Living Faith between Global Kingdom and Local Dictatorship: Understanding Political Crisis and Democratic Movement in Myanmar
Thank you for your interest in "Living Faith between Global Kingdom and Local Dictatorship: Understanding Political Crisis and Democratic Movement in Myanmar." David Moe is a PhD candidate at Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, KY, USA. He is originally from Myanmar, a Buddhist dominant country with an ethnic Chin Christian minority background in Southeast Asia. He has published numerous articles in Encyclopedia, book chapters, and academic journals. He serves on four editorial teams of International Journal of Public Theology, Journal of Religious Studies and Intercultural Theology, Missiology: An International Review, and Asian American Theological Forum. His research interests are Buddhist nationalism and ethnic conflict in Southeast Asia, reconciliation, Asian public theology of religions, and world Christianity. He has been actively participating in the protests against the Myanmar military coup as a public speaker and as a panel speaker at some institutions, including Harvard University's s Religion and Public Life Program.
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