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BIBLICAL MISSIOLOGY: A UNIVERSITY COURSE IN CROSS-CULTURAL MINISTRY

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  • ISBN 9780953856541
  • Author DANIEL ROBIN
  • Pub Date 01/01/2014
This module offers an introduction to missiology as an aspect of applied theology and as an academic subject in its own right, drawing from a wide range of disciplines including biblical studies, sociology, psychology, anthropology, geography and history...
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This module offers an introduction to missiology as an aspect of applied theology and as an academic subject in its own right, drawing from a wide range of disciplines including biblical studies, sociology, psychology, anthropology, geography and history.

It should enable the student to assess other theological disciplines from a practical missiological perspective, and to approach the OT and NT scriptures from the viewpoint of a pioneer cross-cultural missionary.

This course takes a fresh look at the Great Commission given by Jesus to his disciples. It will prepare you to serve as a cross-cultural missionary, or to support others engaged in this vital task.

It should equip you to:
-- understand what the Old and New Testaments say about mission
-- assess the mission strategies adopted by Jesus and by Paul
-- evaluate diverse cultures from a biblical perspective
-- address some important controversial issues in world mission
-- understand the sociology and psychology of conversion
-- see how the history of gospel mission may help us today
-- prepare to go into an unreached area and present the gospel to an unreached people
-- develop strategies suited to the particular people you are approaching
-- recognize and overcome many of the difficulties faced by pioneer missionaries.

Product details:
Spiral-bound : 160 pages
ISBN-13 : 9780953856541