By Beate Fagerli,Knud Jorgemsen,Rolv Olsen,Knud Jorgensen,Kari Storstein Haug,Knut Tveitereid
Cross-cultural undertaking has consistently been a prime studying adventure for the church. It pulls us out of a mono-cultural figuring out and is helping us find a valid theological pluralism which opens up for brand new views within the Gospel. Translating the Gospel into new languages and cultures is a human and divine technique of making us research new ‘incarnations’ of the excellent news. This booklet is compiled by way of contributions from younger missiologists from various elements of the realm. it's written from the viewpoint of adlescent to be a clean breath of air into extra conventional undertaking considering and venture paradigms. the flavor of this clean breath of air, coming from the more youthful new release, is “learning from others and from one another”: How may possibly conventional sending church buildings and businesses see themselves as receivers? How may possibly we convey reports from open air into our personal context? What may well we examine throughout geographical borders – North studying from South, South studying from North, South studying from South? What will we research from each other in a strategy of reciprocity? ‘Mission as learning”‘is not only a welcome addendum to project, yet a need if we'd like God’s Spirit to bare to us a few new dimensions of Jesus as he involves be recognized and enjoyed in “every state, tribe, humans and language.” A church that goals at being A studying Missional Church sorely wishes Reflections from younger Missiologists, as this booklet is entitled. The reflections are worthy a result of content material and substance, simply because they care for suitable concerns; they're worthy simply because they depict the church as a ‘learning agency’ cross-culturally; and they're worthwhile simply because they elevate symptoms of younger willingness to problem and alter. during this method those reflections may perhaps express the way in which in the direction of Edinburgh 2110.
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A Learning Missional Church: Reflections from Young Missiologists (Edinburgh Centenary) by Beate Fagerli,Knud Jorgemsen,Rolv Olsen,Knud Jorgensen,Kari Storstein Haug,Knut Tveitereid