a local, worshiping community (a missiology for the west)

October 21, 2008

(This is the final post in a series reflecting on David Bosch’s six distinctives for a missiology of Western culture. See the introductory post for a little background.) in the context of the secularized, post-Chrsitian West our witness will be credible only if it flows from a local, worshiping community. Of all of Bosch’s six […]

contextual (a missiology for the west)

September 30, 2008

(This post is part of a series reflecting on David Bosch’s six distinctives for a missiology of Western culture. See the introductory post for a little background.) We have, at long last, come to the conviction that mission in the Third World must be contextual. We do not have an equally clear conviction about the […]

ecological (a missiology for the west)

September 15, 2008

(This post is part of a series reflecting on David Bosch’s six distinctives for a missiology of Western culture. See the introductory post for a little background.) A missiology of Western culture must include an ecological dimension. Thanks to my nature loving Grandma, I’ve always had an appreciation for nature that wasn’t really offered in […]