“Discovering that the Bible itself presents this teaching [the cultural mandate given to humanity] and that there are conceptual resources that are available — particularly in the social sciences but also in philosophy — that help us to draw out and make explicit what is implicit in Scripture has been tremendously healing and validating as a person of color as well as a woman.” — Lisa Sung
Listen in as WAP associate Caroline Triscik interviews theologian Lisa Sung about her experience as an evangelical scholar in a Catholic seminary, her insights on the ways race, ethnicity, and gender affect our lives, and her journey of spiritual formation.
"This past spring, the Women in the Academy and Professions team sat down with Lisa Sung over Gino’s East pizza near Mundelein, Illinois. Sharing about her recent experiences as the evangelical scholar in residence at the University of Saint Mary of the Lake, Lisa brought hope for unity in the Church, as well as her thoughts on race, ethnicity, and gender related to her dissertation research. In this podcast episode, WAP associate Caroline Triscik continues the conversation with Lisa about the ecumenical church, the relationship between spiritual and theological formation, and engaging in beneficial spiritual practices to remain connected with Jesus as a woman in academia."
You can listen on iTunes or at All Shall Be Well: Conversations with Women in the Academy and Beyond. We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did.
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