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St. Luke’s Missiology

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Acknowledgments
Introduction


I Overview: Getting the Big Picture

  • 1. Interpreting Luke-Acts
  • 2. From Particularism to Universalism
  • 3. The Challenge of Change

II The Gentile Mission: Process

  • 4. The Hellenists: Bridging People
  • 5. Cornelius: The Paradigmatic Conversion
  • 6. The Jerusalem Council: Mailing it Down

II Missiological Application

  • 7. The Apostles: Models of Frontier Missions?
  • 8. Paul as a Model for Frontier Missions
  • 9. Table-fellowship and World Missions
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Conclusion
Bibliography
Scripture index
Subject index

$9.99
by: Harold Dollar (Author)
This book touches on the fundamental contributions of Luke’s two-volume work revealing how a small Jewish sect became a worldwide movement in one generation. It recognizes the essential unity of Luke-Acts by showing how Luke prepares for the book of Acts. Luke’s story of how the gospel moves from the particular to the universal gives insights on the missiological dynamics of early Christianity and provides models for the church and missions today.

Additional Details

  • Pages: 208
  • Publisher: William Carey Library
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publish Year: 2000