ESR Professor Grace Ji-Sun Kim reflects on her most recent book and its theme of hope.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim, a professor of theology at Earlham School of Religion, is the author or editor of 19 books. Kim has also written articles for Time, The Nation, Christian Century, and Sojourners among many others. Her most recent book, Hope in Disarray, was published in December 2020.Continue reading
Susan Shaw and I had a wonderful time on WATERtalks discussing our co-written book Intersectional Theology: An Introductory Guide. The transcript of our talk is written up below. I hope you get a chance to read the book. Continue reading
I shared my thoughts on “Father, forgive them for they do not know what they do”. It is a difficult passage for me, so I offer my simple understanding of these words in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Happy Maundy Thursday and peace this holy week. Continue reading
It was wonderful to be interviewed by Jenn White of WBEZ Radio produced by Daniel Tucker on latest book Keeping Hope Alive: Sermons & Speeches of Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr.
The book is being read widely and is already in third printing in 2 months of being published.
Please read it for Black History Month as the book itself is a living document of where the civil rights movement has changed and affected many aspects of American politics, culture and society.
Keeping Hope Alive is a compilation of Rev. Jackson’s sermons and speeches.
The interview will air tonight Feb 13 from 7-8 pm CST on “Chicago Tonight,” WTTW-TV (PBS) Channel 11.
If you miss it, you can watch online wttw.com/news after 10 p.m. tonight
COP25 in Madrid was a very busy time. I was on a “Climate Justice” panel put together by the World Council of Churches and was also a panelist in a “Faith United” press conference.
I also did 2 videos for Act Alliance.
Science tells us that climate change is happening. As people of faith, i hope that we can all work together to save the planet and each other. Continue reading