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Transforming Mission: Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission
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A Spirituality of the Road
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Believing in the Future: Toward a Missiology of Western Culture
We live in a post-everything era. Michael Polanyi first asked for development of a postcritical and postmodern philosophy in 1958. 60s and 70s brought great upsurge of enthusiasm in world and church;Expand
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G C F LRS Goal #5: Fostering capacity and innova on. 1. Make every service offering an opportunity for our clients to develop their own capacity and skills. 2. Create and refine programs specificallyExpand
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Witness to the World: The Christian Mission in Theological Perspective
christianity the christian community and the world christianity the christian community and the world from the perspectives of history and sociology the christian community has been related to theExpand
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Evangelism: Theological Currents and Cross-Currents Today
M y assignment is to provide a concise survey of the ways in which evangelism is being understood and practiced today. I assume that this does not preclude an attempt to give my own view on what IExpand
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Theological Education in Missionary Perspective
Concerned that missiology is being neglected as a theological discipline in academic circles, Professor Bosch here gives us a historical overview of missiology and proceeds to show how theExpand
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Towards True Mutuality: Exchanging the Same Commodities or Supplementing Each Others' Needs?
This paper, delivered to the Mid-Western Fellowship of Professors of Mission, concludes with a challenging focus on the task of preparing Western men and women for missionary service. ProfessorExpand
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The Afrikaner and South Africa
“The religious roots of Afrikaner nationalism … can be traced back … to the influences of Reformed evangelicalism, Kuyperian Calvinism, and Romantic nationalism… As of last year, however, the entireExpand
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