Word Scramble 12: Introduction to World Missions

Based on material about contexts for mission in chapter 12, Discovering Missions by Gailey and Culbertson

Can you unscramble these words and match them with the clues below?

Challenge: Can you solve this puzzle even if you do not have the book?

  1. asnhgiah
  2. elnsavsuimri
  3. exgeeet
  4. ilaimryt
  5. imniams
  6. entienevrp
  7. rfegrsttoe
  8. somttmoerp
  9. tnnioaiuabrz
  10. umhtb
  11. gamcila
_____________________________A term Walter Brueggemann used to talk about "nominal" Christians
 
_____________________________The point of view that says because God cannot divorce Himself from His goodness, all people will ultimately be saved
 
_____________________________The kind of language or vocabulary which a Consultation on Mission Language and Metaphors warned against using
 
_____________________________What church leaders need to do with regard to the surrounding culture
 
_____________________________A convenient acronym used to remember the large blocks of unreached peoples (in terms of religious orientation)
 
_____________________________One of the contextual challenges to doing mission in today's world
 
_____________________________The point of view which says people will have the possibility of hearing about Christ and accepting Him at the time of death or some point thereafter
 
_____________________________An umbrella term for those religious beliefs focused on a belief in spirits and daily interaction with them
 
_____________________________An approach to the supernatural characterized by manipulation, control, and fear
 
_____________________________The kind of grace that is the foundation for Don Richardson's statement: "God has indeed prepared the Gentile world to receive the Gospel."
 
_____________________________A Chinese city that is one of the world's most densely populated cities
 

Puzzle made at http://search.teach-nology.com/cgi-bin/scramble.pl

    -- Howard Culbertson,

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