All posts by Andrew Ong

Andrew is an ABC (American Born Chinese) born to ABCs from Northern California. After completing a B.A. in Psychology and Social Behavior at the University of California, Irvine, he moved to Philadelphia for his MDiv at Westminster Theological Seminary. He and his beautiful wife currently live in Scotland where he is pursuing a PhD in World Christianity at the University of Edinburgh, researching Chinese American evangelicals and Neo-Calvinist theology. Andrew's a simple guy whose passions include: sushi, pizza, nachos, and the Golden State Warriors. On his less sanctified days he lives by the maxim: #ballislife.

Questioning Calvinism aka “Big God Theology”

How "Big God Theology" often falls off the tracks and how we can prevent this.

/ April 13, 2016

Don’t Waste Your Race: Racial Stewardship (2)

Applying racial stewardship to real life.

/ March 23, 2016

Don’t Waste Your Race: Racial Stewardship (1)

Exploring race as a gift to be stewarded by all evangelicals on mission.

/ March 22, 2016

Seeing Christ in 1 Sam 11: Kings, Serpents, & Swords

Exploring 1 Samuel 11 to understand why King Jesus trumps Trump, Clinton, and every other king.

/ March 7, 2016
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Dear Phil Johnson, About Your Response to Thabiti…

Some questions for my brother, Phil Johnson, regarding his recent exchange with my other brother, Thabiti Anyabwile.

/ February 17, 2016

A 6-Month Old Husband’s Reflections

A new(b) husband shares 6 things he's been learning during his first 6 months of marriage.

/ February 8, 2016

“White Theology”? (Part Three)

Does contextual theology hinder missions? Most importantly for Evangelicals, does it lead to relativism?

/ January 22, 2016

“White Theology”? (Part Two)

It's time to address some objections. Here are some thoughts on why I purposely don't give examples of "white theology" and why I think that such a concept actually serves the unity of the church.

/ January 21, 2016

“White Theology”? (Part One)

Is there really such a thing as "white theology"? In this post I explain where this concept comes from and both what I meant and DID not mean by previously alluding to it.

/ January 20, 2016
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Book Review: One Gospel for All Nations by Jackson Wu

What is the "biblical" approach to contextualization? Read and see how Jackson Wu's latest work addresses this important topic.

/ December 28, 2015