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A challenge to the remnant!: Designing our mission strategy to impact the…
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0971785309, Paperback)A Challenge To The Remnant is an extraordinary volume about the mission given to an extraordinary group of people, called Seventh-day Adventists. It was written specifically for their benefit, but anyone who is truly serious about being an active participant in God's mission to save the lost, will find its contents very profitable indeed. If you are a minister, church leader, or a lay-person looking for alternative ways for doing mission and ministry, you may find this book an invaluable reference source in the process of your search. Book Reviews How has the Adventist Mind-set restricted our ability to engage the real world with the everlasting gospel of Jesus? Are we ready for what God, through His Spirit, is about to do for lost humanity? Is there a mission beyond Adventism for God's remnant? Find the answers to these very important questions, and many others, in this compelling volume. "Dr. Ruthven Roy has written a book that deserves reading by those who would like to see the mission of the church move off of dead center. Must reading for those concerned with Adventist mission strategy." George R. Knight Ph.D., Professor of Church History, SDA Theological Seminary, Andrews University, USA. "Books describing the Remnant, its place in prophecy and role in the last days, are not unfamiliar on the Adventist scene. However this study is one with a difference. It is a long needed bridge-building work that connects the Adventist self-understanding and message with the task of the Church in the contemporary world. The book reads easily, but is provocative and bolder than most. . ." Russell Staples Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of World Mission, SDA Theological Seminary, Andrews University, USA.
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