CitationSantos, Narry F. and Mark Naylor (eds.) Mission and Evangelism in a Secularizing World: Academy, Agency, and Assembly Perspectives from Canada. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2019. (Evangelical Missiological Society Monograph series; 2)
Table of ContentsIntroduction : Canadian perspectives on mission and evangelism in a secularizing world / Mark Naylor -- Doing things we have never done before / Sam Chaise -- Response to "doing things we have never done before" / Minho Song -- Returning to ancient paths / Connie denBok -- Response to "returning to ancient paths" / Michael Krause -- Connecting with secular Muslims through history and film : the case study of "Augustine : son of her tears" / Edward L. Smither -- Response to "connecting with secular Muslims through history and film" / John Franklin -- Infidels in the temple of secularism / Johnson Hsu -- The exodus of Generation Xs and Millennials from Canadian churches : implications for evangelism in a secular multicultural context / David Cheung -- Millennial Islam and secularization : witness among the next generation of Muslims (some preliminary thoughts) / Matthew Friedman -- How Africa might save global Christianity / Glenn Martin -- Do missionaries destroy culture? / Joanne Pepper -- Tentmaking : creative mission opportunities within a secularizing Canadian society / James W. Watson, Narry F. Santos -- Technology as loose cannon on the deck of secularization's ship / Glenn Martin -- Their eyes were opened : a holistic epistemology for missional discipleship / Steven Shetterly, Rhonda M. McEwen -- Conclusion : Next steps for mission and evangelism in a secularising world-Canadian perspectives / Narry F. Santos.
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Alternative TitleAcademy, Agency, and Assembly Perspectives from Canada