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Reflections on How We Discuss Politics at Church


(Note: Below is a reflection on the problems with how we discuss politics at church. For context, I’ve noticed this pattern in the churches I either attend or am familiar with, which are largely evangelical, conservative, Asian American, and multi-generational with leadership over the age of 50.) Shortly after the 2012 presidential elections, I engaged … Continue reading

Seek Justice: A Chinese and Japanese American Christian Response to Social Justice


Written May 2009 as my final thesis for my Bachelors of Arts in Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University.   Abstract This article examines how Asian American Christians in Los Angeles County have applied their faith to social justice. Using literature-based research and interviews with 16 Chinese and Japanese American Christians, the author … Continue reading

AAPI Christians for Social Justice Conference: October 12-13, 2012


AAPI-CSJ to Hold Historic Event: Asian American & Pacific Islanders Seeking Biblical Values and Social Justice Conference Have you ever wondered, “How would Jesus vote?” Are you seeking opportunities to expand your perspective on important social issues and how they relate to your faith? You can join the open discussion at the conference Asian American … Continue reading

The Struggles of Discussing Race in the Asian American Evangelical Church


Reposted at Racialicious.com and bytheirstrangefruit.blogspot.com.   Recently, while attending one of the most ethnically diverse evangelical seminaries in the nation, I found myself in an environment where I had to defend the argument that race still matters. Don’t get me wrong; students and faculty alike openly discussed ethnic and societal culture; and although all were … Continue reading

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