What was it that Jesus did that made some people hate him so much as to try to kill him? What was his message? Although there were those who sought to kill Jesus, he had a large following. Many people adored him. Some even traveled many miles on foot to see him and hear his word. What was it about Jesus Christ that attracted all these people? These are some of the questions that H.C. Kim tries to answer through his poetry. These poems will move you in ways that you have not imagined possible.
Unconditional Election: Poems is a collection of masterful poetry written by the poet par excellence, H. C. Kim. He has written many books of poetry, including Transition: Poems. H. C. Kim is particularly known for developing poetry-in-motion style of poetry. H. C. Kim writes his poetry as a person of wisdom who has travelled many lands and experienced many things in life. H. C. Kim has lived over three years in Israel and is fluent in Modern Hebrew.
The Christian Spirit: A Poetic Reflection on Philippians is a poetic commentary on the Biblical book of Philippians. This is fourth in the series: Poetic Reflections on the Bible. In this audiobook, H. C. Kim, the poet-theologian, explores the inner workings of the theology of St. Paul, the Apostle-Missionary. His analysis is insightful, and he makes complex theology accessible to even those who have never taken a course on the Bible.
Jewish identity. Perhaps, no other socio-psychological phenomena has gone through so many shifts, tribulations, elation, and changes. Jewish identity and experiences have been a source of much intellectual interest and discussion for philosophers and literary geniuses in the history of humanity, such as Hillel, St. Paul, Ibn Ezra, Maimonides, Calvin, Mann, Levinas, Herzl, etc. In this fine tradition and in the class of such geniuses, H. C. Kim has produced a volume of literature that will certainly rank among the most elite in the genre.
"A Political and Religious Polemic"
In this collection of poems, H. C. Kim focuses on the immediate events leading up to the first Easter and ponders the resurrection message. The first Easter two thousand years ago was not celebrated by hordes of people as if it were just another holiday. On that day, Jesus of Nazareth found his disciples frightened and tearful. The followers of Jesus Christ were recovering from the sadness they felt at the horrific manner in which Jesus had been beaten, humiliated, and crucified.
The Korean Soul: A Collection of Poems by H. C. Kim explores themes and ideas that are of importance to Koreans around the world, such as the current stand-off between South Korea and North Korea. By hearing H. C. Kim's poems, the listener will be able to see through the soul of Koreans. These poems are powerful testimonies to collective experiences of a people who boast 5,000+ years of history.
Samuel from America and Pierre from France are joined together in an adventure of a life time as they live in Israel for one year, participating in foreign exchange study. Samuel and Pierre decide that they will experience Israeli culture to the fullest and meet as many Israelis as possible. How can a couple of foreigners who just arrived in Israel who do not have much knowledge of the local language or customs go about doing this? A special operation that involves courage and commitment. Thus, Operation Food Know is born.
The Korean Spirit: Poems is a collection of poems that captures the hopes and the fears of ethnic Koreans around the world. Korean anxiety, heightened by the inclusion of North Korea as an axis of evil power impeding the Korean aspiration for a united Korea, has created a search for harmony among Korean individuals and Korean groups. Many of the poems in this collection express the collectively, although often privately, shared sentiment of the Korean people regarding global politics and international relations.
Life is all about transitions. Changes. We encounter experiences and peoples, and our life is never the same after that. In his new volume of poems, Transitions: Poems, dedicated to three Cambridge University graduates, the poet H. C. Kim beautifully explores wonders in human experiences. Kim's artful skill as a poet is the impressionistic way in which he is able to capture events, people, experiences, and life. The reader is guided through a life's journey as if in a cinematic experience.
Total Depravity: Poems bring together poems that explore love, passion, and human sensuality. The poems highlight sensual beauty in the mundane patterns of daily life and celebrate the beauty inherent in the feminine form. The collection contains metaphoric poems exploring feminine beauty and sensual expression in today's technological devices, such as the USB cord.
Limited Atonement: Poems is a collection of poems by the famed Korean-American poet, H. C. Kim. He has spearheaded the poetry-in-motion style of poetry writing and this collection of poems artistically follows this wonderfully creative style. The collection of poems expresses the poet's thoughts about life, experience, the world, and the aesthetics of being.