A Practical Theology of Missions Paperback
Dispelling the Mystery, Recovering the Passion
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A Practical Theology of Missions
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Eric E. Wright grew up in Toronto, Canada. After his conversion, he studied Theology in South Carolina, USA, where he met and married his wife, Mary Helen. Called together to missionary service in the Muslim world, they ministered in Pakistan for sixteen years. There Eric became co-founder of the Open Theological Seminary, now serving over 1,500 students. After returning to Canada, Eric pastored Long Branch Baptist Church, Toronto, served as interim pastor in six other churches, and taught both the history and theology of missions at Toronto Baptist Seminary. Eric and Mary Helen have three married children and nine grandchildren. They live in Salem, Ontario, Canada.
A Practical Theology of Missions by Eric E Wright is published by Day One and is our 30825th best seller. The ISBN for A Practical Theology of Missions is 9781846251986.
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A Practical Theology of MissionsJim Currin, via The Good Book Stall
This is the kind of book that makes you want to write another. Strident words and a particular viewpoint on a topic which has caused division and rift in the past is bound to be an interesting read. Here is an example, 'Please understand that I have the greatest respect for Christian works of compassion … however … we must never again allow social action to usurp the place of evangelistic ministry' (p108). The value of this book is the reminder a) of where we have come from in mission thinking and b) re-emphasis of aspects which sometimes need restating to get the balance right. So, here we have a controversial book, but well written, crisp and clear which defends a conservative evangelical theological viewpoint on foreign missions reaching people who have not heard the Gospel before. The task is still unfinished and this book will equip some to go and preach, while cause others to think again about what mission is all about.
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Details for A Practical Theology of Missions
|Author / Artist||Eric E Wright|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Number of Pages||380|
|Page last updated||2nd December 2015|