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Mission Then and Now

David A. Kerr and Kenneth R. Ross

Regnum Books International (2009), 343pp, ISBN: 978-1-870345-73-6


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No one can hope to fully understand the modern Christian missionary movement without engaging substantially with the World Missionary Conference, held at Edinburgh in 1910. As the centenary of the Conference approaches, the time is ripe to examine its meaning in light of the past century and the questions facing Christian witness today. This book is the first to systematically examine the eight Commissions which reported to Edinburgh 1910 and gave the conference much of its substance and enduring value. It will deepen and extend the reflection being stimulated by the upcoming centenary and will kindle the missionary imagination for 2010 and beyond.

Book Review

Evangelical Missions Quarterly: January 2010, Vol. 46, No 1
‘I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to look back at Edinburgh in the light of today’s missiological issues’
Dr. Paul E. Pierson, Dean Emeritus of the School of Intercultural Studies and Senior Professor of History in Mission at Fuller Theological Seminary


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