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An Age of Diversity

I moved to Nashville, Tennessee, in 1969 into a working-class white-flight neighborhood with large lawns and small houses. Today the neighborhood includes African Americans, Koreans, Vietnamese, Iraqis, and Latinos. The signs along Nolensville Road are in many different languages. You can still get barbeque, for which I am grateful, but you can also get falafel, kim chi, and tacos, for which I also am grateful. The Bible's Message in an Age of Diversity is the subtitle of Curtiss Paul DeYoung's…
Charles W. Green
December 1, 2010