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Continuing the Deadly Viper Conversation: Illuminating Gender Blind Spots

In response to Kathy Khang's recent blog post, "Unseen Privilege: Th
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Joint Response to Zondervan and Deadly Viper Authors from Asian American Leaders

To Mike Foster and Jud Wilhite, and the leaders of Zondervan Publishing,
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Some Final Reflections on Deadly Viper and Zondervan

Mike Foster, Jud Wilhite, and Zondervan acted in a decisive manner yesterday. Zondervan issued a statement that boldly declared their intention to pull the book off the shelves.
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Deadly Viper Backlash: Doing the Right Thing is Only the First Step

In case you hadn't heard, Zondervan made a major announcement yesterday regarding the De
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Thoughts on Zondervan's and Authors' Statements After Pulling of Deadly Viper Products

As many of you know, several Asian-American leaders and I have been in dialogue with both the authors of
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Tremendous Act of Repentance by Zondervan

Zondervan Statement Regarding Concerns Voiced About Deadly Viper: Character Assassins from Moe Girkins, President and CEO: Hello and thanks for your patience.
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Dinesh D'Souza, the New Atheism, and Constantinian Christianity

Last week at the Innovative Evangelism Conference, I got a chance to hear Dinesh D'Souza speak to a standing room only crowd.
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Build, Don't Destroy in Afghanistan: An Open Letter to President Obama

Your voice is being heard. Already, thousands of you have signed a letter and contacted the White House urging a new way forward in Afghanistan.
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The Mammogram Panic, or, False Positives Are No Picnic

Inhale through your nose (be sure your abdomen moves, not just your chest). Exhale through your mouth. Slowly, now ...
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Unseen Privilege: The Overlooked Gender Dimension of the 'Deadly Viper' Conversation

In the eight years I worked specifically with Christian Asian American college students, I knew that my gender would get in the way.
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