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Toward the 21st Century in Christian Mission
POD; Published: 3/2/1993
ISBN: 978-0-8028-0638-3
Price: $ 35.50
410 Pages
Trim Size, in inches: 6 x 9
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This unique volume offers a comprehensive survey of the prospects and critical issues for the Christian world mission. Demonstrating both depth and breadth of perspective, the book's essays have been written by various mission experts in honor of Gerald H. Anderson, director of Overseas Ministries Study Center and editor of International Bulletin of Missionary Research.

Lesslie Newbigin
Arthur F. Glasser
Eugene L. Stockwell
Mary Motte
Gary B. McGee
Saphir P. Athyal
J. Martin Bailey
Lamin Sanneh
Keith R. Crim
Darrell L. Whiteman
Samuel Escobar
Yoshinobu Kumazawa
Peter Kuzmic
Norman A. Horner
David J. Bosch
James A. Scherer
Barbara Hendricks
Thomas E. Clarke
Wilbert R. Shenk
Donald R. Jacobs
Tite Tiénou
Paul G. Hiebert
Alan Neely
Ruth A. Tucker
Jonathan J. Bonk
William E. Pannell
Harvie M. Conn
Charles W. Forman
David A. Kerr
Norman E. Thomas
Robert T. Coote
Samuel Hugh Moffett
—Princeton Theological Seminary
"A gold mine of up-to-date information on the church at work around the world. The list of suggested readings added to each of the twenty-eight essays is the best concise bibliography of current viewpoints in Christian missions that I have seen, and would be enough by itself to recommend the book to teachers, students, and anyone else who wants to know how Christians regard their global role in today's world."
Eugene Heideman
—General Program Council, Reformed Church in America
"This book must rate as the number one choice for Christian world mission reading this year. The chapters are written by an all-star cast of mission leaders representing a wide range of traditions. The editors have brought together an excellent survey of contemporary mission by geographical area, theological themes, and special challenges. One should not miss reading this book."