Perspectives on the World Christian Movement: Reader

Perspectives on the World Christian Movement: Reader Review

Perspectives on the World Christian Movement (Third Edition) is a collection of readings exploring the biblical, historical, cultural, and strategic dimensions of world evangelization. Writings from more than 90 mission scholars and practitioners introduce lay people and students to the astounding potential of the global Christian movement. Each of the 125 articles offers practical wisdom enabling Christians to labor together in bold, biblical hope to finish the task of seeing Christ named and followed among all the peoples of the earth.

Title:Perspectives on the World Christian Movement: Reader
Edition Language:English

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  • Angela

    February 4, 2009 - This book which was made for the college course "Perspectives on the World Christian Movement" is unique in that it is not written by one or two authors, but by many authors all s...

  • John Rimmer

    As of the writing of this review I've read 24 of the 124 articles in this collection and they have been educational and inspiring. A great collection and survey of the missionary enterprise....

  • Jay R

    Such informative and enlightening material. This book is full of articles, stories and essays of some of the greatest minds. This is material that can be read and re-read and read again!...

  • Kend

    When reviewing an anthology, I get all tangled up in trying to reconcile my analysis of the texts themselves, the motives and mechanics of the anthologist, and the applicability of the text to its ta...

  • The other John

    It's always a joy to finish a textbook. No matter how interesting the topic, reading a textbook is an effort and I'm very glad to see the last page. Perspectives is a course on cross cultural missio...

  • Shaun Lee

    My bias is perhaps I have more interest in biblical theology than in the history of world missions, and having grown up in a charismatic missions church, find the case studies to be less "spectacular"...

  • John

    This is the main text for the 15-week, missions-oriented class by the same time. I took the less intensive track, which they call "key readings," sort of the equivalent of auditing a college course. S...

  • Michael

    This book is really a compilation of short articles by many different authors, missionaries, and leaders. I read the book while taking the Perspectives class. While it was assigned as homework for me,...

  • Lizzy B

    An interesting insight into missions work as has previously happened while providing models and theories applicable in all situations. Some of the essays are more biographical while others are move ac...

  • Joseph

    Deeply challenging, potentially life-altering textbook for the class by the same name. Taking the 16 week course has challenged the way I see God, ministry, leadership development, priorities, culture...