Introduction to Missions

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Chapter 8, Discovering Missions

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1 In linguistics, a native speaker of a language who helps someone trying to learn it
5 One of the linguists who raised the question as to whether it is language that shapes culture or culture that shapes language
7 The most basic of language acquisition techniques
8 Early missionary to Native Americans who used Bible translation as a key element of his mission strategy
9 One of the things that varies greatly from one language to another
11 The means in which as much as 55 percent of face-to-face communication is done
 
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2 The first thing often done when the wrong order of language learning is followed
3 The way meanings have been assigned to words and phrases
4 The man whose encounter in Central America with a Kaqchikel Indian precipitated the founding of Wycliffe Bible Translators
6 The missiologist who has done a lot of research on the subject of redemptive analogies
10 When people in a given culture see the gospel this way vis-a-vis their culture, a very formidable obstacle to gospel communication exists

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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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