Anthropological Insights for Missionaries

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Baker Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1986 - Religion - 315 pages
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One source to help missionaries understand the people they serve and their historical and cultural settings is in the field of study called anthropology. The author, an expert in his field, taps its insights for missionaries in a way that few others do.

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very helpful with my practical work.. Read full review

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i'd say a must read for anyone who's interested in missions. much of book deals w/ intercultural issues that every missionaries must face. i also found the last chapter very helpful as it discussed ... Read full review



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The late Paul G. Hiebert (1932-2007) was distinguished professor of mission and anthropology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and previously taught at Fuller Theological Seminary. He also served as a pastor and missionary to India. He received his PhD from the University of Minnesota and was the author or coauthor of numerous articles and books in the fields of anthropology and missions.

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