Social Justice: Social Gospel?

VOL 20; ISSUE 5

09/01/2011

Articles

Assessing Incarnational Ministry: A Brief Primer A Dialogue with J. Todd Billings

Thursday, 01 Sep 2011

One cannot read far into the literature on youth ministry, cross-cultural ministry, or the missional church without seeing references to "incarnational ministry." Dozens of books, websites, and ministries have adopted incarnational ministry as their basic model for ministry: just as the Word became flesh in Jesus Christ, we should take on a second culture as our own, becoming "incarnate" in that culture. While there have been occasional short articles expressing concern about some aspects of incarnational ministry, there has not been a survey of how the model is used, a critique, and then ...

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