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Recap: Asian American Theology Conference 2019

The 2019 Asian American Theology Conference at Princeton Theological Seminary explores the intersection of immigration, providence, and political action.

The 2019 Asian American Theology Conference, March 29-30 at Princeton Theological Seminary, explored the intersection of immigration, providence, and political action.

This conference addressed and problematized contemporary concerns about the “political apathy” of Asian Americans from historical, sociological, political, and theological perspectives by asking: How does the racialized history of Asian immigration to America relate to the contemporary political activities of Asian Americans? Does religious identity and Christian faith motivate greater or lesser civic engagement? Moreover, how do we measure political activity and how can the missional activities of Asian American churches expand our categories of the “political”? Where do we go from here? We gathered leaders from various disciplines in Asian American studies and the theological guild along with organizers and thought leaders from Asian American communities for fresh conversations around these questions.

Photos

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View highlights from the conference in the photo gallery.


Video

Watch selected lectures from the conference on the 2019 Asian American Theology Conference playlist on YouTube.


Audio



Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Pastor at Grace Presbyterian Church, Crystal City, Missouri

Joshua Noah, Class of 2015

“Through my field education placement at Trinity Presbyterian Church in East Brunswick, New Jersey, I discovered my gift to minister to all age groups.”