In the beginning of March, I was included in Englewood’s Review of Books‘ list of Ten Important Women Theologians That You Should Be Reading. That was a true honor. Now Eerdmans included me in “Five Great Women Scholars (and Their Books)“. This is a true honor.
Duke Divinity Center for Reconciliation Conversations took place in the Spring of 2016 and I was honored to give a talk on my latest book, Embracing the Other.
Watch all 6 of my little videos. They can be used for classes or bible study groups. Continue reading
I am reposting Dr. Cornwall’s review:
HERE I AM: Faith Stories of Korean American Clergywomen.Edited by Grace Ji-Sun Kim. Foreword by Neal D. Presa. Valley Forge, PA: Judson Press, 2015. Xi + 162.
MOVE AND SHAKE WORK-LIFE BALANCE RETREAT
Chicago, IL August 30 – September 1, 2013
This will be a gathering of high performing women, who want to explore the ways in Continue reading
Our mission is to help women and others to imagine and create a more purposeful, productive, and life-giving present and future for themselves and their children. Continue reading
Asian Christianity, church, Colonialism Han and the Tranformative Spirit, eco-justice, grace ji-sun kim, honor shame, immigration, racism, Rev. William Kuntz, stewardship, t.v., Taking the Initiative, women, women's issues
This blog “I Went to the Emergency Room” is reposted here with Dr. Kwok Pui Lan’s permission. Click here for the original post.
Last Saturday night I went to an emergency room in Evanston, Illinois. I had spasms on my right chest. Luckily it was on the right side and not the left side (where the heart is located). Since I needed to fly back to Boston the next Continue reading
This post comes from my friend Dr. Miguel De La Torre. It was originally posted abp News and is reposted here with permission.
The concept of marriage in which women were relegated to property evolved from the Hebrew Bible by the time we get to the New Testament. The New Testament discouraged marriage, placing it secondary to a life of singleness and celibacy. Continue reading
By Grace Ji-Sun Kim
I write this on the blackboard on the day I cover Feminist Theology in my course, Theology from the Underside. I ask the students to read it. Most students read it as “penis envy.”
The way my students read this phrase seems to reinforce how Sigmund Freud has deeply influenced our societal perceptions of men and women. According to Freud, “penis envy” refers to the inner desire that women presumably wish they were men. For some time women adapted Freud’s teachings and actually believed that a penis was they all desired inwardly. Continue reading