The Minority Challenge
This chapter examines the clergy of minority groups in the United States. It suggests that while the majority of churches are hardly multicultural, minority congregations may still be the most homogeneous, with all the racial, ethnic, and cultural implications this homogeneity has for the work of their clergy. This situation is exemplified by the three most prominent areas of Christian ministry in America. These include the African American, Hispanic, and Korean churches.
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