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To All Nations from All Nations A History of the Christian Missionary Movement

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ISBN-10: 1426754892

ISBN-13: 9781426754890

Edition: N/A

Authors: Justo L. Gonz�lez, Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi

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Sharing the Good News might be understood as the prime directive of the Church from its earliest times, but the Church soon discovered unforeseen obstacles and its own set of temptations, including its lust for power and domination. Although the gospel might be joyfully offered, it was not always received in the same spirit. And the Church was not always gracious with dissent and criticism. Even so, the Church continues to reach out to the least, the last, and the lost—attempting to bring them into the family of God. But for mission to be effective today, it must take advantage of indigenous resources and recognize its limitations as well as its gifts.This book broadly introduces prominent…    
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List price: $49.99
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Publication date: 4/1/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 484
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.496

Justo L. Gonz�lez, a retired member of the R�o Grande Conference of the United Methodist Church, went to college and seminary in Cuba before receiving postgraduate degrees from Yale University. He taught at the Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico and Candler School of Theology in Atlanta. He played a key part in the founding of the Asociaci�n para la Educaci�n Teol�gica Hispana and of the Hispanic Summer Program. He was also the first executive director of the Hispanic Theological Initiative. Justo has published more than one hundred books, as well as hundreds of articles, and edited the journal Apuntes for twenty years.

Missiology, Mission, and the History of Missions
Church History and the History of Missions
Pastoral Theology, the History of Missions, and the People of God
The Structure of This History of the Missionary Movement
Bible, Mission, and the History of Missions
The Use and Interpretation of the Bible throughout the History of Missions
Translation and Interpretation
The Old Testament and the Mission of the Church
The New Testament and Theological Criteria for the Mission
The Expansion of Christianity during the Period of the New Testament
Missions in Antiquity
From the End of the New Testament to the Conversion of Constantine
The Christian Empire and the Suppression of Paganism
Christian Expansion beyond the Roman Empire
General Considerations
Medieval Missions
From the Germanic Invasions to the Advance of Islam
From the British Missionary Thrust to the Crusades
From the Renaissance of the Twelfth Century to the End of the Middle Ages
General Considerations
Missions in the Early Modern Age
Catholic Missions
The Expansion of Orthodox Christianity
Early Protestant Missions
General Considerations
Missions in Late Modernity
General Introduction
The Roman Catholic Church
Eastern Orthodoxy
General Considerations
Missions in the Far East and the South Pacific
Missions in India
Christianity in Ceylon
Christianity in Southeast Asia
Christianity in the Malay Archipelago
Christianity in the Philippines
Christianity in Japan and Korea
Christianity in China
Christianity in Australia and the Islands of the Pacific
General Considerations
Missions and Witness in the Middle East and Muslim Majority Countries
The Ancient Eastern Churches
Catholic Missions
Protestant Missions
General Considerations
Missions in Sub-Saharan Africa
The Orthodox Tawahedo Church of Ethiopia
Protestant Missions in Sub-Saharan Africa
Catholic Missions in Africa
Christianity in Madagascar
General Considerations
Missions in Latin America
New Circumstances
Christianity in the Southern Cone
Christianity in the Andean Region
Christianity in Colombia, Panama, and Venezuela
Christianity in Brazil
Christianity in Mesoamerica
Christianity in the Latin Caribbean
General Considerations
From All the Nations: Mission in a Postmodern and Postcolonial World
A Complex History with Lessons for the Future
Can an Old Center of Christianity Be a New Mission Field?
Christianity at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century: Missionary Challenges
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