How Asian Americans Can Gain a Voice in the Conversation

If you’ve been following the conversation on Lecrae’s reverse exodus from white evangelicalism, you will know that I planned to write a response from an Asian American standpoint. This is that response.

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The Urgency to Transform White Evangelicalism: Reflections on Bryan Loritts’ Response to My Open Letter to Piper on Lecrae’s Departure

Bryan Loritts’ response to what I wrote in Ed Stetzer’s section in Christianity Today is clear evidence that things NEED to change within white evangelicalism, and they need to change far more quickly than I initially foresaw. In fact, the content and tone of his response confirms everything I said should be of concern to white evangelicalism.

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Open Letter to John Piper on White Evangelicalism and Multiethnic Relations

For all of evangelicalism’s existence, a disproportionate burden has been placed on communities of color to adapt, adjust, assimilate, and acquiesce to the white expressions of Christianity. This is why evangelicals of color broadly understand the adjective “white” being added to evangelicalism, while white evangelicals have a hard time seeing how their evangelicalism is white.

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