Paradigm Shifts In Christian Witness
Insights from Anthropology, Communication, and Spiritual Power
by Charles E. Van Engen;J. Dudley Woodberry;Darrell Whiteman
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Insights to the changing nature of global Christian mission, life and witness.
Includes contributions from 18 of the world’s most renowned scholars of mission and world Christian studies including Robert Schreiter and Knud Jorgensen.
A collection of short, incisive essays exploring important patterns as the Christian movement matures beyond both colonialism and post-colonialism.
Celebrates the life and work of Charles A. Kraft, one of the foremost cultural anthropologists.
Charles E Van Engen is Arthur F Glasser Professor of Biblical Theology of Mission in the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary.
J Dudley Woodberry is dean Emeritus and Senior Professor of Islamic Studies in the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary.
Darrell Whiteman is Vice President for Mission Education and Resident Missiologist with The Mission Society in Norcross, Georgia.
Paradigm Shifts In Christian Witness by Charles E. Van Engen;J. Dudley Woodberry;Darrell Whiteman was published by Orbis Books in April 2008 and is our 32347th best seller. The ISBN for Paradigm Shifts In Christian Witness is 9781570757716.
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|Page last updated||4th April 2013|
|Author / Artist||Charles E. Van Engen;J. Dudley Woodberry;Darrell Whiteman|
|Publisher||Orbis Books (April 2008)|
|Editor||Charles E. Van Engen; J. Dudley Woodberry; Darrell Whiteman|
|Number of Pages||208|