Proclaiming Christ in Christ's Way: Studies in Integral Mission: Essays Presented to Walter Arnold on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday
In March 1987, forty-five Christians from around the world met to consider evangelism at the invitation of the Commission for World Mission and Evangelism of the World Council of Churches. In this volume, thirteen of the participants from five continents expand on an aspect of integral evangelism discussed in that statement. The collection is a sixtieth-birthday tribute to the host of the Stuttgart meeting, Walter Arnold, of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Wuerttemberg.
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Chapter Three Evangelicals and Wholistic Evangelism
Chapter Four World Evangelisation Institutional
Chapter Five Gospel and Culture
Chapter Seven Evangelisation and Culture
Chapter Eight Christian Ethics
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