Some people are born to write. Their words seem to flow out of their minds and land so beautifully on their laptop screens. They seem to write effortlessly with their words artistically captured and perfectly written on the pages their printers produce. Their ideas seem magically to appear, profoundly laid out before their eyes. For […]
Grace Ji-Sun KimGrace Ji-Sun Kim obtained her M.Div. from Knox College (University of Toronto) and her Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. She is Associate Professor of Theology at Earlham School of Religion. She is the author or editor of 16 books most recently, Intersectional Theology (Fortress Press) co-written with Susan Shaw, Healing Our Broken Humanity (IVP) co-written with Graham Hill, Embracing the Other(Eerdmans); Contemplations from the Heart; Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit (Palgrave); The Holy Spirit, Chi and the Other (Palgrave Macmillan); and The Grace of Sophia (Pilgrim Press). She has also written over sixty journal articles, book reviews and book chapters. She is also co-editor with Joseph Cheah, Asian Christianity in Diaspora, Palgrave Macmillan Book Series. Kim is serving on the Board of Directors for American Academy of Religion’s (AAR). She has also served on AAR's “Research Grants Jury Committee", co-chair of AAR’s steering committee, “Women of Color Scholarship, Teaching and Activism Consultation” and steering committee of AAR’s “Religion and Migration Group”. She sits on the editorial board for the Journal for Religion and Popular Culture and is a referee for three journals: Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion, Journal of Religion and Popular Culture and The Global Studies Journal. She blogs regularly for The Huffington Post. You can find more of her blogs on http://gracejisunkim.wordpress.com/.
As many Christians including myself, celebrate Christmas, we want to take a moment to pause and reflect upon what it means to celebrate Christmas. As we live in the busyness of getting into the Christmas spirit, the message of the birth of Christ gets lost in the fervor of buying present, decorating the trees and […]
I love reunions especially if it involves good food and good friends. If you have ever attended a Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion Workshop you will know that they do not skimp on food, snacks or drinks. Wabash seems to have endless supply of chocolates, chips and of course drinks. […]
In our globalizing world, people constantly move from one place to another. Within the United States, we have immigrants from all over the world who are immigrating into America for a new life. As immigrants come, they find many cultural, social, language and religious differences separating themselves from opportunity. Added to this, at times, it […]