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Asian American Theology Colloquium

April 5 from 12:00–8:00 p.m.

“Asian American Theology: Promise and Challenge”

As the Asian American population surges upward, and the number of Asian American Christians with it, the need for serious theological reflection that serves the changing needs of the growing Asian American church as well as the need for greater clarity with respect to the principles, means, and ends of Asian American theology will continue to grow

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The colloquium hopes to gather Asian American theologians and clergy in dialogue to identify major issues facing the Asian American church, issues that have long-term consequences for the future of Asian American Christianity. Topics include issues of authority (especially along inter-generational and gender lines) and civic engagement. 

Speakers include:

David Chao, PhD candidate in theology, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey
David Choi, senior pastor, Graceway Presbyterian Church, Skillman, New Jersey
Dr. Ki Joo (KC) Choi, associate professor and chair, Department of Religion, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey
Grace Yia-Hei Kao, associate professor of ethics, Claremont School of Theology, Claremont, California
The Reverend Eun Joo Kim, chaplain, New York-Presbyterian/Queens Hospital, Flushing, New York
• Isaac Kim, PhD student in theology and ethics, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey
The Reverend Walter Kim, associate minister, Park Street Church, Boston, Massachusetts
Dr. Gerald Liu, assistant professor of worship and preaching, Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey
Dr. Jonathan Tran, associate professor, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

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Registration fee: $25 (includes lunch)
Registration deadline: Monday, March 27

For more information, contact the Office of Multicultural Relations or David Chao.

The colloquium is cosponsored by the Office of Multicultural Relations, Church Relations, Continuing Education, the Asian American Program, and the Asian Association at Princeton Seminary.

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Scholar and Theological Educator

Kathleen M. O’Connor , Class of 1984

“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature, altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”