I want to thank the Quaker Theological Discussion Group and especially Carole Spencer for putting this session together and for inviting me to be part of this book review of Jennifer Buck’s book Reframing the House. Though I am not a Quaker, I do teach at a Quaker institution, Earlham School of Religion, so it is an honor to be part of this session and to review this fine book.
Reframing the House is an interesting read on the global church and ecumenical theology which is a pertinent topic of our time. Our world is getting smaller and smaller and we are living in a global world where people are migrating and immigrating. We live in an inter-dependent and inter-reliant world. What happens in Asia affects us here in North America and what happens here in North America affects those in Africa.
Kim, Grace Ji-Sun
"A Review of Jennifer Buck's Reframing the House: Constructive Feminist Global Ecclesiology for the Western Evangelical Church (Pickwick Publications),"
Quaker Religious Thought: Vol. 132, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/qrt/vol132/iss1/3