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Kouyanet Reader: Judy Short

Jesus words in John 20:21 have been significant in helping me develop a different missionary perspective - " As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you." I see now that the special call doesn't matter, the
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God The Translator

Moses would have been destroyed if he saw God face to face, yet that same God became a vulnerable baby. The unapproachable God became a man who could be seen, heard and touched. And as a man, he became
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Farewell to Mars: A Few Quotes

What God is opposed to is empire—rich and powerful nations that believe they have a divine right to rule other nations. God is opposed to the agenda of empire for this simple reason: God makes the same claim for
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Guest Post: Culture and Theology

A 2009 survey by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada found that just 316 of 3,629 faculty members (8.7%) were non-Western. My own survey of Anglican training colleges in England in 2011 found
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Books I Have Read: Christian Mission in the C20

If you are interested in the development of missiology in the twentieth century and things like the 1910 Edinburgh Conference and the development of the International Mission Council, the World Council of Churches and Lausanne are you thing, then
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Bevans on Translation

Words carry much more than denotative meanings; the are the vehicles of all sorts of emotional and cultural connotations as well. Languages such as Hebrew, from which one translates the Bible and Ilokano, into which on translates, do not
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