A comprehensive evangelical approach to explaining and evaluating various meanings, methods, and models of faithfully communicating the gospel in a cross-cultural context.
David Hesselgrave, one of the most widely recognized authorities on contextualization, joins Ed Rommen in this comprehensive discussion to survey the history of contextualization in Bible and church history, explore significant proposals of prominent thinkers, and evaluate these proposals from five different perspectives. In Contextualization, the authors conclude their study by outlining their own definition and approach to contextualization, using numerous examples to illustrate their method of remaining solidly grounded in the written Word of God while relating to the linguistic and cultural backgrounds of those who hear the gospel.
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