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June 17, 2013
Rev. Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim Continue reading
book review, Chi and the Other, global, grace ji-sun kim, Interreligious Dialogue, journal, palgrave macmillan, pneumatology, Postcolonial Theory, Sheri Kling, Spirit-Chi, the holy spirit, The Holy Spirit Chi and the Other
My second book, The Holy Spirit, Chi and the Other was released last year on October 11, 2011. To celebrate its publication, I will be posting a series of book reviews which have come out in the past year. The first review comes from Sheri Kling who reviewed my book in the journal, Interreligious Dialogue.
“In this worthy addition to inter-religious dialogue and inter-cultural dialogue, Grace Ji-Sun Kim introduces the term “Spirit-Chi” and builds a strong case for her assertion that the Holy Spirit as present in the Christian tradition is more resonant than dissimilar to the Eastern concept of Chi found in Taoism, Hinduism and Buddhism. Continue reading
We live in a global world and the impact that we make on each other is getting greater and greater. Therefore it is important to dialogue and be in conversation with churches, church members/leaders and theologians around the world. IGCS is such a forum. This is a blog written by John Kenyon who is the Founder/Director of IGCS.
How the IGCS Began
During the 1990s I worked out of New York as an activist in the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa. We traveled to South Africa and hosted speakers from South Africa to come to the United States to share their stories and to rally support for Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress. It was a cause that united churches and nations from around the world.