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.

A Word to Millennials Repenting of Their Fundamentalism

An encouragement to millennial Christians that we repent of our former fundamentalist ways with humility.

/ November 27, 2017

Radical Inclusivity Within the Church: A Story from the Margins

Personal reflections on Larry's journey to the gospel, to Reformed theology, and to the gospel again.

/ November 14, 2017

Sola Scriptura (in Chinese American Perspective)

In recognition of the Reformation’s 500th anniversary, Reformed Margins will be reflecting on the five solas this October. The five solas are regarded by many as the five pillars of the Reformation, and we at Reformed Margins are proud to...

/ October 5, 2017
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A Ministry on the Margins: Sunny’s Story

A Chinese international student with a PhD in psychology gets saved and falls in love with Reformed theology in America. Find out what happens next!

/ September 5, 2017

7 Issues in the Chinese American Church

A look at some prominent challenges that the Chinese American church faces today.

/ August 3, 2017

“…But a crushed spirit who can bear?”

Thoughts from Proverbs 18:14 during Mental Health Awareness Month.

/ May 12, 2017

The Legitimacy of Ethnic Churches in Multi-Ethnic Contexts

Three realities that point to the legitimacy of ethnic churches in multi-ethnic contexts.

/ April 18, 2017

Ethnic Churches in America: A Conversation

Are ethnic churches biblically unfaithful? A fruitful conversation between Clark Fobes, Daniel Eng, and myself.

/ March 20, 2017

Reflecting on T4G’s “The Future of the Asian American Church”

Was it just me or was a big question largely left unanswered? Here are a few of my (very late) reflections on T4G's "The Future of the Asian American Church" gathering along with a gentle push for further reflection.

/ January 25, 2017