Art direction and graphic design: Evan Rosa
Art direction and graphic design: Evan Rosa
4.24.2021

Have You Eaten Yet?

Hospitality, Solidarity, and the Great Banquet of Justice

David de Leon

,

Matthew Croasmun

,

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Art direction and graphic design: Evan Rosa
Episode No. 64
4.24.2021

Have You Eaten Yet?

Hospitality, Solidarity, and the Great Banquet of Justice

David de Leon & Matt Croasmun

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4.24.2021

Have You Eaten Yet?

Hospitality, Solidarity, and the Great Banquet of Justice

Hospitality, Solidarity, and the Great Banquet of Justice

David de Leon

,

Matthew Croasmun

,

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Art direction and graphic design: Evan Rosa
Art direction and graphic design: Evan Rosa
4.24.2021

Have You Eaten Yet?

Hospitality, Solidarity, and the Great Banquet of Justice

David de Leon

,

Matthew Croasmun

,

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"Kumain ka na ba?”—Have you eaten yet? (Tagalog) This beautiful phrase of welcome and care and intimacy evokes and offers more than just the pleasure and nourishment of a meal. It calls out to the hunger, the thirst, and the need for love that we can greet in one another. David de Leon joins Matt Croasmun for a discussion of hospitality and solidarity and justice, applying the parable of the Great Banquet to cultures of inhospitality, and especially to the context of the increased targeting, discrimination, marginalization, and violence against the Asian American community over the past year.

David de Leon
Theologian
Matthew Croasmun
Associate Research Scholar

David de Leon joins Matt Croasmun for a discussion of hospitality and solidarity and justice, applying the parable of the Great Banquet to cultures of inhospitality, and especially to the context of the increased targeting, discrimination, marginalization, and violence against the Asian American community over the past year.

"Kumain ka na ba?”—Have you eaten yet? (Tagalog) This beautiful phrase of welcome and care and intimacy evokes and offers more than just the pleasure and nourishment of a meal. It calls out to the hunger, the thirst, and the need for love that we can greet in one another. David de Leon joins Matt Croasmun for a discussion of hospitality and solidarity and justice, applying the parable of the Great Banquet to cultures of inhospitality, and especially to the context of the increased targeting, discrimination, marginalization, and violence against the Asian American community over the past year.

David de Leon
Theologian
Matthew Croasmun
Associate Research Scholar

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