Born in Vietnam and raised in Houston, Texas, Phuc Luu seeks the integration and writes about the intersection of art, philosophy, and theology. His work has appeared in the Amerasia Journal (UCLA), The Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling, the Truett Journal of Church and Mission, and NPR’s This I Believe. He has been interviewed by the Houston Chronicle on the subject of art and religion and has published on a variety topics such as Medieval philosophy, pastoral care, theology and culture, philosophy of religion, and art and culture. Phuc Luu holds advance degrees in theology and philosophy. He has served on the Nobel Peace Prize Committee for the American Friends Service Committee (Quakers) for seven years as a task group member. He has taught philosophy and theology at Sam Houston State University and Houston Baptist University and working on a forthcoming book, Jesus of the East.
You are a God-bearer.
Wait with the Divine in the tension of difference.
Have faith in God to birth the divine through you.
What is your song of hope to sing?
The Kingdom of God is birthed through presence.
A Resurrection Sunday meditation.