CitationSantos, Narry F. and Xenia Ling-Yee Chan (eds.). The Present and Future of Evangelical Mission: Academy, Agency, Assembly, and Agora Perspectives from Canada. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2022. (Evangelical Missiological Society Monograph Series; 15)
Table of ContentsPart 1: Mission in retrospect and prospect -- 1. The past, present, and future of evangelical missology / Sam George -- 2. Mission then and future: uncreating the past and disengaging from empire / Terry LeBlanc -- Part 2: Past Christian mission and its relevance to present mission -- 3. Ancient-future mission: clement of Alexandria and Contextual Mission in Late Antiquity / Matthew Friedman -- 4. Striking a hopeful pose: extending Ralph Winter's Ten Epochs of Redemptive History / Glenn Martin -- 5. The proper place for a woman: submitting to the original ideals of the Chinese and Korean church / Lisa Hamni Pak and Xenia Ling-Yee Chan -- Part 3: Present evangelical mission and its relevance to future mission -- 6. "Diversity Is a Fact: Inclusion Is a Choice": Is multiculturalism "Bad" for the church in Canada? -- 7. Churches together: Mission-Engaged differentiated unity as a hermeneutic of the gospel / Dave Witt -- 8. Healing of Memories: Reconciling the church fr the reconciliation of community / Manuel Böhm -- 9. Power and participation in evangelical mission / Marilyn Draper -- Part 4: Present and future of workplace mission -- 10. The business of mission: an Imago Dei Model for workplace as mission / Laurie George Busuttil and Susana J. Van Weelden -- 11. Renewing the role the church in cross-cultural marketplace ministry / Jonathan Fuller -- Conclusion: Surfacing significant changes in our understanding attitudes, and actions toward evangelical mission / Narry F. Santos.
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