This was a live homebrewed happy hour with two friends of the pod delivered now for your enjoyment! We discuss their co-authored book Intersectional Theology and then answer questions live from the stream. Susan M. Shaw is professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Oregon State … Read more about Grace Ji-Sun Kim & Susan Shaw: What is Intersectional Theology?
Grace Ji-Sun Kim is on the podcast to talk about her new book, The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to the Holy Spirit: Hand-Raisers, Han, and the Holy Ghost. Grace and Tripp talk about why we need a book about the Holy Spirit, how it is an often neglected aspect of God, her work not just in … Read more about The Prophetic Life of the Spirit with Grace Ji-Sun Kim
This week we have a theological examination of a cultural phenomenon. Theological Reflections on “Gangnam Style”: A Racial, Sexual, and Cultural Critique by Joseph Cheah - Associate Professor of Comparative Theology,University of Saint Joseph and Grace Ji-Sun Kim - Visiting Researcher,Georgetown … Read more about Gangnam Style & Theology: Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Joseph Cheah
Grace Ji-Sun Kim is the author of "Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit", "The Holy Spirit, Chi, and the Other: A Model of Global and Intercultural Pneumatology" and "The Grace of Sophia: A Korean North American Women's Christology". She is also the Professor of Doctrinal Theology … Read more about Grace Ji-Sun Kim and the Transformative Spirit
Are you prepared for not one - but two - amazing podcasts? On this episode of Homebrewed Christianity you get to hear high quality audiological goodness about Embracing the Other and How to Read the Bible. Harvey Cox is the legendary Harvard scholar of religion and one of my favorite Baptist … Read more about Embracing the Other and Reading the Bible w/ Harvey Cox & Grace Ji Sun Kim
This is a special episode where I share an audio version of my written response to Joerg Rieger's book Jesus vs Caesar. If you haven't read the book I imagine you can still follow along, especially if you listened to my recent interview with Rieger about it HERE. The main reason I am sharing this is … Read more about Different Gods, Different Religions?
The one and only Rev. Jesse Jackson is on the podcast!! I cannot exaggerate the respect I have for Rev. Jackson. When I found out that Dr. Adam Clark and I were going to be visited by Rev. Jackson and Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim I was beyond thrilled. The brand new book, Keeping Hope Alive is out … Read more about Rev. Jesse Jackson: Keeping Hope Alive
Political and theological writer Bonnie Kristian is on to talk about her new book, A Flexible Faith: Rethinking What it Means to Follow Jesus Today. This book is an easy intro to lots of different topics and expressions of the Christian faith today, and an invitation for the American church to see … Read more about Getting Flexible in Faith and Politics with Bonnie Kristian
Things are gonna get feisty and something may even bubble up in your soul. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza is on the podcast today talking activist theology. Not only is Robyn a PhD in constructive philosophical theology and ethics, a queer activist, a public theologian - Robyn is the activist … Read more about Activist Theology with Robyn Henderson-Espinoza #GoActivistTheology
It's Christmas in July for theology nerds! We are giving away 21 books for the 21st century theologian, worth over $400 of theological goodness. What better way to build your library? Below are the 21 books PLUS links to an interview with each author: On the Mystery: Discerning Divinity … Read more about 21 Books for the 21st Century Theologian
I am admittedly a child of the 80’s. I grew up in Cold-War paranoia and still find it difficult to understand how it has been 30 years since the Chicago Bears shuffled to a Super Bowl win under Coach Ditka. I love reading books from the 80’s once in a while. There is something fascinating to me … Read more about 1984 Theology