It is an important book…so get a copy! Continue reading
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 go to Korea to teach and participate in a conference at Hanshin Graduate School of Theology.
I will participate in “Doing Theology with Indigenous Peoples Spirituality”:
Asian Contribution to Theology of Creation and Wider Ecumenism”
Time: December 7-10, 2016
Venue: Hanshin Graduate School of Theology, Seoul Korea
(159 Insubong-ro, Kangbuk-ku Seoul Korea) Continue reading
Please do register for the 2016 Spirituality Gathering “Justice Lives in Relationship” at Earlham School of Religion, April 27, 2016.
We have tried arguments for environmental concern, doctrines, and of course moralizing and guilt-trips. None seem to transform human action. So in our time together let’s explore a more fruitful route: ecospirituality. Continue reading
I endorsed a new book, Signs of Hope in the City: Renewing Urban Mission, Embracing Radical Hope, edited by Dr. Graham Hill. Read this new book if you are interested in urban missions, church, interfaith dynamics and more……
Dr. Graham Hill is an internationally recognised practical theologian, teacher, and speaker. He is an international leader in the fields of global theology, world Christianity, and missional theology and practice. Graham is Vice Principal of Morling Baptist Theological College, Sydney, Australia, and Director of the GlobalChurch Project. Continue reading
This is my interview with Dr. Cynthia Holder Rich for Ecclesio.com. It is reposted here with permission.
Editor’s Note: This week, we discuss Grace Ji-Sun Kim’s 2013 book Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit. Here, Dr. Kim answers a few questions arising from my reading of her book.
You discuss the concept of han at some length. You say that “a soul that has experienced han is not amenable to reason and even resists the consolations of faith”. What is the ministry we can offer those who have experienced han? How do we approach the reality of han theologically and ecclesiologically? Continue reading