I am excited to go to Korea to teach and participate in a conference at Hanshin Graduate School of Theology.
I will participate in “Doing Theology with Indigenous Peoples Spirituality”:
Asian Contribution to Theology of Creation and Wider Ecumenism”
Time: December 7-10, 2016
Venue: Hanshin Graduate School of Theology, Seoul Korea
(159 Insubong-ro, Kangbuk-ku Seoul Korea) Continue reading
This is my latest for The Huffington Post, co-written with Rev. Jesse Jackson.
The annual joint military drills between South Korea and the United States have ended but tensions continue and fire has been exchanged between South and North Korea. Rather than mediation, there is mutual agitation and antagonism. Continue reading
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This is my latest post for Ethicsdaily.com. It is a reflection of my recent participation at a World Council of Churches Meeting in Geneva.
Many mainline denominational churches, such as the Lutherans, Presbyterians, Episcopalians and Methodists, are struggling to survive in North America. Continue reading
Today, EthicsDaily.com wrote a nice summary of my Skype interview with them. I am reposting my Skype Interview video which was originally posted on my site on June 3, 2013.
Click here for the original post from EthicsDaily.com.
Psy’s new song, “Gentleman” may be just what the world needs after all the negative rhetoric coming from North Koreas’ Kim Jong-un. Kim Jong-un has filled our news headlines for quite some time now. His threats of missiles and wars have brought world leaders to take him more seriously than in the past. It has even motivated U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry to make a visit to South Korea, China and Japan in hopes of garnering enough support from them to deter an attack from North Korea. Continue reading
When I first watched the music video “Gangnam Style”, I was embarrassed by this not-so good looking Korean man rapping and dancing.
However, the more I watched it, the more I enjoyed it and appreciated the genuine creativity that went into the song, the choreography, and the music video. Continue reading