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by James Breckenridge,Lillian Breckenridge

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  • ISBN 0801057450
  • ISBN13 978-0801057458
  • Language English
  • Author James Breckenridge,Lillian Breckenridge
  • Publisher Baker Academic (February 1, 1995)
  • Pages 288
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  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Humanities
  • Size ePub 1320 kb
  • Size Fb2 1209 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 125

A dynamic look at multicultural America, this primer shows ministers and others how to honor ethnic differences and avoid pitfalls when presenting the gospel.

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Multicultural Education in the Church. by James F. Breckenridge. A dynamic look at multicultural America, this primer shows ministers and others how to honor ethnic differences and avoid pitfalls when presenting the gospel. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780801057458. Release Date:February 1995.

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In this book, James Fraser shows that though these battles have been going on for as long as there have been public schools, there has never been any consensus about the proper relationship between religion and public education

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Juce
This book needs an update/rewrite including sections on how spiritual leaders can approach specific current issues.

This book is over 20 years old. While the advice given is not outright wrong, the rate of change in Culture and Ethnicity in the United States and the World has rendered this book 70% obsolete. The remaining 30% remains relevant only because it is too broad and unfocused to be contradicted.

Three stars instead of two because twenty years ago I would have given it four or five.
Rrd
Great book.
RED
A breif overview of how different ethnic groups approcah the Church and it's activities, but mostly focused on logistical concerns and not on worship style, faith, male vs. female perspectives, etc. within the different churches (ethnic groups). However, goo dfor group discussion.
Dagdage
Great book!
Modimeena
I bought a copy of this book used a few years back. It was perhaps the best book I ever found in a discount bin.
I work in cross-cultural ministry, mostly with Asian Americans. This book was very helpful to me in the work that I do. It covers most of the races that are currenly in America and covers the strengths and faults that are in each of them. This book also tells what must be done to present the gospel to each of them without changing their ethnic culture. I think this feature of the book is excellent because far too often white America thinks that when minority races get saved, they must adopt "White Values." Not true! Each ethnic group in the world that has Christians celebrate Jesus in a way that is unique to their own culture. When we evangelize other groups outside of our own culture, when should remember this.
I'd call this book a must for all pastors, evangelists, and other Christian leaders of all levels in America.
Kea
I approached this book with high hopes for pointers and insight. What I found became a waste of time and effort. Much of the information is dated, biased, and so full of politically correct fluff as to be unusable. In addition, there are mistakes in its recount of historical events. This alone leads me to wonder about the research of all of the material. Simple checks would have shown that statements utilized as key facts to derive deeply imbedded hypothesis were in error.

The only redeeming characteristics arise in the sections dealing with individual cultures. As long as one realizes that the material presented is exceptionally broad based, this section becomes and interesting read. However, it stands as too broad for anything but the most basic beginnings and simplest of approaches. Those with prior awareness of a specific culture will likely find the chapter on it quite dull and uninformative.

I would not recommend this book to anyone.
sunrise bird
As the subtitle suggests, "What Color Is Your God" educates pastors in foundational cultural understanding. Covering ethnic groups in America, this primer shows church leaders how to value cultural differences. It also highlights trans-cultural biblical principles and probes how various cultures apply or misapply these eternal principles in daily life.

Reviewer: Bob Kellemen, Ph.D., is the author of Beyond the Suffering: Embracing the Legacy of African American Soul Care and Spiritual Direction , Soul Physicians, and Spiritual Friends.