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Asian American Christianity: A Reader By Timothy Tseng, Viji Nakka-Cammauf
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This textbook is an interdisciplinary collection of scholarly and religious articles about Asian American Christianity. Its four sections -- contexts, sites, identity, and voices — offer... More > 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. "... a real boon for understanding contemporary American religious life." - Mark Noll, Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History, University of Notre Dame “Thanks for editing this splendid reader. It is very comprehensive and diverse, the best presentation of Asian American theology so far.” - Peter C. Phan, Ignacio Ellacuria, SJ, Professor of Catholic Social Thought & Theology, Georgetown University< Less
Asian American Youth Ministry By DJ Chuang
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Find practical answers in this handy resource! Get an inside look at the practical insights from the perspective of practitioners, who collectively have over 100 years of experience in Asian American... More > youth ministry, as they share about the intergenerational church, student leadership, and vital outreach.< Less
Asian American Youth Ministry By DJ Chuang
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Find practical answers in this handy resource! Get an inside look at the practical insights from the perspective of practitioners, who collectively have over 100 years of experience in Asian American... More > youth ministry, as they share about the intergenerational church, student leadership, and vital outreach. Contributors: Joey Chen, Brian Gomes, Brian Hall, Eugene Kim, Danny Kwon, Caleb Lai, Angela Lee, Victor Quon, Joseph Tsang, Peter Wang, Justin Young. Editor: DJ Chuang.< Less
Christianity Next Winter 2017: Asian American Christianity & Dones and Nones By Young Lee Hertig
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Asian American Christianity & Dones and Nones. An interdisciplinary, scholarly exploration of Asian North American Christianity ChristianityNext is a journal of Innovative Space for Asian... More > American Christianity (ISAAC)< Less
ChristianityNext Winter 2017: Asian American Christianity & Dones and Nones By Young Lee Hertig
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Asian American Christianity & Dones and Nones An interdisciplinary, scholarly exploration of Asian North American Christianity ChristianityNext is a journal of Innovative Space for Asian... More > American Christianity (ISAAC)< Less
Pilgrims at the Crossroads, Asian Indian Christians at the North American Frontier By Anand Veeraraj, Rachel Fell McDermott
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More than 2 million Asian Indians now reside in the United States, making them the third largest Asian American group. Asian Indians are making significant contributions to American society in... More > medicine, technology, business, and many other ventures. A rich religious diversity characterizes this population, including a vibrant Christian presence throughout Indian history. Pilgrims at the Crossroads addresses many contemporary issues that Asian Indian Christians in North America face as well as future ministry challenges and prospects. It provides fascinating new insights about Asian Indian Christian churches whose voices and perspectives have only recently been heard.< Less
Pilgrims at the Crossroads, Asian Indian Christians at the North American Frontier By Anand Veeraraj, Rachel Fell McDermott
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More than 2 million Asian Indians now reside in the United States, making them the third largest Asian American group. Asian Indians are making significant contributions to American society in... More > medicine, technology, business, and many other ventures. A rich religious diversity characterizes this population, including a vibrant Christian presence throughout Indian history. Pilgrims at the Crossroads addresses many contemporary issues that Asian Indian Christians in North America face as well as future ministry challenges and prospects. It provides fascinating new insights about Asian Indian Christian churches whose voices and perspectives have only recently been heard.< Less
"'The Most Reverend'" (W. Laabs, personal communication, 2008, p.207) is a style applied primarily within the historic denominations of Christianity. In the Catholic Church Archbishops bear the style "The Most Reverend". "Street Evangelist" (p.207)... By Todd Van Buskirk
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Yoga, karma, meditation, guru — these terms, once obscure, are now a part of the American lexicon. Combining Hinduism with Western concepts and values, a new hybrid form of religion has... More > developed in the United States over the past century. The history of various Hindu-inspired movements constitute a discrete category of religious practice, a distinct and identifiable form of new religion. Hindu-inspired meditation movements are distinct from both immigrant Hinduism and other forms of Asian-influenced or “New Age” groups (see reference to "Adidam" on page 207 of this book). The American religious ethos derives primarily from Protestantism. Most pertinent to this book is Protestantism’s emphasis on personal, ecstatic religious experience (see letter on page 81).< Less
SANACS Journal 2012-2013 By Young Lee Hertig, Editor
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Issue #4. Featuring articles from Asian American Equipping Symposium II & III.
SANACS Journal 2012-2013 By Young Lee Hertig, editor, Russell Yee, editor
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This issue features articles from Asian American Equipping Symposia II & III. Article contributions by: Esther Chung Kim, Amos Yong, Charlene Jin Lee, Richard Mouw, Miyoung Yoon Hammer, Andrew... More > Sung Park, Annie Tsai, Jeney Park-Hearn, Andrew Lee, and Henry Kuo. Book reviews by: Justin K.H. Tse, Paul Junggap Huh, and Amos Yong.< Less