I have decided I won't be reading any new books in 2018 by white men, not because I don't like white men, but because I want to intentionally make space for other nondominant voices. I will continue to read The Myth of Equality with our small group.
Indeed there are so many incredibly Spirit-filled white men who have helped shape my theology and I wanted to give them a shoutout: Walter Bruggemann, Nicholas Wolterstorff, Bryant Myers, Craig Greenfield, Tim Keller, Russell Moore, Shane Claiborne, Lesslie Newbigin, Paul Borthwick, Peter Greer, Andy Crouch, Randy Alcorn, among many others. Many of these men will continue to influence me as I read snippets of their work throughout the year.
Tell me, who has profoundly influenced your theology?