woman named Heather. He works for the Uniting Church Chaplaincy at Macquarie University and is a Chaplain of Bedford College. He is currently studying a Masters of Divinity through Pilgrim Theological College (part of the University of Divinity).

His favourite people to read are James Cone, Elizabeth Johnson, John Caputo, and Michael Chabon. His favourite filmmakers to watch are Powell & Pressburger, Terrence Malick, Sophia Coppola, the Coen Brothers, and Hayao Miyazaki. And his favourite person to listen to is Tom Waits, who is head and shoulders above everyone else.