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Theology neglected in mission

Missiology.org recently highlighted an interview that Victoria Selles of Zondervan did with Gailyn Van Rheenen about various missiological reflections:

Victoria Selles: You describe [...] the relationship between theology and practice in missions with a very useful metaphor: the missional helix, a spiral of four interdependent activities that together form a successful approach to Christian mission (theology, cultural analysis, historical perspective, and strategy). Which of these elements do you think is most neglected by missionaries and planners in our time and at what cost?

GVR: I believe that theology is the most neglected element for at least three reasons. [ continue reading ]

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