This is my latest post for Feminist Studies in Religion, “Do you Speak English? Racial Discrimination and Being the Other”. I would love to hear your comments or feedback.
I speak fluent English, conversational Korean and textbook French. I am proud to be trilingual and I always encourage my children to speak Korean with me. They never do. I do my best to speak to them in Korean, unless I am disciplining them. Then, only English comes out of my mouth. Continue reading
I am reposting Samuel L. Caraballo’s very interesting post. it was originally posted on his site, samuelcaraballo.com site. Feel free to follow his blog.
“What then must we do?” This is the inevitable question faith communities across the nation face when dealing with racial and ethnic divides within their congregations and in society at large.
If it is true scientifically that there is no such thing as racial superiority, then we Continue reading
What is the Pneuma saying?
“Pneumatology” sounds like a medical specialty but it is in fact a dynamic field of theology, drawing on the reflections and talents of a new generation of thinkers from around the world. Continue reading