The Unadjusted Gospel and the Asian American Church

April 26, 2010

A few weeks ago, at a pre-conference titled Asian Americans Building Healthy Churches, Dr. Jeffrey Jue (Westminster Theological Seminary) presented a talk, “The Unadjusted Gospel and the Asian American Church.” Listen to the audio of the talk (~ 40 mins):

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In Dr. Jue’s talk, he evaluated perspectives of other Asian American theologians, noted that culture and ethnicity are not inherently evil and described how the Asian American church has an unique role for the advancement of the Gospel.

Aside: prior to the Together for the Gospel pre-conference, Jeremy Yong (with Geoff Chang and Jeremy Eng) posted a blog discussion, “Why Start An English Ministry?” — Part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4.

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