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Living in Color

Paperback|Oct 2004
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Randy Woodley, a Keetowah Cherokee, casts a biblical, multiethnic vision for people of every nation, tribe and tongue to live in community together. Includes a study guide.


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Randy Woodley, a Keetowah Cherokee, casts a biblical, multiethnic vision for people of every nation, tribe and tongue to live in community together. Includes a study guide.
-Publisher

"We would never give Picasso a paintbrush and only one color of paint, and expect a masterpiece," writes Randy Woodley. "We would not give Beethoven a single piano key and say, 'Play us a concerto.' Yet we limit our Creator in just these ways." Though our Christian experience is often blandly monochromatic, God intends for us to live in dynamic, multihued communities that embody his vibrant creativity.Randy Woodley, a Keetowah Cherokee, casts a biblical, multiethnic vision for people of every nation, tribe and tongue. He carefully unpacks how Christians should think about racial and cultural identity, demonstrating that ethnically diverse communities have always been God's intent for his people. Woodley gives practical insights for how we can relate to one another with sensitivity, contextualize the gospel, combat the subtleties of racism, and honor one another's unique contributions to church and society. Along the way, he reckons with difficult challenges from our racially painful history and offers hope for healing and restoration. With profound wisdom from his own Native American heritage and experience, Woodley's voice adds a distinctive perspective to contemporary discussions of racial reconciliation and multiethnicity. Here is a biblical vision for unity in diversity.
-Publisher

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John Dawson (Fwd)

Dawson is founder of International Reconciliation Coalition.

Randy Woodley

Randy Woodley is a Keetoowah Cherokee Indian who has been inRandy Woodley is a Keetoowah Cherokee Indian who has been in ministry among First Nations people since 1984. He is an au ministry among First Nations people since 1984. He is an author, pastor, teacher, lecturer, poet and activist. With histhor, pastor, teacher, lecturer, poet and activist. With his wife, Edith (Eastern Shoshone/Choctaw), he is president and wife, Edith (Eastern Shoshone/Choctaw), he is president and cofounder of Eagle's Wings Ministry (interdenominational). cofounder of Eagle's Wings Ministry (interdenominational). C

  • Foreword
  • <strong>part 1: Understanding Diversity</strong>
  • 1. Uncovering The Myth Of Sameness
  • 2. The Origins Of Unity In Diversity
  • 3. Choosing Jesus Over Cultural Christianity
  • 4. Biblical Faith And God-given Culture
  • 5. Romans And Galatians: Case Studies In Multicultural Conflict
  • <strong>part 2: Oppostion To Diversity</strong>
  • 6. How Big Is Your God?
  • 7. Race And Cultures Clash: Our Wake-up Call
  • 8. The Subtleties Of Racism
  • 9. Exposing The Original Oppressor
  • <strong>part 3: Restoration Through Diversity</strong>
  • 10. Honorable Mention: The Good Guys
  • 11. Finding Identity In Our Cultures And Nations
  • 12. Head And Shoulders, Knees And Toes
  • 13. Protocol: Relating To God, His People And His Land
  • 14. Getting Beyond "getting Along"
  • 15. What Does The Kingdom Look Like?
  • Notes
  • Annotated Bibliography
  • Study Guide
  • Index

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