Easten Law is the Assistant Director for Academic Programs at the Overseas Ministries Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary. He completed in PhD from Georgetown University with a focus on lived theology, religious pluralism, and public life in contemporary China. He enjoys long walks, arts of all kinds, and hot tea.
Amidst this raging pandemic, I wondered what my roots were made of? If I am cut down, will I begin to decompose or will my life find other ways of springing forth?