January Synchroblog – Faith and Ethnicity

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I am not participating in the synchroblog this time around but wanted to link to the ones who are.  I love this group of bloggers – they are kind, talented, thoughtful, sharp and just all around “good people”.  Be sure and let them know what you think of their posts as they all enjoy hearing from their readers.  And if you are interested in joining the group go here for more info.

The following posts are part of a synchroblog on the general theme of “Faith and ethnicity”.

Phil Wyman (That’s me) on Seeing the Middle East from a Jewish Perspective
Joshua Jinno the Antechurch
Raffi Shahinian on Faith and Ethnicity: A True Story
Susan Barnes on Just a God of the West
K.W. Leslie on Why I went to an all-white church
Adam Gonnerman on Multicultural experience (and inexperience)
Matt Stone on Is the church ready for a multiethnic future?
Beth Patterson on Viva la particularities
Steve Hayes on Christianity and ethnicity”
Matthew Snyder asks What’s Your Nation?
Jeff Goins on Gypsies in Spain

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