Candice was originally interviewed as one of our five Christians of Color, but our conversation went far enough afield, and was interesting and entertaining enough that we decided to give Candice her own episode. She breaks down her experience growing up in the Korean American Church, her take on Donald Trump, and much more, all in real time. Candice and Dan also discuss depolarization in general, and why it might be an important goal for Christians.
2:06- When did she know she could not vote for Trump?
4:27- Candice’s conversation with African American Christian hip hop artist Derek Minor
7:06- Dr. Charles Hirschman and the contributions of the immigrant community
14:32- “Ways we might go”: Cultural considerations and the good/bad directions that we lean
18:57- Did Trump’s election make her fear for her safety or livelihood?
20:22- How have her interactions been with Trump supporters?
29:38- “The war of *ideological* aggression”: Jason Brooks on our connection with other people
34:07- What is the one thing she wishes Trump supporters understood…?
38:29- What does she wish white Christians understood about Christians of color?
44:01- What is the gospel of Jesus Christ?
45:16- Does she consider herself pro-life?
49:31- What does Candice love about America?
Dr. Charles Hirschman: https://soc.washington.edu/people/charles-hirschman
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