Happy Earth Day 2018!
As we think about our earth and how we can live sustainably, feel free to reflect theologically what it means to be in “Planetary Solidarity”.
Below is an @Table for Feminist Studies in Religion Blog. I am resharing and reblogging it for Earth Day. Please do share it.
Click here to purchase Planetary Solidarity.
We are so excited to have an AAR/SBL book panel on our latest co-edited book, Planetary Solidarity (co-edited with Hilda P. Koster).
I am thrilled that our new co-edited book, Planetary Solidarity: Global Women’s Voices on Christian Doctrine and Climate Justice (Fortress Press) with Dr. Hilda P. Koster is now available. You can order the hard copy of the book now. It is now also available on kindle.
Climate change is one of the most important issues of our time. As people of faith, we all need to work towards climate justice and gender justice.
We will have an AAR/SBL book panel on Monday November 20, 1997 from 9-11:30 am. Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza and Karenna Gore will be the respondents. 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
My new edited book, Making Peace with the Earth: Action and Advocacy for Climate Justice (WCC) is now available.
This project started 2 years at the World Council of Churches (WCC) working group on climate change in Germany. It appeared to be an easy enough project until I realize that having contributors around the world was going to be a challenge.
This difficult task of putting together a book with contributors from around the world was overcome by the wonderful help of the WCC editor, Michael West. To him I am greatly indebted. Continue reading
My new Huffington Post co-authored with my son by Theodore Andrew Lee. So proud of his work, writing and interests. Feel free to share and/or comment.
We often use household products without ever thinking where they come from, how they are produced, and who produces them. We live in a comfortable world where we simply go to the grocery store and buy things we need without thinking twice about their production or how they landed on our grocery store shelves. Our thoughts do not go beyond how everything is accessible, useable and available for consumption. Continue reading