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📒Asian American Christianity Reader ✍ Timothy Tseng
✏Asian American Christianity Reader Book Summary : This textbook is an interdisciplinary collection of scholarly and religious articles about Asian American Christianity. Its four sections -- contexts, sites, identity, and voices ? offer in-depth understanding of both Catholic and Protestant traditions, practices, theologies, and faith communities. It also highlights diversity and complexity across lines of gender, generation, denomination, race and ethnicity in Asian American Christianity.
📒Asian And Asian American Women In Theology And Religion ✍ Kwok Pui-lan
✏Asian and Asian American Women in Theology and Religion Book Summary : This book presents personal narratives and collective ethnography of the emergence and development of Asian and Asian American women’s scholarship in theology and religious studies. It demonstrates how the authors’ religious scholarship is based on an embodied epistemology influenced by their social locations. Contributors reflect on their understanding of their identity and how this changed over time, the contribution of Asian and Asian American women to the scholarship work that they do, and their hopes for the future of their fields of study. The volume is multireligious and intergenerational, and is divided into four parts: identities and intellectual journeys, expanding knowledge, integrating knowledge and practice, and dialogue across generations.
✏The Theologies of Asian Americans and Pacific Peoples Book Summary :
📒Introducing Asian American Theologies ✍ Jonathan Y. Tan
✏Introducing Asian American Theologies Book Summary : This examination of the development of Asian American theologies deals with the immigrant experience of Asians from the 19th century until the present, the nature of Asian American Christianity, and the themes that appear across traditions and denominations.
📒Asian American Christian Ethics ✍ Grace Y. Kao
✏Asian American Christian Ethics Book Summary : An ideal volume for researchers, teachers, and students alike, Asian American Christian Ethics articulates the foundations, questions, and goals of this vibrant and flourishing field of study.--Alex Mikulich "Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics"
📒Christianity With An Asian Face ✍ Peter C. Phan
✏Christianity with an Asian Face Book Summary : Drawing on the twin themes of liberation and inculturation, Peter Phan explicates a new theology forged in the cauldron of the encounter between two vastly different cultures. He devotes particular attention to the meaning of Christ for Asian Americans and the emergence of new christological titles -- Jesus as Eldest Son and Ancestor. Phan also explores his personal roots to sketch the contours of Vietnamese American theology, an expression of faith caught between the Dragon and the Eagle. Book jacket.
📒Faithful Generations ✍ Russell Jeung
✏Faithful Generations Book Summary : Religion—both personal faith and institutional tradition—plays a central role in the lives of the 12.5 million Asians in the United States. It provides comfort and meaning, shapes ethical and political beliefs, and influences culture and arts. Faithful Generations details the significance of religion in the construction of Asian American identity. As an institutional base for the movement toward Asian American panethnicity, churches provide a space for theological and political reflection and ethnic reinvention. With rich description and insightful interviews, Russell Jeung uncovers why and how Chinese and Japanese American Christians are building new, pan-Asian organizations. Detailed surveys of over fifty Chinese and Japanese American congregations in the San Francisco Bay area show how symbolic racial identities structure Asian American congregations. Evangelical ministers differ from mainline Christian ministers in their construction of Asian American identity. Mobilizing around these distinct identities, evangelicals and mainline Christians have developed unique pan-Asian styles of worship, ministries, and church activities. Portraits of two churches further illustrate how symbolic racial identities affect congregational life and ministries. The book concludes with a look at Asian American–led multiethnic churches. This engaging study of the shifting relationship between religion and ethnicity is an ideal text for classes in ethnicity, religion, and Asian American studies.
📒Christianitynext Winter 2017 Asian American Christianity Dones And Nones ✍ Young Lee Hertig
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📒Identity Youth And Gender In The Korean American Church ✍ Christine J. Hong
✏Identity Youth and Gender in the Korean American Church Book Summary : This book studies Korean American girls between thirteen and nineteen and their formation with regard to self, gender, and God in the context of Korean American protestant congregational life. It develops a hybrid methodology of de-colonial aims and indigenous research methods, aiming to facilitate transformative life in faith communities.
📒Sanacs Journal 2010 1 ✍ Russell Yee
✏SANACS Journal 2010 1 Book Summary : This issue of the SANACS Journal is a collection of the seminars and panels from the Asian American Equipping Symposium, jointly sponsored by ISAAC Southern California and Fuller Theological Seminary, in Pasadena, CA (Nov. 4-5, 2009).