Being Latino In Christ

Being Latino In Christ

by Orlando Crespo
     
 

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Exploring what the Bible says about ethnic identity and drawing on his own journey to self-understanding, Orlando Crespo helps you discover for yourself what it means to be Latino, American--and, most importantly, a disciple of Christ.See more details below

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Exploring what the Bible says about ethnic identity and drawing on his own journey to self-understanding, Orlando Crespo helps you discover for yourself what it means to be Latino, American--and, most importantly, a disciple of Christ.

Editorial Reviews

Rudy Hernandez
"In his new book Being Latino in Christ, Orlando Crespo writes with clarity and sensitivity as he addresses the daunting task of defining what it means to be a second-generation Latino in the U.S. and, more important, a Latino who has chosen the road less traveled of following Christ by embracing and even celebrating the heritage and culture he has been blessed with by our Creator. The book serves as guide for those of us who desire to integrate all of who we are with our faith in Christ."
Doctor - Manuel Ortiz
"This is an exceptional work because it provides emotional and spiritual holism to second-generation Latinos who struggle with identity. There are also many helps for other second-generation ethnic groups."
Dr. Manuel Ortiz
"This is an exceptional work because it provides emotional and spiritual holism to second-generation Latinos who struggle with identity. There are also many helps for other second-generation ethnic groups."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780830823741
Publisher:
InterVarsity Press
Publication date:
02/28/2012
Pages:
168
Sales rank:
1,404,521
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.39(d)

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Rudy Hernandez
"In his new book Being Latino in Christ, Orlando Crespo writes with clarity and sensitivity as he addresses the daunting task of defining what it means to be a second-generation Latino in the U.S. and, more important, a Latino who has chosen the road less traveled of following Christ by embracing and even celebrating the heritage and culture he has been blessed with by our Creator. The book serves as guide for those of us who desire to integrate all of who we are with our faith in Christ."
Rudy Hernandez, Board of Trustees, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA
Dr. Manuel Ortiz
"This is an exceptional work because it provides emotional and spiritual holism to second-generation Latinos who struggle with identity. There are also many helps for other second-generation ethnic groups."
Dr. Manuel Ortiz, Professor of Mission and Urban Ministry Emeritus, Westminster Theological Seminary

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