Religious Harmony in Indonesia: The Source of Tolerance

by Nur Aqmarina Ade Puspasari Indonesia has a large population of 257.9 million people (2017), the fourth largest population in the world. The total population is divided into several tribes with different local languages, more precisely there are 1,340 ethnicities including Javanese, Sudanese, Batak, Ambon, Bugis, etc. There are an estimated 736 regional languages. To […]

Korean, Confucian, Catholic.

by Theo Poward South Korea is a fascinating country for any student of Theology. Recently, I was lucky enough to attend a remembrance service that stands at the forefront of liturgical developments aimed at answering questions that are endlessly raised about how to balance local and global theological identities.   Background Christianity has been on […]