You are required to change your password before you can log in to the site, please enter your new password in the fields below:
Wed 18 Jul 2018 @ 13:30
'This important and challenging book offers a multi-perspective viewpoint on the ways in which a disability hermene… https://t.co/k0MjMoIBNC
Author(s): Vincent J. Donovan, (preface by Lamin Sanneh)
This profound and thought-provoking book is one of the classics of modern missionary writing.
Superficially just a good missionary story, about how one man brought a number of groups of Masai people in east Africa to Christian faith, it is something much more than that. For in what the author says about the method and content of evangelism; the meaning of the eucharist; and the nature of ministry, we are led back to the question our understandings of the mission of the church in all its contexts.
For Vincent Donovan, his experiences in Africa meant a total reappraisal of the meaning of his faith, and therefore a rediscovery of his Christianity. His book, which is written with moving simplicity, continues to represent a provocative challenge to all those engaged in issues of evangelism and multiculturalism.
Vincent J. Donovan is an American Roman Catholic who conducted pioneer missionary work among the Masai people of Tanzania. Lamin Sanneh is D.Willis James Professor of Missions and World Christianity at Yale University.
'A beautiful and important book for anyone concerned with Christian mission.' - Reconciliation Quarterly
'This is one of those rare books which change the way you look at the world.' - Methodist Recorder
A classic text on mission Essential reading for the topic