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The Gospel Among the Nations: A Documentary History of Inculturation
Orbis Books / 2010 / Paperback
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This outstanding collection of original texts from all eras of church history poses tough questions about how and why the gospel can and should become incarnate in other cultures. From Pope Gregory's famous advice for Augustine of Canterbury to W.E. Hocking's fateful "Attitudes Toward People of Other Faiths." 400 pages, softcover.
The book is structures around a short incisive introduction, Part 1, to acquaint students with the broad implications of the question, "How has the church wrestled with the problem of cultures in its 2,000-year history?"
That is followed by a longer Part 2 which contains both longer and shorter clssical texts illustrating the ways in which bishops, popes, and other c hurch leaders construed the issues in every important cross-cultural encounter of the gospel and the nations.
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