Register here for Quaker Theological Discussion Group panels 1 and 2, January 7–8 2022!
The first QTDG panel discussion will happen via Zoom on January 7, 2022 from 8–10am PST / 11am–1pm EST / 4–6pm GMT. All are welcome to attend. The second panel will be announced shortly and will be the same time on January 8.
Panel 1: Quaker Approaches to Understanding the Holy Spirit: Pneumatologies in Global Perspective
Panelists Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Stephen Angell and respondent Laurel Kearns explore a Quaker understanding of the Holy Spirit for the 21st century, a pneumatology that can transform us into a community that can enact climate justice and draw on deep spiritual connection to do the work of repair and reconciliation this time will require.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Professor of Theology at Earlham School of Religion. Author of Invisible: Theology and the Experience of Asian American Women and Reimagining Spirit: Wind, Breath, and Vibration.
Laurel Kearns, Professor of Sociology of Religion and Environmental Studies at Drew Theological School and the Graduate Division of Religion of Drew University. Editor of Ecospirit: Religions and Philosophies for the Earth.