Editor’s Note: Working Preacher published commentaries that correspond with the readings for Season of Creation 2021: Series B (The Word Series). A full listing of worship resources (including liturgies to accompany the readings) can be found online at http://seasonofcreation.com/worship-resources/readings/.Continue reading
Happy Earth Day 2018!
As we think about our earth and how we can live sustainably, feel free to reflect theologically what it means to be in “Planetary Solidarity”.
Below is an @Table for Feminist Studies in Religion Blog. I am resharing and reblogging it for Earth Day. Please do share it.
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I am thrilled that our new co-edited book, Planetary Solidarity: Global Women’s Voices on Christian Doctrine and Climate Justice (Fortress Press) with Dr. Hilda P. Koster will be released September 1, 2017.
Climate change is one of the most important issues of our time. As people of faith, we all need to work towards climate justice and gender justice.
My latest co-written Huffington Post with Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. on the Pope and Climate Change.
His Holiness Pope Francis has become, in the two years since his election on March 13, 2013, the most highly respected religious leader in the world, adored by Catholics and non-Catholics alike. Pope Francis addresses and touches on issues that matter to us the most, issues that 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
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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.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit Continue reading
This is my column for EthicsDaily.com to celebrate Earth Day (April 22, 2013).
Contrary to our personal belief, it appears that money has little effect on happiness. Rather, conspicuous Continue reading
To gear up for Earth Day, April 22, 2013, I wrote a column about “Water Bottles”. This is a repost of my latest column for EthicsDaily.com
Raising children means packing school lunches, including a drink. Water is always a safe and preferred choice, but our household dilemma is how to send water with them. Continue reading