The Praxis (#02 in Mission In Marginal Places Series)
:The second book in the series focuses on participation and practice, and discusses a range of ways in which Kingdom-centred mission can be embedded in the actually existing realms of activity and need in marginal places. The book explores five...
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:The second book in the series focuses on participation and practice, and
discusses a range of ways in which Kingdom-centred mission can be
embedded in the actually existing realms of activity and need in marginal
places. The book explores five different realms of practice, each presenting
opportunities for innovative expressions of incarnational attentiveness to
marginalized communities and people. It seeks to inspire prayerful and
discerning activity that tunes into what Jesus is doing in local places,
rather than providing any kind of "off-the-shelf" checklist of prefigured
mission tactics. It challenges readers to take their faith-praxis beyond
orthodox congregational settings and out into the everyday realms of life
in marginal places.
- Catalogue Code 451354
- Product Code 9781842279106
- ISBN 1842279106
- EAN 9781842279106
- Pages 224
- Department Academic
- Category Church
- Sub-Category Missions
- Publisher Paternoster Press
- Publication Date Sep 2016
- Sales Rank 3723
- Dimensions 216 x 140mm
- Weight 0.305kg
Paul Cloke is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Exeter.
Paul previously worked in the Geography departments of the University of Wales, Lampeter, and the University of Bristol, before taking up an appointment at the University of Exeter in 2006. He is also Adjunct Professor at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, and from 1984-2012 was Founder Editor of Journal of Rural Studies, an international and multidisciplinary journal published by Elsevier Science. He was elected as an Academician of the Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences in 2002, as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand in 2005 and as a Fellow of the British Academy in 2009.