The one in the many: Christian identity in a multicultural world
Copublished with the Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship, this collection of essays is both compelling and timely: compelling because it comes from a Christian college struggling to make multiculturalism a reality, timely because it allows Christian academics to join the national and international discourse on the meaning of cultural diversity. The authors present a range of viewpoints but they share a desire to communicate about what is, and what should be, as Christians engage multiculturalism.
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A Kenotic Model of Multicultural Encounter
A Response to Thomas R Thompson
A Response to Caesar Molebatsi
A Response to David
A Response to Steven
Some Concluding Remarks
A Meditation for a Multicultural Year
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