How is it that when it comes to the development of mission strategy, missions has become essentially syncretized to a secular world? How had they come to make plans which did not actually require faith in order to be carried out?
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by George Patterson William Carey Library, 1605 E. Elizabeth St., Pasadena, CA 91104, 414 pages, 2012, $24.99. —Reviewed by Garrett Matthew East, missionary with Churches of Christ, headed for Tabora, Tanzania. Come Quickly Dawn is a hybrid manual/novel for missionary training. Set in the context of a small Central American town called “Bat Haven,” it . . . read more
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by Mike Barnett and Robin Martin, editors InterVarsity Press, P.O. Box 1400, Downers Grove, IL 60515-1426, 640 pages, 2012, $35.00. —Reviewed by Richard R. Cook, associate professor of church history and missions, Logos Evangelical Seminary, El Monte, California. The global missionary movement is multiplying and transforming at a breakneck pace, especially in the last ten . . . read more
Deculturation is speeding up. And it’s happening worldwide. We must, therefore, ask ourselves, Is the mission industry keeping up with these changes?