Race is a myth, Chinese American churches differ greatly from Chinese ones, and their conservative politics are wound up with faith in the USA.
By MaLaysia Mitchell, Sophia Porter, and Katelyn Skye Bennett August 23, 2020 Welcome to Intersected. This week’s post is a little different than usual. Here, the three of us will be writing on our experiences in the Black, mainline, and evangelical Protestant Church. It’s reflective and may push a few buttons, but if you claim … Continue reading Reflections on the Protestant Church’s dealings with race