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Chapter 11, Discovering Missions

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  1. Karl Gutzlaff was a tentmaker missionary to China whose lack of an _________________________ system for native evangelists allowed widespread fraud to take place.
     
  2. Those people who have access to the gospel but who have not accepted it or else have rejected it are sometimes labeled as being in _________________ B.
     
  3. In the 1500s a Spanish missionary named Pedro Claver visited the ______________ of every slave ship arriving in Colombia from Africa to try to minister to incoming slaves.
     
  4. George Patterson is a Baptist missionary to Latin America who emphasizes fostering reproducing chains of churches where there are not only daughter churches, but also ____________________________ congregations.
     
  5. In the first part of the 20th century, Walter Rauscenbush said there was saving truth in all religions and that ___________________ ministry was what churches should concentrate on doing.
     
  6. In the early 1900s, Samuel Zwemer became known as "the apostle to the _______________________."
     
  7. Henry Venn and Rufus Anderson came up with the "three ______________________" principles.
     
  8. That part of the world's population which has never heard the _______________ is sometimes labeled as World A.
     
  9. Missionary David Livingstone died kneeling by his bed at 4 a.m. while on a journey attempting to map the interior of ___________ for future missionary work.
     
  10. Donald McGavran was a missionary to India who got church leaders to embrace aggressive church planting as a primary missionary _____________________.
     
  11. The missiologist who got the church to talking about the 10/40 _________________ was Luis Bush.
     
  12. It's sometimes been lamented that while Christianity in Africa is a _________________ wide, it is only an _____________ deep.
     
  13. The cutting down of a sacred oak tree by Boniface is a good example of a "_________________ encounter" proclamation of the gospel as contrasted with a "__________________ encounter" presentation.
     
  14. In terms of contrasting philosophies of mission, ________________ is on the other end of the continuum from "narrow focus."
     

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