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Invitation to Cross-cultural Theology: Case Studies in Vernacular Theologies Paperback – 10 Jul 1992


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Invitation to Cross-Cultural Theology seeks to extend the study of theology to the way in which lay communities of Christians endeavor to shape their world by their faith. Using narratives of experiences with God as source material, Dyrness sets out to discover the framework, both explicit as well as implicit, that guides their lives as Christians. Testimonies are heard from five very different communities around the world. In the final chapter, the author discusses the various ways in which Christ and salvation are being addressed in these communities today.

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William Dyrness after doctoral studies in Europe was a missionary in the Philippines and most recently Dean of the School of Theology and Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary.

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The explosive growth of the church, especially in those areas of the world called the Third World, has enabled us to fill out John's vision in Revelation 7 in a very concrete way. Read the first page
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