Contextualization: Meanings, Methods, and Models

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William Carey Library, 2000 - 294페이지

Those who have come to expect expert analysis of contextualization from David Hesselgrave will not be disappointed with this work. "His expertise," writes George Peters, "shines through in this book."


Teaming up with Hesselgrave is Ed Rommen, who, according to Peters, is "becoming an authority in practical contextualization." Together they skillfully bring the labyrinth of meanings, proposals, and tasks of contextualization into clearer focus. The result, says Peters, "is the most comprehensive treatise on the subject produced by evangelical scholars."

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Missions
12
What Is New?
27
Contemporary Understandings of and Approaches
37
The Contextualization
144
Language and Meaning
158
Basic Assumptions
170
The Semantic Problem and
180
A Catechism
212
An Evangelistic
222
A Debate
238
A Contextualized Sermon for Nominal Christians in Central
246
Bibliography
259
Index of Subjects
269
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