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by Ebbie Smith,Justice Anderson,John Mark Terry

eBook Missiology: An Introduction download ISBN: 0805410759
Author: Ebbie Smith,Justice Anderson,John Mark Terry
Publisher: B&H Academic (November 1, 1998)
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John Mark Terry currently serves as Professor of Missions at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Cordova, Tennessee. He earned his PhD in missions at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas

John Mark Terry currently serves as Professor of Missions at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Cordova, Tennessee. He earned his PhD in missions at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He and his wife Barbara served 24 years in the Pacific Rim with the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.

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Missiology is a valuable resource for anyone currently involved in missions, considering a life as a missionary, seminary students, or those simply interested . Publication Date: 1998.

Missiology is a valuable resource for anyone currently involved in missions, considering a life as a missionary, seminary students, or those simply interested in the foundations, history and strategy of missions. It also provides an extensive overview of church growth, church planting, church development, missionary strategy, and urban and humanitarian ministries.

Terry, John Mark, Ebbie Smith, and Justice Anderson, ed. Missiology: An Introduction to theFoundations, History, and Strategies of World Missions, Nashville, TN: Broadman &Holman Publishers, 1998

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This graduate-level introduction is divided into five sections (Introduction to the Study of Missiology, Biblical Basis of.John Mark Terry is professor of Missions at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary

This graduate-level introduction is divided into five sections (Introduction to the Study of Missiology, Biblical Basis of Missions, Theology of Missions, and Applied Missiology) and offers essays on modern missions issues and methods such as contextualization, spiritual warfare, and orality, as well as chapters on major world religions and cults in North America.

John Mark Terry, Ebbie Smith and Justice Anderson: Missiology: An Introducxtion to the Foundations, History, and Strategies of World Missions. Broadman & Holman, 1998. Kenneth Scott Latourette, A History of the Expansion of Christianity, Harper & Brothers, 1937.

NOTES 1. Justice Anderson, in Missiology: An Introduction to the Foundations, History, and Strategies of World Missions, ed. John Mark Terry, Ebbie Smith, Justice Anderson (Nashville, TN: Broadman & Holman, 1998), 243. 2. Aubrey Malphurs, Planting Growing Churches for th.

A valuable resource for anyone currently involved in missions, considering a life as a missionary, seminary students, or those simply interested in the foundations, history and strategy of missions. The writers offer readers a historical as well as current-day tour of international missions. In the end, the editors make a plea for continued support of missions and what readers can do to support this important cause.
Comments: (7)
ChallengeMine
Missiology is a perfect one-stop shop to begin the study of missions. The editors draw from dozens of writers to create forty-two chapters of a nearly encyclopedic overview of the study of missions or missiology. The expected chapters on the biblical basis of missions, history of missions, cross-cultural issues, status of the church, and strategy of missions are all superbly introduced and summarized. However, this volume also addresses subjects like steps to strategy development, missions education in churches, serving as a single missionary, specific methods of theological education, evangelistic approaches to each major religion, cross-cultural ministry in the USA, spiritual warfare, and many more topics. This breadth of detail sets Missiology apart from other introductions to the subject.

The reader should know that the editors are Southern Baptists and many are connected with the International Mission Board. Though the chapters are relevant to anyone studying missions from any faith tradition, the illustrations and examples are primarily drawn from the SBC's mission history and organizations. In addition, the book should be seen for what it is, an introduction. For those looking for a comprehensive interaction with each major issue in missiology, you will find that this book does not address each topic with ample detail.

The chapter that I thought was weakest was Jim Slack's chapter on "Strategies for Church Development". Slack advocates a specific model of church planting that uses small groups that meet in homes led by bi-vocational leaders and avoids the model that grows larger churches with full-time leadership. Slack applauds the Korean's contribution of early morning prayer meetings to the spectacular growth of the church there in the last generation, but ignores the fact that the vast majority of their churches do not follow the model for churches that he recommends. Slack should advocate for more freedom in developing a church planting model for each context rather than recommending one specific model.

I would recommend this book to anyone who is considering cross-cultural ministry or is interested in learning about the major and even minor topics within the field of missiology.
Kerry
This is a must read for an Christian, not just the ones looking vocationally at the mission field. It is very thick and some things are drawn out. If you like a good and very long read then read this book. If you are not a reader or a thinker, do not get this book.
Dogrel
Love it!
Gravelblade
Great history book on the church and Missiology and don't let the thickness of the book turn you away it's a great book
Fordrelis
excellent
Daiktilar
Due to the publishing date of this book, the reader must be careful not to use some of the facts and stats as current information. The editors did a good job providing for a good cross section of views from several different Practitioners. Also the reader should realize that many of the writers come from a similar denominational background. The historical and theological sections are very useful and provide the background for doing further research in the field of Missiology.
Hbr
This book really gives clear understanding of what the mission of God is truly about and not the practices of religion. Understanding that being intentional in our relationship with people will allow them to see the love of God in you, while reminding us of what our purpose is about. We are light when we reflect God's love
Missiology was a great book. The content was very well explained and provided excellent resources. It was very good good.