A Theology of Liberation // Gustavo Gutiérrez.
Venerated theologian, impassioned pastor, and lover of the poor. Very few people can write these words like Guitérrez has done. 46 more words
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In short, Asian American Evangelicals do not need to be apologetic about their lives, experiences and perspectives. Rather, by following the path of the Son of God into the far country, by receiving the infilling of the Spirit of God poured out on all flesh, and by faithfully attempting to live out such a Christ-centered and Spirit-empowered faith in the footsteps of their evangelical forebears and ancestors, Asian Americans may then be able to bring their theological gifts to the conversation table, gifts that will challenge the discussion while simultaneously enriching the fare for all those concerned about the “euangelion” in the present time.
It’s happening this weekend; We are filming the book trailer for the Remnant. I get to work with the amazingly talented Manhattan Co. Creative Media and some of the most enthusiastic rookie actors ever. 615 more words
BY ALEX GRUBER
The Center for Norbertine Studies at St. Norbert College hosted sociologist Thomas Landy for his lecture “What Do We Really Mean When We Talk About a Global Church?” The event took place in the Fort Howard Theatre of the Bemis International Center at 7:00 p.m. 729 more words
I was thrilled to see the newest edition of The New World Outlook this week, published by Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church! This edition contains reflections based on the World Council of Church’s statement on mission and evangelism, “Together Towards Life.” In December, I was asked to submit an article sharing my thoughts on the presence of the Holy Spirit within mission. 539 more words