Jung Ha Kim is a senior lecturer in sociology at Georgia State University in Atlanta. She is author of Bridge-Makers and Cross-Bearers: Korean American Women and the Church (Scholars Press, 1997), co-author of Singing the Lord’s Song in a New Land: Korean American Practices of Faith (Westminster John Knox Press, 2005) and co-editor of Religions in Asian America: Building Faith […]
Facing the Giants opened in more than 400 theaters Sept. 29, 2006. Distributed by Provident Films, a division of Sony Pictures, the film was made by Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Ga., and stars members of the church’s staff.
The American Anglican Council was founded in 1996 to call the Episcopal Church back to the apostolic faith, according AAC president and CEO the Rt. Rev. David C. Anderson. The AAC was a founding member of the Anglican Church in North America in 2009. Contact through communications officer Robert Lundy.
Read an Atlanta Journal-Constitution story from April 2, 2004 about Archbishop John F. Donoghue order of priests from that archdiocese to not wash women’s feet.
This March 24, 2013, piece in Salon is excerpted from The Bonobo and the Atheist: In Search of Humanism Among the Primates by Frans de Waal and discusses the growing divide between religious and non-religious people.
Dennis McCann, Professor Emeritus of Bible and Religion at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Ga., has written about liberation theology and business ethics.
Michael J. Perry is the Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law at Emory University in Georgia and specializes in religious liberty issues and religious influences over politics. He is author of Religion, Politics and Nonestablishment, among others.
Marketplace Leaders Ministries describes itself as “a voice and agent to create tools that inspire, teach, and connect Christian believers to resources and relationships in order to manifest the life of Christ in their workplace call.” It is run by President and Chairman, Os Hillman.