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Mission in Acts

Robert Gallagher (Ed)Paul Hertig (Ed)

Mission in Acts

Robert Gallagher (Ed)Paul Hertig (Ed)

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288 pages

- Publisher Robert L. Gallagher teaches history, theology, and leadership studies at Wheaton College Graduate School, Wheaton, Illinois. He served as a theological educator in Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific Paul Hertig is professor of global studies and sociology at Azusa Pacific University and directs an urban immersion program in Los Angeles, California

- Publisher In this fresh and exciting re-reading of Acts - which some have termed the "Gospel of the Holy Spirit" - twenty-three scholars and practitioners of Christian mission and ministry reflect of key texts from the perspective of the contemporary apostolate. Reflecting the best available scholarship, the authors consistently make connections between the biblical text and their own personal narratives. From contexts as varied as church-planting among Asian immigrants to archaeological work at the University of Pennsylvania, they intertwine their personal narratives with the practice of theology in a myriad of postmodern contexts.

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About "Mission in Acts"

288 pages
- Publisher

Robert L. Gallagher teaches history, theology, and leadership studies at Wheaton College Graduate School, Wheaton, Illinois. He served as a theological educator in Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific Paul Hertig is professor of global studies and sociology at Azusa Pacific University and directs an urban immersion program in Los Angeles, California
- Publisher

In this fresh and exciting re-reading of Acts - which some have termed the "Gospel of the Holy Spirit" - twenty-three scholars and practitioners of Christian mission and ministry reflect of key texts from the perspective of the contemporary apostolate. Reflecting the best available scholarship, the authors consistently make connections between the biblical text and their own personal narratives. From contexts as varied as church-planting among Asian immigrants to archaeological work at the University of Pennsylvania, they intertwine their personal narratives with the practice of theology in a myriad of postmodern contexts.
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Meet the Authors

Robert Gallagher (Ed)

Robert L. Gallagher is associate professor of intercultural studies at Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois

Paul Hertig (Ed)

Paul Hertig is professor of Global Studies at Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 237219
  • Product Code 1570754934
  • EAN 9781570754937
  • Pages 332
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category New Testament
  • Publisher Orbis
  • Publication Date Jan 2003
  • Dimensions 233 x 155 x 20 mm
  • Weight 0.490kg

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