Lesslie Newbigin – Kindle Ebook Bargains!!!

May 3, 2019 — Leave a comment

 

These superb books by Lesslie Newbigin, one of most significant theologians of the latter half of the 20th century, are on sale right now as Kindle ebooks…

[ Intro Reading Guide to Newbigin’s work ]

 

Lesslie Newbigin:
Missionary Theologian:
A Reader

 

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This reader concentrates for the most part on his later writings, demonstrating his missionary engagement with Western culture following his return to from India to the UK in 1974. Some of his earlier work is also included so as to show the ongoing significance of certain themes in his thought.
 
 

The Gospel in
a Pluralist Society

Lesslie Newbigin

 

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How does the gospel relate to a pluralist society? What is the Christian message in a society marked by religious pluralism, ethnic diversity, and cultural relativism? Should Christians encountering today’s pluralist society concentrate on evangelism or on dialogue? How does the prevailing climate of opinion affect, perhaps infect, Christians’ faith?
 
 

The Open Secret:
An Introduction to the Theology of Mission

Lesslie Newbigin

 

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Aimed at bringing contemporary concerns in mission theology to a wide-reading public, this volume flows from Newbigin’s extensive experience in the mission field and from lectures developed especially to prepare men and women for missionary service. Newbigin describes the Christian mission as the declaration of an open secret—open in that it is preached to all nations, secret in that it is manifest only to the eyes of faith. The result is a thoroughly biblical attempt to lead the church to embrace its Christ-given task of presenting the gospel in our complex modern world. 
 
 

Image Credit: From the cover of Newbigin’s book Unfinished Agenda: An Updated Autobiography Buy Now ]

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