If revival movements have often led the way to missionary advance, philosophical and theological speculation have too frequently cut the nerve of biblical evangelism and contributed to missionary retrenchment.
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Response to the Article: Mission to Muslims: Cutting the Nerve? by Richard Hildenbrand, July 1982 issue of EMQ.
Response to the article “Muslim Missions: Cutting the Nerve?” by Richard Hildenbrand, EMQ July 1982.
Having studied philosophical Hinduism before coming to India years ago, I was astonished to hear my first Hindu friend, Jetti, in Darjeeling say, “We worship evil spirits.”
The title is a Maasai proverb meaning that old men are not the only ones possessing wisdom.
Readers reply to questions raised in a previous article (Relief and Development Work is Not Part of the Great Commission, January, 1982).
Are the consequences of the inpouring of money, material and personnel ultimately beneficial to the Third World churches.
If you think a moratorium on nuclear weapons production will be difficult to achieve, what about the partial moratorium on sending Western money and missionaries to Third World churches?