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The philosophy of missions

a present-day plea

by T. E. Slater

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Published by James Clarke & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • London Missionary Society.,
  • Mission of the church.,
  • Missions -- Theory.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T. E. Slater.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 127 p. ;
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22889591M
    OCLC/WorldCa31338920

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Missions Philosophy The book of Acts reveals explosive gospel expansion. In less than two months after the disciples were commissioned in Matthewthe first church in Jerusalem was formed with only faithful believers.

The Purpose of the Local Church The ultimate purpose of the church is to glorify God (Psalm ; Isaiah ; 1 Cor ; Eph ).As Christ was given one mission by the Father He in turn gives only one mission to His church (John ; Matt ).The church exists in the world for the same ultimate purpose for which Christ came – to reveal the glory of God in the.

Home › Home › Ministries › Theology/Philosophy of Ministry › Philosophy of Missions. Philosophy of Missions. GCC Theology of Missions. Definition of Missions Sending out individuals from the local church to engage in the work of making disciples of all the nations through preaching the gospel and building and strengthening the church around the world (Matt.

,20; Luke. Recently, I read a book entitled For the Sake of His Name by David Doran in which he writes at length about a biblical missions philosophy.

Pastor Doran’s book is very helpful, and I would like to interact with some of his thoughts on this issue over the next several weeks. The Mandate Matthew states that all three persons of the Trinity are involved in making disciples of all nations (missions).

The Father gives the authority for missions to the Son. The Son commissions the apostles (the Church). The Church baptizes new converts in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of [ ].

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The Economics of Missions The Nature and Purpose of the Cherubim XXXVIII. THE THEOLOGY OF MlSSlONS.* On behalf of the Christian people of Rochester, and of the Faculty and students of the Rochester Theological. From the outset, I want you to know that this book may not sound like doctrine, but it is.

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