Reflecting on and Equipping for Christian Mission edited by Stephen Bevans, Teresa Chai, J. Nelson Jennings, Knud Jorgensen and Dietrich Werner
Date added: 19/11/2015
Reflecting on and Equipping for Christian Mission
edited by Stephen Bevans, Teresa Chai, J. Nelson Jennings, Knud Jorgensen and Dietrich Werner
Publisher: Regnum (Edinburgh Centenary Series)
Published: 15 Sep 2015
This volume looks at mission formations for all Christians and missionary formation for mission workers, agencies and churches in a changing situation for mission. The focus is on educating the whole people of God. Here is the reason for the title of this volume: Reflecting and Equipping for Christian Mission. Theological education in the broad sense participates in the task of equipping people for God's mission in today's world. At the same time we affirm that all theological education is contextual and that no particular context should exercise dominant influence.
Stephen Bevans is Louis J. Luzbetak, SVD Professor of Mission and Culture (Emeritus) at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago.
Teresa Chai is a faculty member at Asia Pacific Theological Seminary filling the John Bueno Chair of Intercultural Studies and Global Mission Center Director.
J. Nelson Jennings has been Associate/Executive Director of Overseas Ministries Study Center, New Haven 2011-2015.
Knud Jorgensen is adjunct Professor at the MF Norwegian School of Theology and one of the editors of the Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series.
Dietrich Werner is Senior Theological Advisor to Bread for the World/Church development services in Berlin, Germany.
“Doing theological education contextuatly is not necessarily educating and equipping for mission. All theological education is contextual but in this book theological educators focus on missionary formation, missional leadership and theology of mission. A remarkable achievement, in which models from different global regions and churches, past and present, mutually enrich each other.”
(Kirsteen Kim, Professor at Leeds Trinity University, United Kingdom)
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