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.

On the Road with Sages and Saviors
Unexpected Roots and Unexpected Life
By Easten Law

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?