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Contextualisation and Mission Training

Engaging Asia's Religious Worlds

Jonathan C. Ingleby, Tan Kang San, Tan Loun Ling and Tan Loun Ling

Regnum (2013), 109pp, ISBN: 1-908.35549-9

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Contextualisation & Mission Training, offers “contextual frameworks” and “explorations” in order to enhance deeper engagement with the complexity of Asian social, cultural and religious systems.  When we take contextualisation theories seriously, how does it change the way we prepare and train cross cultural workers? This book seeks to raise pertinent and controversial issues to do with some of the challenges facing the Asian church in engaging with the religious contexts of Asia.

“A wonderful survey of insights and thoughtful reflection from around Asia on how contextualisation might be best achieved in these settings.”

Timothy Tennett, Professor of World Christianity, Asbury Theological Seminary



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