Series: Christian Mission and Modern Culture

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Another City: An Ecclesiological Primer for a Post-Christian World by Barry A. Harvey
Believing in the Future: Toward a Missiology of Western Culture (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by David J. Bosch
Beyond Sectarianism: Re-Imagining Church and World (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Philip D. Kenneson
Canon and Mission (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by H. D. Beeby
The Change of Conversion and the Origin of Christendom (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Alan Kreider
Choices at the Heart of Technology: A Christian Perspective (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Ruth Conway
The Clash of Civilizations: An Intrusive Gospel in Japanese Civilization (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Robert Lee
The End of Christendom and the Future of Christianity by Douglas John Hall
The Incarnation and the Church's Witness by Darrell L. Guder
Into the Vacuum (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Gordon Scoville
Liberating Evangelism: Gospel, Theology, and the Dynamics of Communication (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Stephen K. Pickard
Living Faithfully in a Fragmented World: Lessons for the Church from Macintyre's After Virtue (Christian Mission and Mod by Jonathan R. Wilson
Missiological Implications of Epistemological Shifts: Affirming Truth in a Modern/Postmodern World (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Paul G. Hiebert
The Mission of Theology and Theology As Mission (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by J. Andrew Kirk
The Missionary Congregation, Leadership, and Liminality (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Alan J. Roxburgh
Power, Truth, and Community in Modern Culture (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Charles C. West
Proclaiming the Scandal: Reflections on Post-Modern Ministry (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Jerome E. Burce
Religion and the Variety of Culture: A Study in Origin and Practice (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Sanneh Lamin
The Secular Experience of God (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Kenneth Cragg
Secularization and Mission: A Theological Essay (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by L. A. Hoedemaker
A Spacious Heart: Essays on Identity and Belonging (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Judith M. Gundry-Volf
Speaking the Truth in Love: New Testament Resources for a Missional Hermeneutic (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by James V. Brownson
To Understand the World, To Save the World: The Interface Between Missiology and the Social Sciences (Christian Mission & Modern Culture) by Charles R. Taber
Truth and Authority in Modernity (Christian Mission and Modern Culture) by Lesslie Newbigin
Write the Vision: The Church Renewed by Wilbert R. Shenk

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  1. The Continuing Conversion of the Church (The Gospel & Our Culture Series) by Darrell L. Guder (2000)
  2. The Open Secret: An Introduction to the Theology of Mission by Lesslie Newbigin (1978)
  3. Transforming Mission by David Jacobus Bosch (1991)
  4. Foolishness to the Greeks: The Gospel and Western Culture by Lesslie Newbigin (1986)
  5. Christianity in Culture: A Study in Dynamic Biblical Theologizing in Cross-Cultural Perspective by Charles H. Kraft (1979)
  6. The Shaping of Things to Come: Innovation and Mission for the 21 Century Church by Michael Frost (2003)
  7. The Gospel in a Pluralist Society by Lesslie Newbigin (1989)
  8. The Great Giveaway: Reclaiming the Mission of the Church from Big Business, Parachurch Organizations, Psychotherapy, Con by David E. Fitch (2005)
  9. A Peculiar People: The Church As Culture in a Post-Christian Society by Rodney Clapp (1996)
  10. The Mission of God: Unlocking the Bible's Grand Narrative by Christopher J. H. Wright (2006)
  11. The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith by Andrew F. Walls (1996)
  12. Signs Amid the Rubble: The Purposes of God in Human History by Lesslie Newbigin (2003)
  13. The Forgotten Ways: Reactivating the Missional Church by Alan Hirsch (2006)
  14. Breaking the Missional Code: Your Church Can Become a Missionary in Your Community by Ed Stetzer (2006)
  15. Christianity Rediscovered by Vincent Jerome Donovan (1978)

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What isn't a series?

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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