Looking at Missions from an Anthropological Point of View

An anthropological view of missions relates to values, ethnocentricity and missionary ghettos, says William Kornfield. This article, which sets the stage for the next four, shows the practical issues in a missionary's life and work that care affected by his attitudes toward national culture. He gives five guidelines for cross-cultural missionary situations.

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