Some argue that American evangelicalism is in the midst of a cultural identity crisis. When the term “evangelical” is used, it commonly references white suburban contexts. This is why the key leaders who speak at most evangelical conferences are mostly white males, with the exception of the exact same black guys—Tony Evans, Thabiti Anyabwile, Voddie Baucham, and a couple of others—who are used to show “diversity.” There are usually no Asians or Latinos represented.

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