The key aim of this sociological-religious book is to “expand the scholarly knowledge of the religious life among the post-1965 wave of Asian Americans, particularly those of the American born/raised second generation, and of how religion—specifically, American evangelical Christianity—interacts with… Read More ›
Month: June 2014
“After this I looked, and there was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb . . . .”1 By the optimal… Read More ›
An important topic that the Asian American church should consider seriously in the 21st century context. Mark Labberton, the president of Fuller Theological Seminary, provides an insightful discussion.
We’re so delighted to announce that Hyun Ho Park, a PhD student in New Testaments at GTU, has been appointed as co-founder and editor-in-chief for AATF’s official web magazine. Previously, he performed a wonderful job as as assistant editor for… Read More ›
Let’s welcome this well-critiqued Korean film, “Snowpiercer,” showing in the U.S. on June 24, 2014. A cinematic imagination on the Last Days.
Angela W. Buchdahl, the first Asian American Rabbi at Central Synagogue, New York City. “When Cantor Angela Buchdahl walks among the pews, greeting congregants before Friday night services at Manhattan’s venerable Central Synagogue, she encounters a mélange of Jewish faces,… Read More ›