Multiculturalism In The Bible

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Among theologians and reformed Christians alike, the works of prominent authors such as Richard Mouw, John Calvin, Barbara Taylor, Nicholas Wolterstorff, and Eugene Peterson are all alike and contrasting in numerous ways. For example, we know that these authors share both common ground and indifferences on God’s Lordship over all, Christian worldviews, how the Gospel is presented in God’s Kingdom, and how grace is presented to every human and living being through the blood and sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Similarly, common grace is found in both of Van Sloten and Mouw’s works as this is one of the central under girdings of their work. In addition to common grace being offered to everyone in God’s Kingdom, Mouw centralizes the fact that multiculturalism is something that shows God’s love for human diversity and the rich diversity of the non-human creation. Within each of these writers’ works and speeches, there are similarities and differences in their views of how grace is offered to everyone, …show more content…
Although we are created sinful, Calvin clearly states that humility, humility, and humility are most important in order to come closer to knowing the true generosity of God. Likewise, just as Mouw states, Calvin believes with the generosity of God comes both mercy and justice as they are intertwined. In finding God’s truth Calvin states the we should be the first to recognize, and not do it grudgingly as there is something of God’s truth that will break out in our lives. Although we are created sinful and in the wrong posture to receive God’s truth, Calvin and Mouw both agree that with humility and God’s mercy and justice, we receive part of God’s truth as long as we do not go about it grudgingly in the

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