Confronting Christianity - Chapter 2 - Doesn't Christianity Crush Diversity?
These discussion questions are intended to help us think through the content of the chapter. Feel free to answer each question, answer only one, or simply use them as a launching pad for your thoughts.
In this chapter, cultural anthropology professor and Naga tribe member stated,
“We must abandon this absurd idea that Christianity is a Western religion.”
- Have you ever thought of Christianity as a Western religion?
- Did it surprise you to learn of the ways that Christianity is present in Eastern areas of the world? Are there any ways we can change the narrative that typically presents Christianity as a western religion?
This chapter makes it clear that Christianity is one of the most diverse movements in history.
- How have you been positively impacted by diversity? What are some of the challenges that you have faced related to diversity?
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