Global Voices: Listening with Langham

Last week I attended a fascinating online event hosted by Langham Partnership. Mark Labberton (president of Fuller Seminary and editor of Still Evangelical?) was the speaker and his topic was: Evangelicalism: Still or Not Yet? How the crisis of American (White) Evangelicalism requires the restoration of its soul by rediscovering its source and hope. An impetus …

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A World History of Christianity, Adrian Hastings (Editor)

The short version: an excellent and rich resource which fills in the global gaps left by the main stream of Church History writing. It is a lot to tackle because of its size and scope, but should likely be included as foundational for any person (or church) setting up a theological library. This book is …

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Why the Septuagint Matters for Missions

“Don’t you think, Dr. McGilvary, that you spoke too directly or inflexibly to your audience? But again, your audience might not have been listening to your words, but watching your magnificent long white beard!” These words are from a letter from a living to a dead missionary. Kosuke Koyama had been in Northern Thailand for six years …

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Recommended Resource: Global Transmission, Global Mission (Booklet)

Jason Mandryk of Operation World just published a 53 page booklet exploring the Impact and Implications of the CoVid-19 Pandemic. You can download it for free here and I think it is well worth your time. Here I give three reasons why I think you should take the time to read it, introduce the material, …

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