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New horizons in world mission: Evangelicals and the Christian mission in the 1980s

New horizons in world mission: Evangelicals and the Christian mission in the 1980s

papers and responses prepared for the Consultation on Theology and ... Mission and Evangelism, March 19-22, 1979

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Published by Baker Book House .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Evangelicalism,
  • Church and social problems,
  • Missions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7846115M
    ISBN 100801042186
    ISBN 109780801042188

      NEW YORK – Many white Christian evangelicals in the United States have long believed that America has a God-given mission to save the world. Under the influence of this crusading mentality, US foreign policy has often swerved from diplomacy to war. Hiebert, Paul G. “Sets and Structures: A Study of Church Patterns,” in D. J. Hesselgrave, New Horizons in World Mission: Evangelicals and the Christian Mission in the ’s. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, McGavran, Donald A. Understanding Church Growth. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, Redekop, John H.

    Global Connections is a growing network of over UK churches and agencies with a passion for mission. Our members include organisations of all sizes working in countries all over the world. Drawing on this wealth of experience, together we seek to address the key challenges in mission today. Christian universalism. It has been suggested that Trinitarian universalism be merged into this article. (Discuss) Proposed since January Off Center Cross of Christian Universalism.

    New Horizons (ISSN: ) is published monthly except for a combined issue, usually August-September, by the Committee on Christian Education of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, N. Easton Road, Bldg. E, Willow Grove, PA ; tel. ; fax Letters to the editor are welcome. They should deal. They were married in , a few years after Stan began serving with Resonate Global Mission (then Christian Reformed World Missions) in the Philippines. They worked together in the Philippines for over 15 years in a variety of ministries, including church planting, seminary and Bible college teaching, church planter training, and diaconal.


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In New Horizons in World Mission: Evangelicals and the Christian Mission in the s. Ed. D. J. Hesselgrave. Grand Rapids, MI. Baker Book House. Sets and structures: A study of church patterns. In New Horizons in World Mission: Evangelicals and the Christian Mission in the s. Ed. D.

J. Hesselgrave. Grand Rapids, MI. NEW YORK – Many white Christian evangelicals in the United States have long believed that America has a God-given mission to save the world.

Under the influence of this crusading mentality, US foreign policy has often swerved from diplomacy to war. It is in danger of doing so again.