Thanks to D.A. Carson's interview with Peter Cha . . . good clarification for us Asian-American reactive types ("what middle? we don't need no freaking middle!").
I think many Asian-American Christian leaders unknowingly/knowingly are being drawn towards either the "emergent/increasingly historical liberal" flavour, the "corporate/attractional" flavour, or the "doctrinal/usually reformed" flavour. Are there safetys or mentors in place to better guide and prophetically navigate the Asian-American Christian landscape? Or do we continue to just drift further into our theological marinades?