Challenge: Can you solve this puzzle even if you do not have the book? If not, then use this online PDF of Discovering Missions to find the answers!
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|Practices that replace those that are incompatible with Christianity
|A word that is sometimes erroneously considered to be almost synonymous with "culture"
|Categories of things that are components of every culture
|The idea that all cultures are on a "progress" scale moving from backward to civilized
|A 19th-century Englishman whose definition of "culture" remains very usable
|The meaning or significance which physical characteristics of an object, sound, or custom communicate within a given context
|The study of humanity
|Using one's own culture as the standard by which to judge things in other cultures
|How culture is communicated to young children
|What Bob Sjogren says makes us think of us as "us" and them as "them."
|Components of a culture which can bring the gospel into sharp focus for the people of that culture
|The disorientation experienced when people move into an unfamiliar culture and have to cope with different patterns of life
|What Samuel Zwemer said missionaries often experienced who had so "wedded their hearts" to the place where they served that when they returned "home," they felt homesick for the mission field
|A ministry model in which one attempts to identify fully with the people that are being reached
|The process by which adults learn new cultures
|One good analogy or metaphor for culture
|The distinguishable characteristics of an object, sound, or custom
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Crossword puzzle answers
-- Howard Culbertson,
Based on material in the book Discovering Missions by Charles Gailey and Howard Culbertson, published by Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City (now known as The Foundry)
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