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Publisher Description

Bringing together contributors from Africa, Asia, North and South America, and Europe, A Covenantal Vision for Global Mission seeks to ground the growing interest in the missional character of Christian outreach in the classic biblical and historic Reformed theological understanding of God’s covenantal relationship—of creation, grace, redemption, and consummation—with mankind. In the words of editor Peter A. Lillback, president of Westminster Theological Seminary, this is “the best paradigm for developing Christ’s global mission.”


Endorsements 

“A treasure trove of mature theological reflections on how Reformed covenantal theology intersects with various aspects of global missions. The renowned scholars who have written for this significant work should be commended for their insights and contribution to Reformed missiology for this generation and generations to come.”

—Lloyd Kim, Coordinator, Mission to the World, PCA 

“If theologians and missiologists are still debating the merits and problems of missio Dei theology, Reformed theology with its Christ-centered focus, rooted in the biblical redemptive history of promise and fulfillment, provides an antidote to certain of its dangers. The book is recommended reading for all those who want to familiarize themselves with good, biblically based Reformed mission theology.”

—Hannes Wiher, Missiologist in French-speaking Africa; Adjunct Professor, Seminaries at Vaux-sur-Seine and Aix-en-Provence, France

“This collection does more than enlarge on the missional component of core theological themes. The authors also make application to the heart of those engaged in missions, to the outward-focused identity that the church must embrace, and to new missional realities in the world.” 

—Rob Edwards, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2020
March 4
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
P&R Publishing
SELLER
Presbyterian and Reformed Publ
SIZE
3.3
MB

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