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10 Wednesday Jun 2020
23 Monday Oct 2017
Michal Raucher and I as co-editors of Feminist Studies in Religion welcome 4 new board members: Maytha Alhassen, Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder, Alison L. Joseph, and Melissa Pagán! Read about their work in this post. Continue reading
16 Friday Jun 2017
A Feminist Studies in Religion Visioning Conference
June 18 – 21, 2017
21 Friday Mar 2014
I am so excited to be FiR co-editor with Dr. Kate Ott. Dr. Ott has been editor for many years and I am pleased to join her in this very important work. We have exciting plans for FSR. So please stay tuned. Follow us on twitter @FeminismInRelig and on Facebook.
I am reposting very interesting information from the Feminist Studies in Religion. Continue reading
26 Thursday Sep 2013
I am so pleased to be participating in another Wabash Blog Series. The first one was called, “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda”. This blog series is called, “Lecturing Less and Teaching More.” Check out all the different weekly posts by each blogger.
This series, moderated by Roger S. Nam, will begin September 24, 2013. Gene Gallagher, Karyn Wiseman, Bobby Williamson, Lea Schweitz, Israel Galindo, Kameron Carter, Eric Barreto, Wil Gafney, Kwok Pui-Lan, Greg Carey, Brooke Lester, Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Kate Blanchard, Monica Coleman, Lynn Neal, Deepak Sarma, and Roger Nam will provide blog entries to spark your imagination and perhaps fuel Continue reading
22 Tuesday Jan 2013
blog, Debra Mumford, Eric Barreto, grace ji-sun kim, Kate Blanchard, Kent Brintnall, Lisa Hess, reflections, regrets, Rob Muthiah, Roger S. Nam, teaching, Tony Finitsis, Wabash Center
Wanting to use social platforms to continue the conversations that facilitate excellence in teaching, the Wabash Center is launching its first blog on the first years as a theology or religion professor. The blog will run over the next eight weeks, with a new blog post every Tuesday by a recent alumnus of the Wabash Center pre-tenure Continue reading
28 Wednesday Nov 2012
Asian American Theology, blog, book, bruce reyes-chow, clergywomen, Erica Liu, feminist, Foreword, grace ji-sun kim, immigration, Luis Rivera-Pagan, making paper-cranes, mihee kim-kort, stories
I am very excited about a new upcoming book, Making Paper Cranes by Rev. Mihee Kim-Kort. I wrote a Foreword and an endorsement for this book which will be released next month.
“With this historical backdrop, Making Paper Cranes takes us on a theological journey that explores, reflects and contributes to Asian American Feminist Theology discourse through engaging literary, historical, and sociological sources. Most importantly, Kim-Kort writes from her heart as she finds herself in the statistics and dates of these literary, historical, and social narratives. Continue reading
23 Sunday Sep 2012
Posted Guest Blogsin
I am reposting Rev. Dr. Don McKim’s blog called, “The Name of Mercy” which was originally posted in Gathering Voices . “A while ago, I wrote on “Mercie” focusing on the seventeenth-century English theologian John Downame (1571-1652). God’s “mercie” is sure, since mercy is one of the attributes of God, expressing God’s nature and being.” (For the full blog click here).
Gathering Voices is a blog for pastors, church educators, professors, lay leaders, book buyers or just anyone who is interested in religion in the contemporary world.
Rev. Dr. Don McKim is executive editor for theology and reference at Westminister John Knox Press and editor of These Days. He is a Presbyterian minister who has been a seminary theology professor and a seminary academic dean. He is the editor or author of over thirty books, including The Westminster Dictionary of Theological Terms and Presbyterian Questions, Presbyterian Answers.