Magazines 2023 Jan - Feb Recommended reading on immigrant identity

Recommended reading on immigrant identity

23 November 2022 By Andrea Nwabuike

A sidebar to go along with "Integrating ethnic and spiritual identity: The unique gifts of second-generation immigrants"

The Next Evangelicalism: Freeing the Church From Western Cultural Captivity by Soong-Chan Rah (IVP, 2009)

How Black Is the Gospel: A Decisive and Truthful Message for Today’s Revolution by Tom Skinner (Lippincott, 1970)

Beyond Colorblind: Redeeming Our Ethnic Journey by Sarah Shin (IVP, 2017)

Being Latino in Christ: Finding Wholeness in Your Ethnic Identity by Orlando Crespo (IVP, 2003)

The Souls of Black Folk by W. E. B. Du Bois (various reprints, 1903)

Demythologizing the Silent Exodus: Asian Canadian Protestant Young Adults by Nam Soon Song in Journal of Youth and Theology, Fall 2019

How Am I Going to Grow Up? Congregational Transition Among Second-Generation Chinese Canadian Evangelicals and Servant Leadership by Enoch Wong (Langham, 2021)

Andrea Nwabuike is a writer and psychotherapist in Toronto. This reading list is an online-only extension of her Jan/Feb 2023 feature article. Photo of Alyssa Esparaz by Jon Esparaz.

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