When we say we have “struggles” with Christianity, or more specifically “evangelical” Christianity, we may then make a mistake and then blame “the Church” as a whole. I come too close to that line far too often.

Tish Harrison Warren makes the case for global Christianity:

This global growth also shapes my perspective on how we talk about the church. When my community of primarily educated urbanites criticizes “the church,” we most often mean the American church or even merely the white American church. Given our context, this oversimplification makes sense, but it also subtly centers white American voices and experiences.

More HERE.

It is WELL WORTH YOUR TIME to reflect on this piece.

The Coming of Global Christianity & the Future of International Politics -  Faith Angle Forum

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