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Missional Reformation for Discipling Nations: Churchshift: A Model for the…

by Abi Olowe

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The Lord is directing His Church in this generation towards social cultural transformation. Missional Reformation provides the theological base for Church-Society interaction. This is the second major Reformation of the Church. Up till now, the Church has understood the Gospel of the Kingdom of God to be the Gospel of Salvation alone. This book stresses the theology of Good Works that has been neglected by the Church for centuries. Discipling nations is one of the five cardinal principles of Good Works. The book is based on revelations and research. It provides answers to many theological questions. Volume 1 of the book focuses on the theological background while Volume 2 focuses on the practical aspect with the Embassy of God Church in Ukraine as the model church.

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