Read this wonderful reflection, “Embracing the Other: A Theology of Equality, Justice, and Response” by Angela Meyer. Meyer is an MA student at Earlham School of Religion. This is a beautiful reflection during a time of turmoil in the U.S.
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Embracing the Other: A Theology of Equality, Justice, and Response by Angela Meyer
There have been several book reviews of my latest book, Embracing the Other. Here is the latest one by Won Chul Shin who is a Ph.D. student at Emory University.
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My second book, The Holy Spirit, Chi and the Other was released last year on October 11, 2011. To celebrate its publication, I will be posting a series of book reviews which have come out in the past year. The first review comes from Sheri Kling who reviewed my book in the journal, Interreligious Dialogue.
“In this worthy addition to inter-religious dialogue and inter-cultural dialogue, Grace Ji-Sun Kim introduces the term “Spirit-Chi” and builds a strong case for her assertion that the Holy Spirit as present in the Christian tradition is more resonant than dissimilar to the Eastern concept of Chi found in Taoism, Hinduism and Buddhism. Continue reading