Month: October 2015

Reading the Margins – 10.16.2015

What we saw or read this week: Lessons from the Italian immigration, millenials and being white, and photographs from the Swahili coast.

/ October 16, 2015

Lessons from the Korean Church – Sacrificial Love

No matter where you go, you will encounter Korean Christians. Find out what you can learn from the Korean church’s emphasis on sacrifice.

/ October 15, 2015

Stop Tolerating Sin

A stream of teaching in the Reformed tradition has led some to take their sin lightly instead of seriously.

/ October 14, 2015
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4x I wished I was white

One minority voice speculating about how his life might be different if he was afforded some white privilege.

/ October 13, 2015

Reading the Margins – 10.9.2015

What we saw or read this week: Asian-Americans and the problem of being a model minority, Chris Bosh's brush with death, and why the church needs to talk about race.

/ October 9, 2015

Understanding Free Will

Reformed Christians are often accused of denying the freedom of the human will. Does the Westminster Confession help?

/ October 8, 2015

My Reformed Journey: Howard Quach

At Reformed Margins, we want to highlight the stories of ethnic minority Reformed thinkers. This week, Howard Quach, a graduate student at Westminster Theological Seminary shares how he found salvation in Jesus Christ and embraced the truths found within Reformed...

/ October 6, 2015

Lessons from the Ethnic Church, Part II

Part two to a personal account and reflection on what the ethnic church can teach the Reformed church.

/ October 6, 2015

“Did God Really Say…?”

Is language sufficient to communicate God’s truth or does it limit what God is able to say to his people?

/ October 5, 2015

There are Martyrs Among the Dead

An emotional reflection on the reported targeting of Christians and other religious people during a mass shooting in Oregon.

/ October 2, 2015