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Pilgrims and Priests

Christian Mission in a Post-Christian Society

Pilgrims and Priests

Christian Mission in a Post-Christian Society

Available for pre-order. Publication date: 30/11/2019.

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Publisher: SCM Press
ISBN: 9780334058779
Published: 30/11/2019

What does "missional" mean for small Christian communities in a deeply secular society? How can Christians keep their missionary drive when very few people are interested in the faith, and when the impact of the church on its society is almost invisible?

In Pilgrims and Priests, leading missiologist Stefan Paas asks what missional spirituality could possibly mean for today's local church. Already in its 7th edition in the original Dutch edition, the book draws on the latest thinking from a wealth of disciplines including biblical studies, sociology and church history.

This fully revised new international edition will make this important introduction to contemporary thinking on mission and the church available to practitioners and theologians with an interest in mission and the contemporary church.

Stefan Paas

Stefan Paas is J.H. Bavinck Professor of Missiology and Intercultural Theology at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and Professor of Missiology at Theologische Universiteit Kampen. He has published extensively, in both Dutch and English, on Biblical Theology, Public Theology, and Missiology. His books include Church Planting in the Secular West: Learning from the European Experience (Eerdmans, 2016) which was selected as one of the ten "outstanding books on missiology" by International Bulletin of Mission Research and one of the five "outstanding practical theological books" by the journal Practical Theology.