Contextualization In World Missions Pb Paperback
Mapping and Assessing Evangelical Models
by A Scott Moreau;
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In section one, Moreau explores foundations that make it possible to see the variety of evangelical models more clearly. He looks at the ways evangelical models have been characterized in the literature, and he highlights the main concerns of evangelicals in their contextualizing efforts. Moreau explains several guiding ideas and analytic tools that show how evangelicals "lean into" contextualization.
In section two, Moreau describes how evangelical models of contextualization can be split into six primary categories based on the role the initiator: facilitator, guide, herald, pathfinder, prophet and restorer. For each initiator role, Moreau explains the role, portrays one or more models from the category, and presents selected contextual practices that evangelicals use which fit the category. This arrangement makes categorization easier than other options and does not frame the models in ways that bias their evaluation.
Contextualization in Missions will guide mission-minded to an informed plan for spreading the gospel effectively. While written with a theoretical perspective, Contextualization in Missions also provides real-world examples to provoke both thought and action.
Contextualization In World Missions Pb by A Scott Moreau was published by Kregel Publications in June 2011. The ISBN for Contextualization In World Missions Pb is 9780825433894.
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|Page last updated||24th January 2014|
|Author / Artist||A Scott Moreau|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Kregel Publications (June 2011)|
|Number of Pages||429|