Transformation after Lausanne Radical Evangelical Mission in Global-Local Perspective

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List price: $38.00
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 7/23/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 310
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Beverly Lewis was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania on April 17, 1949. She received a degree in music education from Evangel University. She grew up as an Assembly of God minister's daughter. Although she was not Amish, she had a close family connection to Old Order Mennonites, including her maternal grandmother who left the Mennonite community when she married. Her first book, Mountain Bikes and Garbanzo Beans (now titled Big Bad Beans) was published in 1993. Since then she has written over eighty books. Her titles for children and young adults include several series including the Cul-De-Sac Kids, the Girls Only (GO!), and the Holly's Heart. Her adult fiction books include The Heritage of Lancaster County series, the Abram's Daughters series, The Rose Trilogy, and the Home to Hickory Hollow series. She has received numerous awards including two Silver Angel Awards for The Postcard and Annika's Secret Wish and a Gold Book Award for The Shunning. In 2014, she made The New York Times Best Seller List with her title Child of Mine.Ronald J. Sider (PhD, Yale University) is the founder and president emeritus of Evangelicals for Social Action and distinguished professor of theology, holistic ministry, and public policy at Palmer Theological Seminary in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. He is the author of numerous books, including the bestselling Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger and The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience.

What is an Evangelical?
What is a Radical Evangelical?
Lausanne I and Mission as Transformation
Transformation: The Development of the Term
Mission as Transformation and David Bosch
Mission in Context as Transformation
Mission as Transformation in Filipino Context
The Global and the Local
Transformation between the Global and the Local
A History
Introduction to Part I
Evangelical Social Concern and Mission Prior to Lausanne I: Roots of Transformation
Social Concern and Evangelism - Look Back
A Twentieth Century Phenomenon
Factors in the Great Reversal
The Fundamentalist-Modernist Debate and Protestant Missions
Evangelicals versus Ecumenicals
Evangelical Diversity in Missionary Social Ethics
Evangelical Relief and Development Ministries after World War Two
Evangelical Missionary Humanitarianism
Evangelicals toward Development
Increasing Need for a Theology of Development
Lausanne '74 to Wheaton '83: Internal Tensions
Lausanne '74
Affirmation of Socio-Political Involvement at Lausanne
The Statement on Radical Discipleship
Radical Discipleship as Precursor to Transformation
Tensions from Within: Evangelical Social Concern after Lausanne
Narrow View vs. Broad View
Prioritization vs. Holism
First World Theology vs. Two Thirds World Theology
Liberation Theology and Transformation: External Tension
Tension from Without: The Challenge of Liberation Theology
What Is It?
Liberation Missiology?
A Radical Evangelical Response
Wheaton '83: Toward an Evangelical Theology of Liberation
Three-in-One Consultation
Track III: The Church in Response to Human Need
From Development (and Liberation) to Transformation
After Wheaton '83: Structural and Theological Developments
Implementing Structures
The International Fellowship of Evangelical Mission Theologians
Oxford Centre for Mission Studies
Publishing Initiatives: Transformation, Regnum Books, and Others
Bridges: Participation in Lausanne -Sponsored and WCC Gatherings
Theological Developments in Mission as Transformation
Local and Global Culture: Mission in Context as Transformation
Faith and Money: Toward Transformational Economics
(W)Holistic Mission: Toward a Truer Integration
The Power of the Holy Spirit for Holistic Mission: A Radical Pentecostal Contribution
Global Dimensions
Introduction to Part II
The Biblical Kingdom
The Role of the Bible in Mission as Transformation
The Bible: The Inspired Story of the Kingdom of God
The Bible: Kingdom Text for Holistic Mission in Context
The Kingdom Story in the Old Testament
Shalom and Fall
Redemption through Peoplehood
Messianic Hope
The Kingdom Story in the New Testament
Jesus Christ: The King Has Come/The Kingdom Has Dawned
The Holy Spirit: Life and Power While the Kingdom Community Awaits
Eschatology: The Certainty of God's Future/The Practice of Hope
Kingdom Mission in between the Times
Kingdom Integration
Word, Work and Wonder
Reconciliation/Solidarity and Stewardship
Communities of Integration: Where Present and Future Meet
Kingdom Incarnation
Mission in Context
Full Contextual Engagement
Local Faith
Kingdom Commitment to the Poor
Mission as Journey with, for and among the Poor
Freedom and Power through Personhood
Local Filipino Dimensions
Introduction to Part III
Filipino Mission as Transformation in Global and Historical Context
Global Theological Links
Kingdom Integration
Kingdom Incarnation
Kingdom Commitment to the Poor
Filipino Mission as Transformation in Local Historical Context
Beginnings: From IVCF-Phil to ISACC
Filipino People Power
Evangelical Participation and Emerging Mission as Transformation
Transformationists in the Filipino Evangelical Community
Kingdom Mission beyond Colonialism
Resistance and Subversion from the Beginning
Critical Consciousness
A Prophetic Ministry
Nationalistic or Local Faith
Whole Being/Whole Ministry
Theology of Beauty
Spirit World Cosmology
Church Unity with a Purpose
Across Church Forms
Across Denominations
Mass Movements: Mobilizing the Poor
Religious Validation and Inspiration
Solidarity and Empowerment
Missiological Glocalization
Introduction to Part IV
Glocal Dimensions: Partnership in Mission in the Twenty First Century
Mission as Transformation between the Global and the Local
The Local in the Global: Globalization from Below
The Global in the Local: Pan-Localization from Above
Glocal Dimensions of Mission as Transformation
Orthodox and Contextual
Incarnational Dialogue
Post-Colonial Reconciliation
Collaborative Action
Issues for Further Exploration
A Final Word on Methodology
The Globalization of the Gospel: Challenging the Giant Redwood
The Mustard Seed in the Philippines
Statement on Radical Discipleship at Lausanne '74
Wheaton '83 Statement on Transformation
ISACC - Who We Are
Select Bibliography
Name Index
Subject Index
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