Tag: culture

From Chinese Self-Deprecation And American Self-Confidence To Christian Self-Forgetfulness

Christian humility is much more than self-deprecation or mere honesty; it is self-forgetfulness in loving others to the glory of God.

/ August 21, 2017

Why Are We Hesitating? Thoughts About God’s Love

Many Reformed Christians are hesitating when it comes to experiencing and speaking of God's love. Why and what are we missing out on?

/ May 19, 2017

Introducing City Image: A Podcast for the City, by the City

Bryant Parsons, Richard Bowman, and Danny Ortiz have launched a new podcast focused on the issues confronting Christians in urban America.

/ March 15, 2017

Book Review: No Little Women by Amiee Byrd

What does it mean to be a Christian woman? Amiee Byrd's latest book addresses this important topic and offers us her wisdom on the value of women in the church.

/ January 23, 2017

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

Calling All Writers!

The Reformed Margins team is looking for writers who want to join the team as guest contributors.

/ June 29, 2016

The Value of My Korean Cultural Identity

"What I had considered as my disadvantages were actually gifts from God that I could use to serve the church." - Eunjin Kim

/ February 1, 2016

“White Theology”? (Part Three)

Does contextual theology hinder missions? Most importantly for Evangelicals, does it lead to relativism?

/ January 22, 2016
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Book Review: One Gospel for All Nations by Jackson Wu

What is the "biblical" approach to contextualization? Read and see how Jackson Wu's latest work addresses this important topic.

/ December 28, 2015

Does God Redeem Us from Our Culture? (Part 2)

Since God has redeemed us out of our cultures, how then are we to live? Mark Jeong shows a third way between assimilation and rejection of culture.

/ December 14, 2015