Ethics & World Religions: Cross-Cultural Case StudiesEthics & World Religions: Cross-Cultural Case Studies
Regina Wolfe
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From the publisher: The ethical issues included deal with family and culture (female circumcision, marriage and divorce, sexuality, domestic violence); state policy (religious freedom and human rights, family planning); economics and ecology (land reform, land development, child labor, insider trading); and public health and medicine (AIDS, organ donation, reproductive technology, care of the disabled). Geared for courses in social ethics, comparative religion, world religions, or cross-cultural studies, the book's introduction provides an overview of world religions, including Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, Judaism, Sikhism, Baha'i, and Indigenous religions. It also includes material on how to use the case method approach in teaching religious ethics.

Preaching to Every Pew: Cross Cultural StrategiesPreaching to Every Pew: Cross Cultural Strategies
James R. Nieman, Thomas G. Rogers

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The growing cultural diversity of American society is mirrored in the pews and parishes of mainline denominations and represents a dynamic challenge to the effective proclamation of the gospel on Sunday mornings. Preaching to Every Pew, based on extensive field research, takes on the challenge of preaching in such a context. The authors map an approach to culture from four signifigant perspectives: ethnicity, class, displacement, and religious beliefs. They describe the signifigant ways in which culture influences human beings, detail how cultural influences affect and complicate communication in general and preaching in particular, and then recommend practical strategies for improving communication in culturally diverse settings. Preaching to Every Pew is an invaluable aid to pastors and seminaries yearning for more effective ways to proclaim the gospel.

Cross Cultural CounselingCross Cultural Counseling
Aarf van Beek

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Using a wide variety of concrete cases, van Beek outlines sensitivities, awarenesses, and skills fundamental to cross - cultural counseling issues such as: identity, sense of belonging, worldview, identification, family counseling, and use of biblical resources.

Christian Mission A Case Study ApproachChristian Mission A Case Study Approach
Alan Neely
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The case study method of teaching has revolutionized higher education, becoming the favored technique of presenters who want to help groups entertain options outside their normal repertory of programmed responses. In Christian Mission: A Case Study Approach, Neely, adapts this educational tool to the study of cross cultural ministries and mission.

Gifts Of Many CulturesGifts Of Many Cultures
Maren C. Tirabassi, Kathy Wonson Eddy
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This book is a moving collection of liturgical resources from the global community. It is designed to enrich worship, encourage cross-cultural appreciation, facilitate church mission programming, and deepen spritual understanding across the global community.

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In India's West Bengal state, local Christians and missionaries faced death threats for their faith, according to Mission News Network. Fourteen members of a Gospel for Asia church were severely beaten and forced to leave their homes on July 10 [2008], after being accused of forcing conversions and bringing an illness on the village. The mob threatened to kill the believers if they remained in the village. Village leader Negesh Rai brought the matter to the attention of local police, which led to calls for his resignation by protesting villagers. On July 16, the believers were removed to a different area for safety.

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