Spirit-shaped Mission: A Holistic Charismatic Missiology

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Paternoster, 2005 - Religion - 154 pages
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Part one of the book assesses past theologies, drawing both on scholarly research and the thinking of key church leaders such as John Wimber, who have influenced the Anglican charismatic movement in Britain.

Part two addresses different issues that need considering in a holistic theology of mission, including the holistic content, experiential nature, contextual grounding, community focus and spirituality for mission. Spirit-Shaped Mission develops a framework for understanding the 'mission of the Spirit' that contributes to Pentecostal, evangelical and ecumenical thinking on the subject.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Wider Theology of Mission
7
Charismatic Theology of Mission
15
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Andrew Lord is Curate in the Parish of Long Buckby, West Haddon, Watford and Winwick.

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