Amar D. Peterman is Director of the Ideos Center for Empathy in Christian and Public Life. His writing has been featured in Christianity Today, the Berkley Center Forum, Faithfully Magazine, the Anxious Bench, and more. Follow him on Twitter: @amarpeterman.
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Navigating a White Evangelical World In This Brown, Indian Body
This work of crafting a new narrative for Asian America takes various forms across many locations. It is not linear or systematic, but rather involves the relational work of changing a collective imagination of Asian Americans through both education and experience. Like any story, asserting a new narrative for Asian America requires engaging mind, body, and soul.
A Dark Kid in a Sea of Whiteness
Living an embodied faith asserts meaning upon our bodies both as individuals, and in relationship to one another. This means that the places our non-white bodies inhabit tell a story in itself, just as God enfleshed “entered our lives, calling us from the tomb in which society has sought to confine us.” The shared space of believers living out the Christian faith in diverse, multi-ethnic communities is a witness to our world of the power of Jesus Christ.