A benchmark for mission theology, this text will prove essential for church leaders, teachers, students, and missionaries worldwide. More than 160 contributors reflecting a variety of global contexts explore missiological implications of central Christian doctrines, challenge traditional views, and weigh new perspectives. Learn how the 21st-century church can creatively integrate evangelism, liberation, healing, and justice. 448 pages, hardcover from InterVarsity.
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Date:September 24, 2012
I am mission coordinator for a presbytery. This is a wonderful desk reference with quick “cliff note” descriptions. A good handbook.