Secularization and Mission: A Theological Essay

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Gracewing Publishing, 1998 - Religion - 82 pages
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The aim of this book is to influence theology, particularly that theology that guides the way the church presents its message amid the plural forms of faith, rationality, and religion in a secularized world. Hoedemaker calls for serious reflection about what "mission" might mean when applied to modern culture.
 

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Contents

RELIGION RATIONALITY AND FAITH
11
CRISIS AND KAIROS
31
VITALITY AND COHERENCE
53
REJOINDER TO CHARLES WEST
76
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