Psalm 5:1—8 Trust in God for Deliverance
Notice the very important first verses “Give ear to my words, O LORD; give heed to my sighing. 2 Listen to the sound of my cry, my King and my God.” Continue reading
Anthony Pinn, Feminist Studies in Religion, feminist theology, grace ji-sun kim, journey, Miguel De la Torre, minority scholars, racism, reflection, reimagination, SRER, Stacey Floyd-Thomas, supremacy, white privilege
This is a repost of my original column for Feminist Studies in Religion.
Much of my personal life intersects with race, religion, and gender issues. In some ways, the word intersects is too gentle. Perhaps collide better captures what occurs in my life as an Asian North American woman theologian, writer, minister, and mother. As I try to engage in theological dialogue, live in community with the dominant, unfamiliar culture, and raise my kids Continue reading
The Fund for Theological Education (FTE) is at a new juncture in which it is looking at its past and reexamining itself so it can move forward. FTE is not alone as many theological seminaries, institutions, and organizations are also facing decision points rising from our changing society, its problems, and needs. At this crossroad, FTE, which has existed for the past fifty-nine years to support individuals exploring and Continue reading
anxiety, colonialism, Colonialism Han and the Tranformative Spirit, experience, feminist, Feminist Studies in Religion, grace ji-sun kim, mom, painful, Palgrave Pivot, reflection, Spirit, theology, writing
This is a repost of my blog on Feminist Studies in Religion.
Their words seem to flow out of their minds and land so beautifully on their laptop screens. They seem to write effortlessly with their words artistically captured and perfectly written on the pages their printers produce. Their ideas seem magically to appear, profoundly laid out before their eyes.
For some, writing is their passion and they are masters of it. But for the rest of us, writing is torturous. My experience of writing is painful, full of anxiety, and full of stress. For me, it is a forced task which comes with lots of mind-convincing tactics and promises to Continue reading
“Cape Town, South Africa, is one of the most stunning places I have visited. The landscape is unforgettable: mountains, blue waves, pristine beaches, rich soil. Juxtaposed to the beauty of the land, however, are townships that are an ugly reminder of the past.” For the full column click here.