I am so honored and grateful to be included in this new list by Englewood Review of Books on God’s Creation and God’s Redemption-Recommended Books.
I am increasingly convinced that in our polarized age, our most important convictions as Christians are God’s creation of all humanity and God’s redemption of all humanity.
I am excited to go to Korea to teach and participate in a conference at Hanshin Graduate School of Theology.
I will participate in “Doing Theology with Indigenous Peoples Spirituality”:
Asian Contribution to Theology of Creation and Wider Ecumenism”
Time: December 7-10, 2016
Venue: Hanshin Graduate School of Theology, Seoul Korea
(159 Insubong-ro, Kangbuk-ku Seoul Korea) Continue reading
I am excited about attending the COP22 meeting in Marrakesh, Morocco.
COP22 is an important meeting as we are faced with climate change and environmental crisis. Much needs to be done as religious groups and government bodies try to work towards climate justice. I am happy to be part of the World Council of Churches’ delegation to COP22. The World Council of Churches puts a high priority on the work of climate justice and creation care. Continue reading
My new Huffington Post co-authored with my son by Theodore Andrew Lee. So proud of his work, writing and interests. Feel free to share and/or comment.
We often use household products without ever thinking where they come from, how they are produced, and who produces them. We live in a comfortable world where we simply go to the grocery store and buy things we need without thinking twice about their production or how they landed on our grocery store shelves. Our thoughts do not go beyond how everything is accessible, useable and available for consumption. Continue reading
I am participating in the WCC’s Working Group on Climate Change in Wuppertal, Germany. This is my latest post for The Huffington Post.
A great tragedy of our present time and context is the act of “profiting from destroying the earth.” Individuals and large corporations are making billions from this ecological vandalism. We are constantly taking the earth’s finite resources without replenishing or restoring them. We are wasting and using up our water, causing pollutants to enter our environment, without thinking about the consequences our actions may have on the earth. Nothing seems able to stop this destruction as long as corporations make a profit and powerful people live comfortable lives. Continue reading
I spent one wonderful week in Minneapolis and St. Paul’s Minnesota in July 2013. What a great week of seeing old friends and meeting many new friends. I found some time to visit the Art Gallery, the Zoo, Minnehaha falls…..and also gave 2 lectures. It was a fabulous week.
I gave a talk “Han and the Transformative Spirit” at Bethel University, Minneapolis, MN. July 16, 2013. The talk was organized Continue reading