This book begins with the research question of whether ex-Muslim Christians (CMBs) engage in theology making. How do converts and their communities become makers of theology?
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… one should instead speak of plurality—an acknowledgment that human societies have always contained multiple religious systems that remain clearly distinct from each other.
Scattered and Gathered is a much-needed contribution for those seeking to frame liberal arts and theological education in the context of an ever-changing diaspora society and a great resource for churches seeking to address the needs of the diaspora among them.
How are people coming to faith in Christ today? And are they attending a church and staying at that church? Gary McIntosh surveyed over one thousand new believers in twenty-seven denominations across forty-three states in order to find answers to these questions.
Asia is arguably the nexus of future missions activity both from receiving and sending missionaries and church planters. Asia is home to the largest unreached people groups, a plurality of the world’s population. These facts notwithstanding, the number of books widely available on engaging in cross-cultural ministry in Asia has been limited.
Global Christianity is going through a transforming moment as the future of the Church is emerging from the Majority World. The unprecedented paradigm shifts taking place have significant implications for the Western Church; which Graham Hill magnificently unfolds.
In this book, Harley Talman and John Travis compiled sixty-five germane papers to produce a comprehensive resource book to cover the spectrum of IM’s beginnings to contextual, biblical, historical, and missiological legitimacy to IM’s application in various religious communities.
Drawing from his years of experience teaching Bible interpretation in the Philippines and other Majority World contexts (as well as North American seminaries), Larry Caldwell has designed a simple, reproducible seven-step process that focuses on the text and considers the culture in seeking to understand and teach the Bible.
The Unexpected Christian Century is an interesting, well-written book containing a relevant smorgasbord of information on how Christianity transitioned from a predominantly Western-based religion to a global and southern-based religion during the twentieth century.
Some of the most significant books come from those who—after years of research and practice—share their accumulated insights in a concise, readable format. Paul Borthwick offers his readers such a volume in his most recent publication, Great Commission, Great Compassion. He draws from his many years of study and experience to provide a solid, biblical basis for missions, together with helpful recommendations for a missional lifestyle.