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Mission Reader

Historical Models for Wholistic Mission in the Indian Context

Samuel Jayakumar
Foreword by Christopher Sugden

Regnum Books International (2002), 250pp, ISBN: 1870345428

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This work is written from an evangelical point of view revalidating and reaffirming the Christian commitment to wholistic mission. The author has expressed his unflinching loyalty to the cause of evangelism in its entirety. According to him, the roots of the model for the "wholistic mission" combining "evangelism and social concerns" are to be found in the history and tradition of Christian evangelism of the past; and the civilizing purpose of evangelism is compatible with modernity as an instrument in nation building. This is a bold and fearless effort to revitalize the evangelizing spirit of the Church and its mission.

Vincent Kurnaradoss
Professor of Medieval and Modern History
Madras Christian College, Tarnbararn, India

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