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|Description:||333 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||The greatest commission --
Breaking free through discerning inculturation --
Breaking free of the entrapment of indiscriminate enculturation --
Greatest co-mission : the missional Trinity --
Communities of Christ's risen presence --
Mission of incarnation and resurrection --
Communities of Christ's crucified presence : beautiful scars --
Mission about the cross, mission under the cross : his completed redemption --
Communities of the Triune missional God : mission the mother of theology, theology the mother of mission --
Mission as theosis --
Communities of the spirit : gathered and scattered --
Communities of forgiveness : mission of absolution and freedom.
Western Culture has become increasingly secularized as the influence and strength of the church has diminished. Is there hope for the church re-evangelizing the West? In this theology of God and the church, Ross Hastings says yes.
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