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So excited to announce a new book edited by Dr. Kwok Pui-lan, Asian and Asian American Women in Theology and Religion: Embodying Knowledge (Asian Christianity in the Diaspora).
It is the 12th book in our series, Asian Christianity in the Diaspora edited by Dr. Joseph Cheah and myself.
Please order your copy today.
With the rise of anti-Asian racism due to the pandemic, it is important to read more books by Asian and Asian American women.
Here is my latest 2019 Prediction for Religions Service News (RNS), “A Multifaith Movement will Push to Address Climate Change.”
My 2018 Prediction for RSN was Women Rise Up.
I endorsed a new book, The Space Between: Spiritual Activism in an Age of Fear (Guides to Practical Ministry) written by Matthew Braddock.
An excellent book on spirituality and religious progressivism which calls us to social action. Continue reading
I am excited to present 2 papers and review a book at this year’s American Academy of Religion in Denver, November 16-20.
I will present a paper in the Evangelical Studies Unit & the Animals and Religion Unit and will review a book in the Quaker Studies Program Unit. I hope to see many religion scholars at AAR.
I also look forward to AAR Board Meetings, FSR Board Meetings and many other meetings…..
Honored to be invited to write a 2018 Prediction in Religion for Religion News Service….
Mine is called, “Women Rise Up”.
(RNS) — 2017 began with the worldwide Women’s March to protest the need for women’s rights, immigration reform, healthcare reform, reproductive rights, the natural environment, LGBTQ rights, racial equality, freedom of religion and workers’ rights. It gathered women and men from all backgrounds in a world-wide phenomenon that kicked off the “10 Actions for the First 100 Days” campaign. Continue reading
Read Teodora Domotor’s Book Review of my book, Contemplations from the Heart.
My book, Contemplations from the Heart was published in 2014 and it is a book on gender justice, racial justice and climate justice. I hope that many others will find this book useful for personal reflection, group discussion and/or Bible Study classes.