The Gospel Unhindered

Modern Missions and the Book of Acts
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This book deals with issues such as current approaches to Bible translation, churches undergoing persecution, spiritual warfare and animists, and the possibility of a greater understanding between Muslims and Christians. All discussions use the book of Acts as their starting point. The various contributors explore these and other issues from their years of experience in over fifteen countries.

  • ISBN: 9780878082568
  • Pages: 225
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Published: 2000
  • Publisher: William Carey Library

Table of Contents

List of Contributors
Preface

  • 1. Peace and Hope to All by W. Michael Smith
  • 2. In their Own Language  by Jonathon Morse
  • 3. Spiritual Formation as a Missionary Imperative by Larry Griffin
  • 4. The Church Participating in Development by Greg Johnson
  • 5. Persecution Then and Now by David and Sheela Lall
  • 6. After they Had Fasted and Prayed by Effie  Giles
  • 7. Open the Doors of Effective Service by Gail and Wayne Long
  • 8. No Distinction Between Us and Them by Donald S. Tingle
  • 9. Many of Them Believed by Nangsar Sarip Morse
  • 10. Preaching to Pagans: Ambiguity and Clarity by Frederick W. Norris
  • 11. Holding Down Two Jobs by Doug Priest Jr.
  • 12. Leadership Training Leads to Church Planting by Dennis Free
  • 13. On the New Frontiers by Doug Lucas
  • 14. To Turn them From Power of Satan to God by Carolyn Butler
  • 15. Was Paul a Short Term Missionary? By A. Wayne Meece
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