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Missiology is becoming the new dismal science in that it focuses almost exclusively on deconstructionism. Michael Stroope’s, Transcending Mission: The Eclipse of Modern Tradition, is a deconstructionist tour de force. Stroope critiques the language behind mission, missions and missionary while arguing that the rhetoric, the language of “mission, missions and missionary” is fraught with polemical problems.
The Mission Handbook has been in continuous publication every three years since 1953. It is a reference source to help new inquirers discover agencies. The book’s newly researched information and data guide the inquisitive person to a country of interest or specific ministry calling. Professors and researchers use the data to understand the state of North American missions, viewing trends in financial giving, resources, and personnel serving in short-term, mid-term, and long-term missions. Mission leaders, both here and abroad, use the book as a source for discovering peers and potential mission partners