Overcoming the World Missions Crisis: Thinking Strategically to Reach the World

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Russell Penney
Kregel Academic, 2001 - 389 pages
A wake-up call to evangelicals to return to the biblical mandate and model for missions before we have no unique message to proclaim. An alarming view of missions in the twenty-first century.
 

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Contents

Contributors
9
The Crisis in Missions
19
The Sufficiency of Scripture as a Foundation
27
The Proper Place of the Study of Missions
43
Key Theological Concerns Enduring and Contemporary
57
The Sovereignty of God in Missions
76
The Destiny of the Unevangelized
84
The Challenge of Religious Pluralism 1
109
Demonology and the Mission Field
207
Financial Support of the Missionary
241
The Responsibility of the Local Church
258
The Role of the Mission Agency
280
The Missionarys Responsibility to the Sending Church
293
ShortTerm Missions 1
304
Appendixes
343
How You Can Help the Doezel Family Reach
349

The Necessity of Theological Training for the Missionary
173
Women on the Mission Field
189

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