Tag: race

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

Calling All Writers!

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

/ June 29, 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

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

Four Questions for Speaking Better

In a world marred by sin, communication is no less broken. Given the ongoing discussion of race within the evangelical church, here are four questions for loving others better with our speech.

/ April 7, 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

To the Reformed World: Minorities Are Here to Stay

Minorities are moving the conversation in the Reformed world. That's a good thing.

/ April 1, 2016

Don’t Waste Your Race: Racial Stewardship (2)

Applying racial stewardship to real life.

/ March 23, 2016

Don’t Waste Your Race: Racial Stewardship (1)

Exploring race as a gift to be stewarded by all evangelicals on mission.

/ March 22, 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