—Reviewed by Douglas Hayward, professor of anthropology and intercultural studies at Biola University’s Cook School of Intercultural Studies.
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Being a cultural pilgrim may be the best way to live on this earth, since it reminds us that we belong to God, not to a particular culture.
Difficult, thoughtful questions can become tools to help us observe “the evidences of the grace of God.”
by Sahaja Carimokam Xlibris Corporation, 568 pages, 2011, $36.99. —Reviewed by Roy Oksnevad, director of Muslim Ministries, Wheaton College. Sahaja Carimokam’s (pseudonym) Muhammad and the People of the Book is the best book I have read in a long time. Carimokam primarily addresses the question of Muhammad’s relationship with non-Muslims. Since significant portions of the . . . read more
Atkins shares how music can be used to confront issues within a believer’s worldview.
by Irving Hexham Zondervan, 5300 Patterson Avenue SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49530, 512 pages, 2011, $39.99. —Reviewed by Terry C. Muck, dean, E. Stanley Jones School of World Mission and Evangelism, Asbury Theological Seminary. Irving Hexham’s new world religion textbook raises an intriguing pedagogical question: How do Western students best learn about non-Christian world religions? Most world religion courses follow a predictable . . . read more
After describing his own experience in teaching and mentoring in different contexts, Nichols shares ideas for developing the student-teacher relationship outside of the classroom.
Chatrath, Nick. 2011. Reaching Muslims: A One-stop Guide for Christians. Oxford: Monarch Books. Choong, Gary K. G. 2011. Counter-cultural Paradigmatic Leadership: Ethical Use of Power in Confucian Societies. Eugene, Ore.: Wipf & Stock. Engelsviken, Tormud, Erling Lundeby, and Dagfinn Solheim, eds. 2011. The Church Going Glocal: Mission and Globalisation. Oxford: Regnum Books International. Meroff, . . . read more
As the first of two articles on the dependency/
interdependency debate, Rickett presents the main
views of Glenn Schwartz and John Rowell.
In holistic discipleship, the ultimate God addresses intimate needs in ordinary areas of life; areas of “non-poor” poverty are exposed; and disciple-makers consider the community growth process from relief to sustainability.