Namsoon Kang Quotes

Top 13 wise famous quotes and sayings by Namsoon Kang

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Namsoon Kang quotes: Theological discourse can be, in and of itself, a form of identity and solidarity. Theological discourse can be, in and of itself, a form of identity and solidarity.
Namsoon Kang quotes: Religion is about hospitality, solidarity, and responsibility or it is nothing at all. Religion is about hospitality, solidarity, and responsibility or it is nothing at all.
Namsoon Kang quotes: Cosmopolitan theology is a theology for _the impossible_. Cosmopolitan theology is a theology for _the impossible_.
Namsoon Kang quotes: Cosmopolitan discourse ... provides one with a _public gaze_ with which one can relate oneself to others in a different way. Cosmopolitan discourse ... provides one with a _public gaze_ with which one can relate oneself to others in a different way.
Namsoon Kang quotes: I believe theology should be about one's way of life, a kind of gaze into onesself and others, and a mode of one's profound existence in the world. I believe theology should be about one's way of life, a kind of gaze into onesself and others, and a mode of one's profound existence in the world.
Namsoon Kang quotes: The overall theme of theology can be twofold: the search for meaning and the responsibility one has to the others. The overall theme of theology can be twofold: the search for meaning and the responsibility one has to the others.
Namsoon Kang quotes: Cosmopolitanism starts from the _singular_ individual rather than the _faceless_ collective Cosmopolitanism starts from the _singular_ individual rather than the _faceless_ collective
Namsoon Kang quotes: I want to affirm that thinking and living, knowing and doing, theory and practice intersect. I want to affirm that thinking and living, knowing and doing, theory and practice intersect.
Namsoon Kang quotes: I believe recognizing the presence of the face of the other as existent, no matter who/what one is, is one of the core messages of Jesus' teaching. I believe recognizing the presence of the face of the other as existent, no matter who/what one is, is one of the core messages of Jesus' teaching.