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I Started Attending Diwali Parties to Break Out o… – ChristianityToday.com

“We have turned into the kind of Indians we have always hated.”I cringed. I couldn’t believe my husband would say something like this—at least out loud. But inside, I agreed.Though we are both ethnically Indian, I grew up in the Middle East among other Indian immigrants, while my husband was born and raised in India in a town where his family has lived for generations.We’ve both been living in the […]

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My Top 5 Books on the Sinicization of Christianit… – ChristianityToday.com

The following books are selected by Fenggang Yang, a professor of sociology and the founding director of the Center on Religion and the Global East at Purdue University. He is the author of Chinese Christians in America: Conversion, Assimilation, and Adhesive Identities, Religion in China: Survival and Revival under Communist Rule, and Atlas of Religion in China: Social and Geographical Contexts.The word Sinicization usually means assimilation into Chinese culture, particularly […]

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The Unusual Epistle that Helps Me Counsel on Sexu… – ChristianityToday.com

In this Close Reading series, biblical scholars reflect on a passage in their area of expertise that has been formational in their own discipleship and continues to speak to them today.I had just finished a class lecture on the theology of sin in the New Testament, and a student wanted to continue the conversation after class. Her pensive expression gave me some alarm. My mind began to race through all […]

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October 2023 | The Magazine – ChristianityToday.com

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Lifeway Research: 8 encouraging trends in global Christianity for 2024 – baptistmessenger.com

Select PagePosted by Aaron Earls | Jan 31, 2024 | Culture & Oklahoma, FeatureOur view of Christianity is limited. We often only directly observe and experience the movement of God’s Kingdom in our local context. Even mission trips to other areas only give us a brief glimpse at the work of Christ somewhere else.We can expand our gaze across time by reading church history and seeing how God moved in previous generations. […]

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Paul’s View on Death Changed Mine – ChristianityToday.com

In this Close Reading series, biblical scholars reflect on a passage in their area of expertise that has been formational in their own discipleship and continues to speak to them today.There’s a Latin phrase that has become a part of the Book of Common Prayer: “Media vita in morte sumus.” In the midst of life we are in death.As I age, one of the unexpected new realities in my life […]

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1. Christianity among Asian Americans – Pew Research Center

Read our research on: Immigration & Migration | Podcasts | Election 2024Read our research on: Immigration & Migration | Podcasts | Election 2024Despite recent declines, Christianity is still the most common religion among Asian Americans. About a third of Asian American adults (34%) say their present religion is Christianity, down from 42% when Pew Research Center last conducted an in-depth survey of Asian Americans, in 2012.Looking at the largest subgroups […]

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The U.S. doesn't base its government on 'biblical Christianity,' other types of Christianity or any religion – Americans United for Separation of Church and State

It is more important than ever that we come together to fight for church-state separation and the issues that depend on it— LGBTQ+ rights, reproductive rights, protecting public schools and more. Join us in April and together we will build a stronger democracy. Search Search Search Search Feb 08, 2024   Rob Boston Stay up to date on the latest on religious freedom. Subscribe now. Over the years, I’ve heard, […]

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What Toby Keith Taught Us About the Songs We Need… – ChristianityToday.com

This piece was adapted from Russell Moore’s newsletter. Subscribe here.He should’ve been a cowboy. He should’ve learned to rope and ride. But he didn’t. Toby Keith learned instead how to sing and to write and to perform.He was so good at it that when he sang “How Do You Like Me Now?!” (about how an old girlfriend who never thought he would make it gets to hear him every morning […]

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