What we saw or read this week: Asian-Americans and the problem of being a model minority, Chris Bosh's brush with death, and why the church needs to talk about race.
Reformed Christians are often accused of denying the freedom of the human will. Does the Westminster Confession help?
At Reformed Margins, we want to highlight the stories of ethnic minority Reformed thinkers. This week, Howard Quach, a graduate student at Westminster Theological Seminary shares how he found salvation in Jesus Christ and embraced the truths found within Reformed...
Part two to a personal account and reflection on what the ethnic church can teach the Reformed church.
Is language sufficient to communicate God’s truth or does it limit what God is able to say to his people?
An emotional reflection on the reported targeting of Christians and other religious people during a mass shooting in Oregon.
At Reformed Margins, we want to highlight the stories of ethnic minority Reformed thinkers. This week, Kevin Garcia, a blogger from Gospel District. Here’s his story! “Why are you so naïve about the real world?” My father would often ask...
Many in the Reformed world want to keep egalitarians from having a seat at the table. Marcos Pushes back.
Sometimes, the church can seem so divided. Communion, however, is one thing that can unite Christians together.
The best answer is that it depends!