Living on the Borders: What the Church Can Learn from Ethnic Immigrant Cultures

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The church, like many ethnic immigrants, has been thrown into the "melting pot" of America, where communal traditions are traded in for consumer choices. As fellow ingredients of this melting pot, Christians have much to learn from ethnic immigrants about what it means to be outsiders. Persuasively advocating for an existence on the border between the ghetto and the culture of consumption, the authors bring to light the work of some of America's finest first- and second-generation immigrant writers as well as popular ...

Living on the Borders: What the Church Can Learn from Ethnic Immigrant Cultures 2004, Brazos Press, Grand Rapids, MI

ISBN-13: 9781587430664

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