Category: Culture & Identity

A Confucian Trinity Is Not The God of The Bible

The Christ of the New Testament is not a Confucian son of Filial Piety, but a Prince of Shalom. And therein lies the critical difference.

/ January 31, 2017

I’m Leaving Social Media…For Now

One Reformed Margins contributor explains why he's stepping away from social media. For a time.

/ December 28, 2016

Advent and the Nature of Time and Space

If you are serious about your Christian identity, having a Liturgical calendar that you faithfully abide by, especially in a world that constantly bombards you with advertisements and identity politics, is especially helpful. In other words, consistently observing things like...

/ December 22, 2016

Three Evangelicals Walk into a Race Conversation

Before we can enter into meaningful discussions about race we must be realistic about the people having those conversations.

/ November 18, 2016

Why I’m still an Evangelical after the 2016 US Election

It's not because I wanted Trump to win.

/ November 16, 2016

A Reformer in the Margins: Theodore Beza

Who was Theodore Beza and how does knowing him help us understand our Reformation roots today?

/ October 31, 2016

(Racial) Diversity and Reformed Identity

(Racial) Diversity within our Theological Community helps us all form a stronger sense of Theological identity and sense of self.

/ October 24, 2016

On Being a Third-Culture Reformed Theologian

Guest writer Nathaniel Gray Sutanto describes the unique insights and difficulties of a third-culture Reformed Theologian.

/ August 1, 2016

James Choi & Asian American Responses to Race Issues

An Asian American response to racial injustice must be met with both mercy and justice.

/ June 7, 2016