Mission Between the Times: Essays on the Kingdom
This revised version includes a new essay on the contemporary history of integral mission, a history that began with the Latin American Theological Fellowship, progressed within the Lausanne Movement, is bearing fruit globally through the Micah Network, and challenges evangelicals to address the major issues of our day.
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1 From Lausanne I to Lausanne III
2 Evangelism and the World
3 Spiritual Conflict
4 What is the Gospel?
5 The Contextualization of the Gospel
6 Christ and Antichrist in the Proclamation of the Gospel
7 The Fullness of Mission
8 The Unity of the Church and the Homogeneous Unit Principle
9 New Testament Perspectives on a Simple Lifestyle
10 The Mission of the Church in Light of the Kingdom of God
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