“Have patience with everything unresolved in your heart and to try to love the questions themselves as if they were locked rooms or books written in a very foreign language. Don’t search for the answers, which could not be given to you now, because you would not be able to live them. And the point is to live everything. Live the questions now. Perhaps then, someday far in the future, you will gradually, without even noticing it, live your way into the answer.”
By Eun Joo Angela Ryo
It was another typical Friday night at the Korean church where I serve. I hung out with the youth group and my kids were at their children’s Bible study. After church, we were headed home when I asked them about their Bible study.
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Here’s the latest from the Asian American Christian Blogroll.
Andrew Alojipan. Photo Credit: Kept On Hold
Andrew Alojipan from the Christian indie band We Are Leo blogs at: http://andrewalojipan.tumblr.com/
Professor Grace Kao of Claremont (CST and CGU) blogs at: http://www.drgracekao.com/blog/ She is the author of Grounding Human Rights in a Pluralist World. Grace is also a regular contributor at: http://feminismandreligion.com/
Baylor University Sociologist, Jerry Z. Park blogs at: http://jerryzpark.com/ Jerry is widely published, including his article, “Assessing the Sociological Study of Asian American Christianity,” in SANACS Journal 1.
Theology Professor Grace Ji-Sun Kim of Moravian Theological Seminary blogs at: http://gracejisunkim.wordpress.com/ Grace has written several books on Asian/ANA Christian Theology, including The Grace of Sophia.
See the whole Blogroll HERE.
The Asian American Christian Blogroll has been updated! There are now 70 blogs on the blogroll, and we’re looking for more! Please let us know if you or someone you know has a blog that would fit our list.
Inspired by Fred Clark’s Bonfire
projects, we’ve compiled a non-comprehensive list of Asian American Christian blogs.
The criteria is very simple:
1) The bloggers are Asian American or have some connection to/interest in Asian Americans
2) The bloggers are Christian or have some connection to/interest in Christianity.
There are no litmus tests as to theology, politics or popularity. We just wanted to put as many of us as we could find on one page and see how it looked.