A coherent biblical theology of women and the testimony of many exegetically simple passages reveal that women indeed have a significant role in missions.
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In his work with the Momina, Henson found four significant cultural bridges that facilitated the communication of the gospel and biblical truth to the Momina people.
In the beginning of time a “man who shed his skin” took his sister and came down to earth. He gave her to a “man of the earth” that she might become his wife. Having given her to the “man of the earth,” he said to the people, “Build a house in preparation for the feast of snakes and lizards.” He then returned to his abode in the sky.
Now that the Alliance has completed its ministry, how can we evaluate its effectiveness? By God’s grace there is good news to share and lessons to be learned.
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Anyone who has attempted to share the gospel with a Buddhist has undoubtedly heard one of two responses: “Oh, yes. Christianity and Buddhism are two paths to the same place.
Our readers respond to previous EMQ articles.
What is new and groundbreaking about Miller and Yamamori’s new study is the balance provided by their subtitle: The New Face of Christian Social Engagement.
The differences between true partnerships and power trips disguised as partnerships are significant.
In this book, the third in his trilogy on contemporary Christianity, Jenkins turns his focus to Europe, which Pope John Paul II calls “eldest daughter of the Church.”