This is my new article “Hope for Peace in a Broken World: 1 Chronicles, Exile and Building Walls” for Religions 9 (2016): 136-146.
The 9th issue will be about “Peace in a World of Conflicts”. The stated goal of the great world religions is to establish peace both within the world and between God and human beings. It is not a small paradox that today religion is frequently portrayed as a great disturber of peace both insides the communities and in international affairs at large. The forthcoming issue of Religions/Adyan will reflect upon the ways world religions conceive peace and can contribute to restore it in our trouble times. Continue reading
Theme: Women of Color, Hope, and the Politics of Resistance
This is my latest co-written Huffington Post with Rev. Jesse Jackson. Please pray for Kenneth Bae, Matthew Miller and their families.
We are hoping and praying for the release of these 2 American men. We have written several pieces on Kenneth Bae. One of the pieces is a co-written piece for The Nation.
Chicago Theological Seminary, conference, energy, enthusiasm, Fund for Theological Education, grace ji-sun kim, hope, Matthew Williams, Moravian Theological Seminary, Ph.D. students, scholars of color
This is a repost of my column for The Fund for Theological Education website. It was originally posted on June 11, 2013.
The Fund for Theological Education (FTE) held the 2013 Leaders in the Academy Conference at Chicago Theological Seminary from June 6-9, 2013 under the supervision of Matthew Williams who is one of the Directors of Strategic Partnerships, specializing in building relations with theological institutions. Continue reading