HONOR AND SHAME UNLOCKING THE DOOR

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Honor And Shame Unlocking The Door

Author : Roland Muller
ISBN : 1927581028
Genre : Honor
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Version three of Roland Muller's ground breaking book on worldview. Intended for an evangelical audience this book present the three common-ancestral worldviews from a Biblical basis and examines how they influence our understanding of the gospel. This book comes highly recommended and is essential reading for those wishing to work cross culturally.Roland Muller introduces the concepts of guilt, fear and shame based cultures, showing their development over the years, and their influence on our understanding of the gospel message. Muller examines the way we traditionally present the gospel, and the difficulties this poses for those from a shame/honor background. A case study based on the Muslim cultures of the Middle East follows, where he examines Islam in the light of shame and honor. In conclusion Roland Muller presents us with the three-fold message of the gospel which is understandable in whatever cultural setting we may work in.
Category: Honor

Saving God S Face

Author : Jackson Wu
ISBN : 9780865850477
Genre : Christianity
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Years ago, the author had a startling realization. Theologians and pastors have long taught on the glory of God and its central importance in the Bible. However, because he was living in East Asia, it also dawned on the author that this sort of talk about God's glory, praising Him, and magnifying His name was simply another way of talking about honor and shame. When the author looked at most theology and ministry-related books, he found that honor and shame seemed to be treated differently. Anthropologists talked about honor-shame, but theologians largely focused more on legal metaphors. The author could see both themes in Scripture but couldn't find help as to how to bring them together. This study was developed in order to address this gap and bring those themes together. Sign up for the WCIU Press newsletter to be notified about new books from this author and more! http: //eepurl.com/rB15L
Category: Christianity

Honor Patronage Kinship Purity

Author : David A. deSilva
ISBN : 0830815724
Genre : Religion
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David A. deSilva demonstrates in this book how paying attention to the cultural themes of honor, patronage, kinship and purity opens us to new facets of the New Testament documents.
Category: Religion

The Messenger The Message And The Community

Author : Roland Müller
ISBN : 1927581141
Genre : Religion
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Evangelical church planters face three challenges. First, they must be accepted by their target audience as viable messengers. Second, their message must be understandable to the worldview of their listeners. Third, the community they are forming must be a valid form of community for their audience. Roland Muller does a masterful job of bringing these three challenges together in one book addressing western, Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist audiences. Roland Muller speaks as a practitioner to practitioners, illustrating his points with examples drawn from a wide variety of backgrounds. Discover new perspectives on how God wants to rejuvenate your ministry. Thirty one chapters and over 320 discussion questions. Used as a textbook or required reading an a variety of college courses.
Category: Religion

Learning About Theology From The Third World

Author : William A. Dyrness
ISBN : 9780310209713
Genre : Religion
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Designed to introduce Western Christians to discussions about theology going on in the Third World, this book gives major overviews of the theology of Africa, Latin America and Asia.
Category: Religion

Pilgrims Of Christ On The Muslim Road

Author : Paul Gordon Chandler
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Genre : Religion
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Paul-Gordon Chandler presents fresh thinking in the area of Christian-Muslim relations, showing how Christ whom Islam reveres as a Prophet and Christianity worships as the divine Messiah can close the gap between the two religions. He illustrates his perspective with examples from the life of Syrian novelist Mazhar Mallouhi, who seeks to bridge the chasm of misunderstanding between Muslims and Christians through his novels.
Category: Religion

Engaging God S World

Author : Cornelius Plantinga
ISBN : 0802839819
Genre : Religion
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An inspiring guide for developing the Christian mind extols the crucial roll of Christian higher education in the intellectual and spiritual formation of believers.
Category: Religion

Ministering In Honor Shame Cultures

Author : Jayson Georges
ISBN :
Genre : Religion
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Many a Westerner has had a cross-cultural experience of honor and shame. In this well-rounded and ministry-tested guide, Georges and Baker help us decode the cultural script of honor and shame, assisting us also in reading the Bible anew through that lens. Then they offer thoughtful and practical guidance in ministry within honor-shame contexts.
Category: Religion

Tools For Muslim Evangelism

Author : Roland Muller
ISBN : 1553061578
Genre : Missions to Muslims
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Category: Missions to Muslims

The Cultural Imperative

Author : Richard D. Lewis
ISBN : 193193035X
Genre : Political Science
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Will the tidal wave of globalization lead us to a bland and uniform cultural landscape dominated by a unified cultural perspective? Will cultural imperialism triumph in the twenty-first century? Or will culture, which drives human behavior through religion, language, geography and history, maintain its influence on the human consciousness? In The Cultural Imperative, Global Trends in the Twenty-first Century, Richard D Lewis explores these questions and proposes his thesis in this sweeping new book that examines the forces that keep us from taking off our cultural spectacles and explains how cultural traits are to deeply embedded to be homogenized, as predicted by so many others.
Category: Political Science