Category: Culture & Identity

“But You Were Raised White”

Marcos reflects on being a bi-racial man and how it informs his worldview.

/ December 30, 2015

On Being Bicultural and Christian

What does it mean to be bicultural and Christian? How might a dual culture identity be used by God for his kingdom?

/ December 15, 2015

Some Reflections on Mark Jones’ “Reformed Catholicity”

Many within the Reformed movement are adopting a more “catholic” spirit. In many ways, this has always been the case among minority Christians.

/ November 12, 2015
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The Psychology of a White Person Reading a Post about Race

Guest contributor James Duguid shares what goes through his “white” mind when he reads things like Reformed Margins.

/ November 2, 2015

Lessons from the Korean Church – Respecting Your Elders

Respecting elders is not a particularly American value. Find out what you can learn from the Korean church’s emphasis on respecting elders.

/ October 22, 2015

4x I was glad to be Asian

No matter who you are, you have enjoyed some kind of privilege in your life. Will you take it for granted or will you acknowledge it use and use it to serve others?

/ October 19, 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
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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

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

Lessons from the Ethnic Church, Part I

What can we learn from the ethnic church as Reformed Christians? What might they teach us about love, unity, and family?

/ September 24, 2015