Introduction to Missions

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Chapter 12, Discovering Missions

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2 A term that Walter Brueggemann used to talk about "nominal" Christians
4 The point of view that says because God cannot divorce himself from His goodness, all people will ultimately be saved
6 The kind of language or vocabulary which a recent Consultation on Mission Language and Metaphors warned against using
7 What church leaders need to do with regard to the surrounding culture
8 A convenient acronym used to remember the large blocks of unreached peoples (in terms of religious orientation)
9 One of the contextual challenges to doing mission in today's world
1 The point of view that says people will have the possibility to hear about Christ and accept Him at the time of death or some point thereafter.
3 An umbrella term used for those religious beliefs focused on a belief in spirits and daily interaction with them
5 A Chinese city that is one of the world's most densely populated cities

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Based on material in book Discovering Missions by Charles Gailey and Howard Culbertson, published by Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City

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