Read this wonderful book review of my co-edited book, Christian Doctrines for Global Gender Justice by Kendra Weddle Irons. It is reviewed on the Christian Feminism Today website and reposted here with permission.
I endorsed a new book, Faithfully Feminist: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Women on Why They Stay (I SPEAK FOR MYSELF), edited by by Paperback – August 11, 2015.
It is an exciting new book with significant stories and reflections which are important for all to read. Please check the website for more information.
Across Generations: “What is the importance of feminist and womanist work in religious and theological studies?”
Mary E. Hunt, Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Susan Thistlethwaite, James Hoke and Eric Thomas (Part 4)
I am so happy and excited to finally submit my manuscript, Christian Doctrines for Global Gender Justice (New York: Palgrave Macmillan).
This is a new book edited by Jenny Daggers (Associate Professor in Christian Theology, Liverpool Hope University, UK) & Grace Ji-Sun Kim (Visiting Researcher, Georgetown University, USA).
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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
“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