Mission in the Twenty-First Century: Exploring the Five Marks of Global Mission
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About "Mission in the Twenty-First Century: Exploring the Five Marks of Global Mission"
Aimed at practitioners, church leaders, academics, and students of mission and world Christianity, Mission in the Twenty-First Century provides fresh insights on the theology and practice of mission in our age. It brings together scholarly reflection on practice, case studies and stories, and questions for discussion. Addressing the "five marks of mission evangelism and proclamation, discipleship, social service, social transformation, and ecological concern chapters examine these marks in the context of such important factors as globalization, migration, Islam, "old Christendom," and peace and reconciliation. In addition to the editors, the international group of contributors includes Desmond Tutu, Jehu Hanciles, Anne Marie Kool, David Zac Nirigiye, Tony Gittins, Lamin Sanneh, Ashish Crispal, Melba Maggay, Hami Tutu Chapman, Gerald Pilay, Kwame Bediako, and Moonjang Lee.
Meet the Author
Andrew F Walls
Andrew F. Walls is one of the foremost interpreters of world Christianity, a scholar whose work moves across all theological disciples to discern the patterns of Christian life in both its global dimension and rich pluriformity.