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Integral Mission Isn’t

In practical terms, holistic mission isn't holistic and integral mission isn't integrated; a huge chunk of what mission is all about is simply not included.
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Implications of the “Great Commission”

Israel had fulfilled its salvation-historical role with the conclusion of the salvific work of Jesus the Messiah in his death on the cross, his resurrection and his exaltation to the right had of God. Israel will enjoy the fruit of this work as 'primus inter pares' (cf. Rom 1:16).
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It’s All Nails To Me

We define the problem and we apply the solution. We see nails, so we reach for the hammer; but not everything out there is a nail!
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Prayer Doesn’t Work Like That

It's not that I think we should pray for persecution, - I'm too much of a coward for that - but I do think that we should pray to be a church that is worth the bother of persecuting!
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A Challenge to Missionary Agency Reps.

Typically, understanding among evangelicals about the early Christian period and the endeavours of the earliest Christians is more often than not, unconsidered and sometimes naive or romanticised.
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Kouyanet Reader: Archdruid Eileen

The people of our world are marvellously diverse. There hundreds of different languages. People, wherever they live, have their own cultures – distinguish between places a little way away in exactly the same way that people who aren’t from Warrington distinguish themselves from people from Warrington.
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Stuff About Languages

  I have a few reservations about this graphic, but generally it is pretty good. Click on the picture to go to the original site and see it full size.
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June Reading 2015

Four murder mysteries, two books of military history and a science-fiction novel: my leisure reading for this month.
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