Transforming Mission: Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission

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Orbis Books, 1991 - 587 pages
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Greetings to all Sunday School Teachers Ministers, Pastors, and Bishops. I am a Interdenominational Theological Semeniary student in Atlanta, Georgia. This great book by Professor David Bosch is a ... Read full review

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Contents

The Contemporary Crisis
1
Reflections on the New Testament as a Missionary Document
15
Mission as DiscipleMaking 57 A Great Commission?
57
Practicing Forgiveness and Solidarity with the Poor
85
Invitation to Join the Eschatological Community
125
The Law Israel and the Gentiles
157
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185
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193
The Emergence of a Postmodern Paradigm 357 The End of the Modern Era
357
Mission in a Time of Testing
372
A Convergence ofConvictions 417 Mission as Evangelism
418
Mission as Liberation
442
Mission as Inculturation
458
Mission as Theology
501
Mission in Many Modes
523
The Continuing Transformation
533

The Medieval Roman Catholic Missionary Paradigm
219
The Missionary Paradigm of the Protestant Reformation
244
Mission in the Wake of the Enlightenment
268
Missionary Motifs in the Enlightenment Era
291
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