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Mission Strategies Then and Now: An Introduction to Biblical Missiology

by Robin Daniel

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Every day our world grows more like the Roman Empire - people traveling widely, learning new languages, becoming multi-cultural. The early churches had a mission strategy for such a context. Would it work today?

Our mission to the nations was planned and launched by Jesus and his apostles. So what did they have in mind? How would they respond to new cultures, pioneer unreached areas? What strategies did they use? How effective were they? And could we do the same?

The New Testament was written as Jewish history, an account of God himself at work. Every incident is significant, every decision momentous, every detail designed to teach us something. But are we reading it as its writers intended? Have we overlooked God's own paradigm for mission?

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