Soundings from the Asian Diaspora: a book review


thoughts, prayers & songs:

My own theology and faith has been shaped by Asian-Americans. I half-grew up in Hawaii, so feel at home in an Asian culture, but I can also point to key Asian-American mentors who invested in my spiritual formation. They taught me the Bible, mentored me,  prayed for me and helped me confront my own blind spots and white privilege. I was also blessed to have a number of Asian friends at seminary which challenged me to see theology from the margins, when the curriculum was largely a Western story. [My graduate school prided itself on being an international Christian graduate school and had a number of Asian students. But I can remember sitting at a table with a group of Asian American students who pointed to a large painting  which only depicted Europe and North American. There is still more work to be done on including our Asian sisters and…

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2 thoughts on “Soundings from the Asian Diaspora: a book review

  1. Vincent thank you for sharing this book review; sometime ago I read somewhere that there is an increasing rate of Asian Americans attending American Seminaries and for that I am grateful to see God’s Work

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