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Toward the Twenty-first Century in Christian Mission

by Mr. James M. Phillips

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This singular volume offers a comprehensive survey of the prospects and critical issues for the Christian world mission; the book's essays, written by various mission experts, demonstrate both depth and breadth of perspective. The essays in Part 1 consider the major elements in the church spectrum; Part II looks at the world by region; Part III treats the foundational disciplines of mission; and Part IV focuses on special challenges such as women in mission, the poor and mission, urban mission, the need for dialogue with other faiths, and church-state relations.

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