Ideas - By Date

Gerardo Marti Earl Lecture

January 29, 2009

Gerardo Marti, assistant professor of sociology at Davidson College in North Carolina, delivered the opening and closing lectures at the Earl Lectures and Leadership Conference.

Bruce Reyes-Chow Earl Lecture

January 29, 2009

Bruce Reyes-Chow, pastor of Mission Bay Community Church, SF, delivered the sermon during the closing worship of Earl Lectures 2009.

Earl Lectures Worship

January 29, 2009

The closing worship of the 2009 Earl Lectures included taiko drums, technology, student witnesses, and Interplay.

Jay Bakker at Earl Lectures

January 28, 2009

Jay Bakker, son of Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker and pastor of Revolution Church NYC, spoke about his life and loving enemies at the 2009 Earl Lectures.

Not Religious but Spiritual

January 28, 2009

Boyung Lee, associate professor of educational ministries at PSR, spoke at the 2009 Earl Lectures about what emerging gener

Gerardo Marti opens Earl Lectures 2009

January 27, 2009

Gerardo Marti, assistant professor of sociology at Davidson College in North Carolina, opens Earl Lectures 2009 on Jan. 27 with a sociological perspective on emerging expressions of faithfulness.

What is Asian American Biblical Hermeneutics?

January 22, 2009

Tat-Siong Benny Liew, professor of New Testament at PSR, has written the first single-authored book on Asian Ameri

 From the preface...

Touch of Transcendence: A Postcolonial Theology of God

January 20, 2009

PSR assistant professor of theology Mayra Rivera Rivera’s first book, The Touch of Transcendence: A Postcolonial Theology of God (Westminster John Knox Press, 2007), explores the rel

From the preface...

Saving Paradise:How Christianity Traded Love of This World for Crucifixion and Empire: A review by Tat-siong Benny Liew

January 16, 2009

Last fall at the annual American Academy of Religion meeting in Chicago, Tat-siong Benny Liew presented a review of Saving Paradise: How Christianity Traded Love of This World for Crucifixion and

Rita Nakashima Brock and Rebecca Ann Parker have written a book that is incredibly accessible and at the same time amazingly informative.