Intersectional Theology: An Introductory Guide by Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Susan Shaw
There is lots of conversation right now about Critical Theory especially as it is related to the more recent development of Critical Race Theory. I am far from a scholar about either, but I have done long form reading and a lot of short-form, podcast, and video learning, and to my untrained eye, Intersectionality is the most helpful and arguably the most misunderstood aspect of Critical Race Theory (CRT). Continue reading
Happy New Year.
I am a bit late to post this…….But I am thrilled to be included in the Englewood Review of Books’ list of “Twelve Important Theology Books of 2019″!
I will be doing a workshop on my new book, “Embracing the Other”(Eerdmans) at the TEACH-IN: Tools, Best Practices and Strategies for Faith-Rooted Organizing in NYC.
Please join us Oct 30, 2015 at Auburn Seminary.
The book, “Embracing the Other” is now available on Amazon.
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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
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KEEP HOPE ALIVE! REV. JESSE JACKSON Radio Show
Sunday, May 12, 2013
This morning, I was a guest (along with Atty Barbara Arwine & Dr. Mariko Chang) on the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s “Keep Hope Alive” weekly radio show on every Sunday Morning from 8-10 EST. This morning’s show explored the real meaning of MOTHER’S DAY, as well as the Continue reading