The Shaping of Missions

Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020

The problem is not that missionaries use the tools of modernism. I do myself. Rather, it is that they now often use these tools to dominate their theology.
Forgive the pretentious title. It encapsulates thoughts that are broad, but they may or may not be deep. You decide. Perhaps I am scattered, but I hope to share a wide range of thoughts I think must go together. I am a missionary, but there are men and women who have been missionaries longer. Twenty-something years does not make anyone an expert. The ideas, the nagging ideas I keep struggling with, will not leave me alone. They beg to be heard, and I am in the mood to indulge them. An observation: I am an American Protestant ...

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