If the Bible in the mother tongue is never considered a foreigner, why are there so many books in English explaining the cultural background to the Bible?
Updated on August 22, 2017 by Eddie
In which I dare to suggest that John Piper’s famous quote about the purpose of mission may not tell the full story.
When what William Carey said isn’t what we understand.
Updated on April 3, 2017 by Eddie
Please would those who are involved in promoting worldwide mission, stop making people feel guilty?
Updated on February 21, 2017 by Eddie
Depth counts more than breadth. It’s not the church’s “sending capacity” that really interests me, its the “church’s capacity to be sent” which really shows commitment.
In which I question the appropriateness of a well worn Christian saying about mission.
In which I disagree quite forcefully with the founder of my organisation; this may not be a great career move!
Posted on August 19, 2014 by Eddie
Do missions really exist because worship doesn’t? John Piper’s famous statement is widely quoted, but does it tell the whole story?
Updated on October 11, 2013 by Eddie
This is another in my very occasional series examining famous missionary sayings. This time I want to turn my attention to some words of William Cameron Townsend who said: “The greatest missionary is the Bible in the mother tongue…. Read More
No one has the right to hear the Gospel twice while there remains someone who has not heard it once. (Oswald J. Smith) This is the second post in what may become a series on famous sayings about… Read More
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