All posts by Reformed Margins

Reformed Margins exists to celebrate the glory of God and exalt the person and work of Jesus Christ among the nations. We pray that this site provides a platform for Reformed Christian thinkers from various ethnic minority backgrounds to join in the broader Reformed and Evangelical conversations.

Idolatry and the Image of God

Guest contributor Ekemini Uwan meditates on the collision of idolatry and the Image-bearers, and how Jesus as Second Adam sets everything right.

/ January 4, 2017

Common Grace, Co-Belligerence, and This Lamentable Election Cycle

Ekemini Uwan approaches next week's election through the lens of the Reformed doctrines of common grace and co-belligerence in order to lead us to hope.

/ November 3, 2016

Reading the Margins – 5.13.2016

What we saw or read recently: "I feel like" statements, thoughts on Black Lives Matter, and the rejection of nativism in the American church.

/ May 13, 2016

Reading the Margins – 4.29.2016

What we saw or read recently: staying alert in spiritual warfare, personal convictions in pluralistic societies, and how to engage with others online.

/ April 29, 2016

Reading the Margins – 4.15.2016

What we saw or read recently: masculinity, the white messiah complex, discomfort in race discussions, what an apology is, and strategies for perseverance in ministry.

/ April 15, 2016

When Looking Through a Gospel Lens – Guest Post from Lisa Robinson

Today our good friend and guest contributor, Lisa Robinson, heeds James White’s insistence upon seeing through a gospel lens. ___________________________ As the kerfuffle involving James White and his observations about a youth he observed has unfolded, needless to say the...

/ April 4, 2016

Reading the Margins – 3.18.2016

What we saw or read this week: counseling children, black churches close down, Asian American leadership, and HIllsong.

/ March 18, 2016

Reading the Margins – 3.11.2016

What we saw or read this week: the posture of missional work, the color-blind theory of race, the pattern of churchgoing black men, and African revival in Orange County.

/ March 11, 2016

Reformed But…

Reformed Margins is excited to introduce Oldson Duclos, a graduate of Cairn University and church planter in North Carolina. He joins us this morning as a guest contributor and describes his journey into the Reformed Tradition. I’m glad to finally...

/ October 23, 2015

Introducing Bryant Parsons

Reformed Margins is very excited to introduce our newest full-time contributor, Bryant Parsons! Bryant has written previously for the Reformed African-American Network, has been quoted in Christianity Today, and is in his final year of graduate studies at Westminster Theological...

/ October 20, 2015