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Contemporary missiology : an introduction

Author: Johannes Verkuyl; Dale Cooper
Publisher: Grand Rapids : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., [1978]. ©1978.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Johannes Verkuyl; Dale Cooper
ISBN: 080283518X 9780802835185 0802803636 9780802803634
OCLC Number: 3966096
Notes: Translation of Inleiding in de nieuwere zendingswetenschap.
Description: xiv, 414 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Prolegomena: --
The term "missiology" --
Meaning of the term --
The place of missiology in the Encylopedia of Theology --
The relationship between missiology and other disciplines --
The position of missiology within theological education --
Protestant missiology prior to the nineteenth century: --
The sixteenth-century reformer's views on missions and missiology --
Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Dutch missionary projects --
Fragments of missiological reflection during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the pioneer period of missions --
Bibliography --
The history of missiology during the nineteenth and the twentieth centuries: --
German missiology --
Dutch missiology --
English missiology --
Scandanavian missiology --
Swiss missiology --
French protestant missiology --
Missiology in the United States --
A general look at Asian, African, and Latin American missiology --
Asian missiology --
A contribution from Sierra Leone --
South African missiology --
Latin American missiology --
Sources for the study of Roman Catholic missiology --
International association for mission studies --
The Biblical foundation for the worldwide mission mandate: --
The increased urgent need for a Biblical foundation --
The "how" of a Biblical foundation --
The significance of the Old Testament --
The intertestamental period --
The New Testament: book of world mission --
Bibliography --
The communication of the gospel to the church and the Jewish people: --
The New Testament "people of God" and the Old Testament "people of the promise" in Romans 9-11 --
Jews and Christians in Europe until the close of the second World War --
The World Council of Churches, the Roman Catholic church, and Judaism after the Second World War --
New ideas developed on the relationship of Jews to churches --
Who must communicate the gospel to the Jewish people? --
Changes in Judaism which affect the communication of the gospel --
How to communicate the gospel to the Jews --
Zionism --
The state of Israel --
The Palestinian question --
Theological interpretations of the modern state of Israel and the Middle East --
Reconciling Israelis and Palestinian Arabs --
Motives for fulfilling the missionary task: --
Pure motives --
Impure motives --
The goal and purpose of mission: --
The goal of saving individual souls --
Ecclesiocentric goals --
The "three-self" formula --
The goal of church growth --
The goal of forming a Christian society --
The goal of the "social gospel" --
The goal of improving macrostructures --
The goal of God's mission and ours as seen in the Bible --
Ways and means: --
Means of proclaiming the gospel of God's kingdom --
Means of fulfilling diaconal responsibility --
Means of communicating the gospel through fellowship (koinonia) --
Means of contributing to justice --
Bibliography --
The study of Asian, African, and Latin American countries: --
The trend toward decolonizing historiography --
Replacing the histories of Western missions with studies of young churches --
Bibliography --
A brief survey of ecumenical organizations in Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Pacific islands: --
The Christian conference of Asia --
The Pacific conference of churches --
The Middle East Council of Churches --
The Union Latino Americana provisoria pro unidad evangelica --
The Caribbean conference of churches --
Bibliography --
A brief guide to the literature on black theology and on the theological developments in Asia, Africa, and Latin America: --
The meaning of indigenous theological subjects --
Theological trends in Asia --
Africa --
Latin America --
Introduction to the Literature of black theology --
Bibliography --
The vision of missions in all six continents and the summons to mutual assistance among the churches: --
The need for a new relationship between churches --
The Bible on the relations between churches --
Reforming the patterns of relationship between the churches --
Criteria for matching needs to missionary and diaconal resources --
Personnel assistance --
Financial assistance --
Assistance in altering the work patterns --
Administrative assistance --
Mutual assistance --
In search of mature relationships between churches to complete the task --
Synchronizing mission with evangelism in all six contintents --
Trends in the theology of religions: types of contemporary dialogue: --
The need for a fresh approach --
Changes in the Roman Catholic theology of religions --
Trends in protestant theology of religions --
Toward a rough draft of a theology of religions --
Theology of religions and science of religions --
Theology of religions and missiology --
Varieties of dialogue --
Bibliography --
A study and evaluation of ideologies in the developing countries: --
The role of ideologies today --
The meaning of the term "ideology" today --
The rise and function of ideologies --
The influence of ideologies in developing countries --
Transforming religion into an ideology of the state --
The ideology of the state in Indonesia: the pantjasila --
The ideology of the secular state --
The ideology of African socialism --
Techno-fascist ideology in Latin America --
Evaluation the ideologies --
Missio Politica Oecumenica --
Bibliography --
Epilogue: --
The vision of Jesus Christ who calls us to mission --
The breadth and depth of salvation --
The scope of the missionary task --
Setting priorities --
Evaluation of programs and projects --
Planning and promoting to fulfill the missionary task --
Rousing Christians to participate in the task.
Other Titles: Inleiding in de nieuwere zendingswetenschap.
Responsibility: by J. Verkuyl ; translated and edited by Dale Cooper.

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