WATER (Women’s Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual) has invited me to participate in a Teleconference. The Teleconference will be on my third book, “Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit” Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 1 pm – 2 pm EDT. It is free but you must register (see below). All are welcome.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim’s theological interest is in the area of Constructive Theology, Feminist Theology, and Asian Theology. Her teaching and research center on giving a voice to the marginalized and Continue reading
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My friend and colleague, Dr. Steve Simmons introduced my book, Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit at the “Book Celebration” (May 1, 2013) at Moravian Theological Seminary. I really appreciate his insight and observation of my book.
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This is a repost of my latest column for Ethicsdaily.com.
Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Grace Ji-Sun Kim’s book “Colonialism, Han and the Transformative Spirit.”
We live in a global economy where we affect people in poor lands as directly as we affect the poor within our own country, and we are unaware of our culpability. Continue reading
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This is my third book. Each book was a struggle to write. In my struggle, this short book on globalization, ecology and sustainability has become very important to me. Now that this book will be released later this month, I am very excited about how it will contribute to such a growing literature of eco-justice and Spirit.
This is such a crucial topic for our time as it affects our livelihood, flourishing and our future existence on this planet earth. I hope that you will also be as passionate about taking care of each other and the earth. I hope to hear some feedback on my book from you all. Continue reading
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This is a repost of my blog on Feminist Studies in Religion.
Their words seem to flow out of their minds and land so beautifully on their laptop screens. They seem to write effortlessly with their words artistically captured and perfectly written on the pages their printers produce. Their ideas seem magically to appear, profoundly laid out before their eyes.
For some, writing is their passion and they are masters of it. But for the rest of us, writing is torturous. My experience of writing is painful, full of anxiety, and full of stress. For me, it is a forced task which comes with lots of mind-convincing tactics and promises to Continue reading
I am presenting a paper, “Colonialism, Ecology and Han” and responding to Dr. Sigurd Bergmann’s paper, “Whither does the wind blow?” at the Christian Faith and the Earth Conference in Capetown, S. Africa, August 6-10, 2012. There was a book launch for Dr. Ernst Conradie’s new book, Creation and Salvation: Vol 2 at the University of Western Cape, August 8, in which I wrote an essay, “Creative Word”.