Killjoy Prophets, Asian America, Evangelicalism (Part 2)


In seminary I took a course called Cultural Hermeneutics team-taught by two professors. One would go on to become one of my favorite teachers and the other would become my senior thesis advisor. A close friend, at the time and now, Erica Liu, along with a handful of other Asian Americans and I sat eagerly […]

Streams Run Uphill: Official Release

SRU Book Cover

Where streams run uphill, there a woman rules. —Ethiopian proverb Happy Women’s History month!  I’m also super happy to announce the release of Streams Run Uphill: Conversations with Young Clergywomen of Color. After Making Paper Cranes: Toward an Asian American Feminist Theology (The Young Clergy Women Project) I felt like there needed to be something about ministry and […]

Politics of Marriage: Public Vows and the Exchange of Women


For more on the series – click here. The view of marriage as a private relationship has become of public value in the US enshrined in legal doctrine. In 1944 the the US Supreme Court portended a momentous line of interpretation by finding that the US Constitution protected a “private realm of family life which […]


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