Mission Shaped Questions Paperback
Defining questions for today's church
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Mission Shaped Questions
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Mission-shaped Questions tackles questions such as:
What exactly is church?
Can we develop churches that can transform culture?
Can we be mission-shaped and kingdom-focused too?
Contributions from Loveday Alexander, Martyn Atkins, Lynda Barley, Tim Dakin, John Drane, James Dunn, John Hull, Alison Morgan, Angela Tilby, Graham Tomlin, Lindsay Urwin, Martin Warner, David Wilkinson.
Mission Shaped Questions by Stephen Croft was published by Church House in March 2008 and is our 17553rd best seller. The ISBN for Mission Shaped Questions is 9780715141533.
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Mission-Shaped QuestionsJim Currin, via The Good Book Stall
Mission Shaped Questions is the latest in the Mission Shaped series to come out of the Fresh Expressions team. Critical questions like ‘what is a fresh expression of church?’ were explored by experts and academics in a national tour: the write up of which has now been printed. Careful editing has avoided the inevitable repetition which 14 contributors might bring, and the whole book reads easily despite the complex issues tackled. A great insight from gifted people, this is an objective theological exploration and assessment of a significant movement of mission today. It gets under the surface and ably offers a critical analysis which the wider church has been calling for. A specialist read maybe, but one which will be relevant for a long time to come.
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Details for Mission Shaped Questions
|Page last updated||19th March 2016|
|Author / Artist||Stephen Croft|
|Publisher||Church House (March 2008)|
|Number of Pages||240|