The following post is from Lesley-Ann Hix, a student at McAfee School of Theology and participant at CBF’s most recent event, Advocacy in Action. This blog is a part of a series of experience blogs from the event. There are beloved people in my life who live in the pains of marginalization every day, and … Continue reading
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Which would you prefer? Babel or Pentecost?
A friend from the Middle East is in a serious relationship with an American of another race. Her two children, born in the Middle East but raised in the U.S., are dating women from Asia. No one thinks anything about it. After all, they are all minorities…the other. Yet, when someone from another race becomes … Continue reading