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World evangelism and the word of God

Author: Arthur P Johnston
Publisher: Minneapolis : Bethany Fellowship, ©1974.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur P Johnston
ISBN: 0871236001 9780871236005
OCLC Number: 1198685
Description: 301 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Chart of the organizational development of the ecumenical movement --
1. Nineteenth century roots and fruits --
A. The foundations of pietism --
1. The origins of pietism --
2. Luther on the scriptures --
3. Calvin on the scriptures --
4. Bucer on the scriptures --
5. The early creeds on the scriptures --
7. Spencer's doctrine of the scriptures --
B. The applications of pietism --
1. Pia Desideria (1675) --
2. Tranquebar --
3. Revivalism and prophecy --
C. The fruits of pietism --
1. Missionary extension --
2. Bible societies --
3. An evangelistic explosion --
4. The evangelical alliance --
2. Foundations of the International Missionary Council --
A. Nineteenth century influence upon Edinburgh 1910 --
1. Late nineteenth century missionary movement --
2. The development of missionary comity --
3. The crystallization of evangelical theology --
4. Conclusion --
B. Youth movements and revivalism --
1. The Young Men's Christian Association --
2. The Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions --
3. Conclusions --
C. Theological liberalism and inclusivism 1900-1910 --
1. Liberalism and evangelism --
2. The social gospel --
3. Liberalism and missions --
4. Youth movements and liberalism before Edinburgh --
5. Conclusion --
3. Organization for world evangelization: Edinburgh 1910 and the International Missionary Council --
A. The World Missionary Conference of Edinburgh 1910 --
1. The organization of objectives, constitution, procedures --
2. The theology --
B. The declarations of Edinburgh on world evangelization --
1. Evangelism is limited to non-Christian lands --
2. Effective evangelism by the national church requires effective discipline --
3. "Christianization" enters the program of evangelization --
4. Progressive theology leads missions to the problem syncretism --
5. Christian nations by Christian education --
6. One voice for foreign missions --
7. The "world" and the kingdom begin to collaborate --
8. World evangelization requires Christian unity --
C. The progression toward the International Missionary Council --
1. The Continuation Committee of Edinburgh --
2. The Emergency Committee of CO-operating Missions --
3. The International Missionary Council D. Conclusions --
1. The contributions of Edinburgh to world evangelization --
2. The theological modifications of Edinburgh --
4. The fruits of Edinburgh: Jerusalem 1928 --
A. From Edinburgh 1910 to the Jerusalem meeting --
1. Christian countries and evangelism --
2. The IMC adopts a non-theological stance --
3. The Universal Christian Conference on Life and Work and Evangelism --
4. The goals of the IMC and evangelism --
5. Proselytism and evangelization --
6. The World Conference on Faith and Order, Lausanne 1927 --
B. The Jerusalem Meeting of the International Missionary Council --
1. The preparations of the International Missionary Council --
2. The program of the conference --
C. Theology and evangelism at Jerusalem --
1. The hermeneutic division at Jerusalem --
2. "New evangelism" in America --
3. An "eschatological Kingdom" on the continent --
4. The message of Jerusalem and syncretism --
5. The message of Jerusalem and secularism --
6. Religious education and evangelism --
7. Younger and older churches --
8. Conclusions --
5. Larger evangelism: Madras 1938 --
A. Steps to the larger evangelism --
1. The passing of "the old school" at Jerusalem --
2. The redemption of Christ and the whole world process --
3. The actions of the Hocking Report, and reactions --
4. The world pleads for a message --
5. Brunner proposes a theological synthesis --
6. The IMC commits itself to evangelism at Madras --
B. The theology of the larger evangelism --
1. The theological pilgrimage of the missionary movement --
2. Ecumenical similarities --
3. Oxford endorses evangelism through the church --
4. The Edinburgh 1937 view of revelation --
C. The larger Evangelism of the International Missionary Council --
1. The Madras message of evangelism --
2. To the Jews, also --
3. Conclusion --
6. Evangelization faces integration --
A. Partnership in evangelism: Whitby 1947 --
1. New hope at Whitby --
2. The implementation of expectant evangelism at Whitby --
3. The partnership --
4. Conclusion B. "Realized" evangelism: Willingen 1952 --
1. The Amsterdam Assembly influence on evangelism --
2. WCC endorses Barthianism --
3. Neoorthodoxy's influence on evangelism and individual conversions --
4. Theological preparations for Willingen --
5. A biblical philosophy of history --
6. IMC attempts to determine the missionary obligation --
7. An evangelism of the ecumenical church --
8. The indecision on the obligation --
9. Evangelism at Willingen --
C. Church is evangelism: Ghana 1958 --
1. The church as the evangelistic agent --
2. Practical steps toward integration --
3. Other viewpoints --
4. Mission becomes church, Ghana 1958 --
5. Church becomes mission, New Delhi 1961 --
7. A conclusion: DWME from New Delhi toward Jakarta 1975 --
1. The evangelical challenge --
2. Practical steps toward integration --
3. The internationalization of ecumenical ecclesiology --
4. The church, not disciple, disciples --
5. Ecumenical theologies of scripture --
Appendices --
I. "Von der kraft und wirkung göttlichen wort," / Phillipp Spener --
II. "Prolegomena to Christian theology," / J. Wollebius --
III. "The basis of the Evangelical Alliance, 1847," / J.W. Massie --
IV. "Message à la conference de Chrétiens évangélique de toute nation à Berlin 1857," / Merle d' Aubigné --
V. "The supreme and determing aim," / Robert Speer --
VI. Reply to Herr Lic. Joh. Warneck to the Edinburgh 1910 questionnaire --
VII. Letter to Mr. Mott from Dr. Gustav Warneck --
VIII. Resolution by Edinburgh 1910 concerning the Continuation Committee --
IX. "American liberal faith," / J.I. Packer --
X. "Missionary cooperation in view of doctrinal differences," / Oxford 1923 --
XI. "Basic attitudes toward the Bible in the World Council of Churches" / Richard Rowe.
Responsibility: Arthur P. Johnston ; foreword by Billy Graham.

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