Beyond Integral Mission


Daniel Clark (ed)

In the 1970s, Latin American theologians were instrumental in developing the concept of integral mission. This volume explores how contemporary Latin American theologians are building on the legacy of integral mission, and the controversies it raised, to reflect on a wide range of issues such as the economy, culture, the environment, discrimination, and transcultural missions. Drawing on authors from across the continent, this volume offers a valuable insight into the diversity and richness of current Latin American missiological reflection.