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Holistic Mission

God's Plan for God's People

Brian E. Woolnough and Wonsuk Ma
Foreword by Las Newman

Regnum International (2010), 279pp, ISBN: 978-1-870345-85-9

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Holisitc Mission

God's Plan for God's People

Edited by Brian Woolnough and Wonsuk Ma

This book reaffirms that to be true to the bible, to follow the example of Jesus, the church must address the whole person in all their needs. It considers the meaning of the holistic gospel, how it has developed, and implications for the individual Christian, for the local church, for denominations and church groups, for missionary societies, for Christian NGOs, and for theological training. It takes a global, eclectic approach, with 19 writers, church leaders, academics and practitioners and addresses crictally and honestly one of the most exciting, challenging, and important issues facing the church today. To be part of God's Plan for God's People, the church must take holistic mission to the world.


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