Aliens in the Promised Land / Edited by Anthony B. Bradley
This is a terrific book. For years evangelicals have discussed among themselves ways to reach minority communities, without much participation from minorities themselves. This book is a game changer. Here, black, Asian, and Latino writers say what they most want to say to the evangelical (and specifically Reformed) community. If you are tired of the usual arguments about race, as I am, this book will wake you up with some new ideas, such as Lance Lewis’s suggestion. He urges a moratorium on evangelicals' (even black evangelicals') planting churches directed toward blacks. I’m not sure I agree. But like many ideas in this book, Lewis’s are clearly written and backed up by good arguments. That a Reformed publisher has undertaken to publish a book like this is itself a very promising development. I urge everyone to read this book who is seeking to carry out Jesus’ Great Commission.
Dr. John Frame, Professor of Systematic Theology and Philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando