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Contribution to Book
Racial Identity and Solidarity
Asian American Christian Ethics: Voices, Methods, Issues (2015)
  • Ki Joo Choi, Seton Hall University
This groundbreaking volume presents the collective work of twelve Christian ethicists of Asian descent in the U.S. who map the new and burgeoning field of study located at the juncture of Christian ethics and Asian American studies. Led by Grace Kao and Ilsup Ahn, these scholars identify the purposes and chart the contours of what constitutes a distinctly Asian American Christian ethical approach to moral concerns. 'Asian American Christian Ethics' rethinks perennial issues in Christian ethics, pressing social matters, and issues of special interest to Asian Americans. Each chapter utilizes classical Christian sources read from the particular vantage point of Asian American Christian theology, ethics, and culture. An ideal volume for researchers, teachers, and students alike, 'Asian American Christian Ethics' articulates the foundations, questions, and goals of this vibrant and flourishing field of study.
  • Christian ethics,
  • Asian Americans,
  • Religion
Publication Date
Grace Y. Kao, Ilsup Ahn
Baylor University Press
Citation Information
Ki Joo Choi. "Racial Identity and Solidarity" WacoAsian American Christian Ethics: Voices, Methods, Issues (2015) p. 131 - 152
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