Missiology is a vast resource that explores the biblical mandate for world evangelization, reviews the history of missions, and describes the current state of world religions. Explaining the findings of today's leading missiologists, this book provides an extensive overview of church growth, church planting, church development, missionary strategy, and urban and humanitarian ministries. This book is writen by over thirty authorities in fields such as history, anthropology, urbanology, world religions, strategic planning, and biblical and systematic theology. The three editors are former missionaries who are now professors of missions: John Mark Terry at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; and Ebbie Smith and Justice Anderson at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 768 Vendor: B&H Books Publication Date: 1998
ISBN: 0805410759 ISBN-13: 9780805410754 Availability: In Stock
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.