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Communicating God’s Word in a Complex World: God’s Truth or Hocus Pocus?

Religion


by
Van Charles E. Engen (Author), Daniel R. Shaw (Author) and Lamin Sanneh (Introduction author)

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 280 pages

File size: 6.2 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Communicating God’s Word in a Complex World reaches out to the growing number of missionaries, pastors, Bible translators and teachers, mission and theological educators and students dealing with communicating the gospel. This is increasingly difficult in today’s pluralist and global contexts. What was God’s message, and how has spreading that message changed through the generations? The answer to that question requires a hermeneutical process that seeks to understand the biblical text and the context in which it was originally presented. R. Daniel Shaw and Charles Van Engen say that contemporary proclaimers of God’s word can model their approach after that of the writers of scripture, who reinterpreted and restated their received texts for their audiences. Thus, Gospel communication is impacted by the way humans know God. This, in turn, is informed by contexts. Communicating God’s Word in a Complex World draws lessons from the biblical authors themselves as a guide for how best to present God’s message.

Communicating God’s Word in a Complex World reaches out to the growing number of missionaries, pastors, Bible translators and teachers, mission and theological educators and students dealing with communicating the gospel. This is increasingly difficult in today’s pluralist and global contexts. What was God’s message, and how has spreading that message changed through the generations? The answer to that question requires a hermeneutical process that seeks to understand… (more)

Communicating God’s Word in a Complex World reaches out to the growing number of missionaries, pastors, Bible translators and teachers, mission and theological educators and students dealing with communicating the gospel. This is increasingly difficult in today’s pluralist and global contexts. What was God’s message, and how has spreading that message changed through the generations? The answer to that question requires a hermeneutical process that seeks to understand the biblical text and the context in which it was originally presented. R. Daniel Shaw and Charles Van Engen say that contemporary proclaimers of God’s word can model their approach after that of the writers of scripture, who reinterpreted and restated their received texts for their audiences. Thus, Gospel communication is impacted by the way humans know God. This, in turn, is informed by contexts. Communicating God’s Word in a Complex World draws lessons from the biblical authors themselves as a guide for how best to present God’s message.

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