Swm/Sis At Forty: A Participants/Observer's View of Our History
"Seldom are we able to listen to the story of a school that has so greatly impacted world mission. As we contemplated how to record the first forty years of the School of World Mission, now School of Intercultural Studies,...
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"Seldom are we able to listen to the story of a school that has so greatly impacted world mission. As we contemplated how to record the first forty years of the School of World Mission, now School of Intercultural Studies, it was obvious that the best way was to capture the memory of one who lived it. While many of our faculty can claim deep root in the school, no one compares to Chuck Kraft who, apart from the first four years, has been a vital part of every development." - C. Douglas McConnell, Dean, School of Intercultural Studies
Charles H. Kraft (Ph.D., Hartford Seminary Foundation) is Sun-Hee Kwak Professor of Anthropology and Intercultural Communication in the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Seminary, Pasadena, California.
He is the author of Christianity in Culture; Deep Wounds, Deep Healing; Defeating Dark Angels; Anthropology for Christian Witness and Communication Theory for Christian Witness. He has served as a missionary in Northern Nigeria, a professor in African languages at Michigan State University and UCLA, and part-time professor of anthropology at Biola University.
Some of his recent popular books include Two Hours to Freedom: A Simple and Effective Model for Healing and Deliverance; Confronting Powerless ChristianityEvangelicals and the Missing Dimension and I Give You Authority: Practising the Authority Jesus Gave us
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