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Korean Church, God's Mission, Global Christianity - volume 26

By: Ahn, Kyo Seong(Edited by) Ma, Wonsuk(Edited by)

Part of the Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series series
1912343401 / 9781912343409
eBook
275.195
01/10/2015
Available
England
408 pages
Copy: 10%; print: 10%
Description based on print version record.

Once considered as a Cinderella in church growth and mission in the post-Edinburgh Conference era, the Korean church is given its due in this book.

As a guide to Korean Christianity, it contains more than thirty chapters, written by historians, missiologists, sociologists, mission practitioners, pastors, and church leaders.

They come from a wide range of church traditions, and also from within and without South Korea.

This volume assesses the legacy and place of Korean Christianity and its mission, provides insightful and self-critical accounts in topics ranging from theories, policies, practices, and prospects, and offers a useful overview of how the Korean church grew into a missionary church.

As a non-western major mission force, it has been equipping itself and others for service by broadening the understanding of God's mission throughout the turbulent years of imperialism, post-colonialism and globalisation.

The book, concluding with reflections on the future challenges and possibilities, is intended as an important gift to the Korean church and to world Christianity.

BIC:

HRCX7 Christian mission & evangelism

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