Baylor University Press, empire, madang, madang podcast, Middle Eastern, persecution, The Christian Century, The Politics of Persecution
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03 Tuesday May 2022
03 Wednesday Jun 2020
Americanity, black lives matter, empire, Eric Garner, George Floyd, Huffington Post, icantbreathe, rev. jesse jackson, Spirit
Words fail to describe the murder of George Floyd. It stops us in our tracks and pushes us to do something to fight evil, systemic racism, police violence and supremacy.
Here are a few images that I have posted on social media and want to share here.
16 Monday Sep 2013
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Colonialism Han and the Tranformative Spirit, consumption, Cynthia Holder Rich, Ecclesio.com, empire, grace ji-sun kim, greed, han, review
This was originally posted on Ecclesio.com and is reposted here with permission. Please check out more interesting posts on Ecclesio.com by Cynthia Holder Rich.
Editor’s note: We discuss Grace Ji-Sun Kim’s book Colonialism, Han and the Transformative Spirit this week on ecclesio.com. This review will be followed by an excerpt, and some questions I posed to Dr. Kim.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim has done a great service to scholars and the church through the publication of her new book, Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit (Palgrave 2013). The slim volume addresses many of the key Continue reading
18 Thursday Apr 2013
cheap goods, colonialism, Colonialism Han and the Tranformative Spirit, consumerism, ecology, empire, environment, ethicsdaily.com, global economy, god, grace ji-sun kim, han, hope, labor, planet, slavery, Spirit, stewardship, sustainability, theology
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
12 Friday Oct 2012
consume, creator, empire, ethicsdaily.com, grace ji-sun kim, Honor the Earth, land, Moravian College, sacred, sustainability, west, Winona LaDuke
This is a repost of my column from EthicsDaily.com.
Sustainability has become one of the most important issues in our time, and in a hundred years, it may be the single most important issue. We have heard that if we do not sustain our resources, we are on the road to destruction. Continue reading