Missionaries often say that they learned far more than they ever taught – but what are the implications of this?
“God loved the world”, he didn’t just love Brits, Americans, white people, Israel or any other group that you might wish to name, he loved all of us.
It is one thing to believe that all people should be reached with the gospel. It is quite another thing to truly embrace a diversity in one’s own local church: from a review of a fascinating book.
“Christianity is the only religion in history to have both a universal message and a multicultural expression and membership.”
A short review of a short, but excellent, book.
I’ve recently finished Asian Christian Theology: Evangelical Perspectives and I have somewhat ambivalent feelings towards it. I read the book in the Kindle edition (more of this later), but if you get the paperback, it is a medium format book of 372 pages. The overall level is fairly academic; it is a book to be studied […]
A short review of a very, very good book.
Four issues which should force mission agencies to rethink their approach to their work.
What I’ve spent the last four years working on.
Mission is witnessing to Jesus in the power of the Spirit; everything else details.
This post is brought to you by the number 4! The title captures the gist.