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Lesslie Newbigin: Missionary Theologian: A Reader Paperback – 30 Mar 2006
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Monumental figure in the twentieth-century worldwide church. Internationally esteemed British pastor and missionary theologian. Ecumenical statesman and prolific writer. Lesslie Newbigin (1909-1998) was all of these and more.
This reader fills a long-standing need for a comprehensive introduction to Newbigin and his legacy. Opening with a short biography of Newbigin and a discussion of his major theological and missiological themes, the volume sets selected readings in context with brief introductions and offers suggestions for further reading from Newbigin's corpus.
Praise for Lesslie Newbigin and his writings: "Newbigin has made a bold and major step forward in the debate on Christianity, pluralism, and Western self-understanding."
-- Lamin Sanneh in "The Christian Century""When my students finally realize what Newbigin is saying, they panic. When they realize that even the most faithful circles they know have been seduced by sectarianism, solipsism, Gnosticism, and nihilism, they worry that apostasy is unavoidable. . . . Yet, despite the surrounding darkness, Newbigin never loses hope, because he stays focused on the light that has come."
-- Telford Work in "Pro Ecclesia""Newbigin is most impressive, indeed awesome, when defending the universality of the Christian gospel and exposing the muddleheadedness and loss of nerve that have turned many Western churches into domestic chaplaincies rather than launching pads for cross-cultural mission at home and abroad."
-- Vinoth Ramachandra in "Themelios""Seeing both liberal and fundamentalist Christians imprisoned in the epistemological presuppositions of the Enlightenment, Lesslie Newbigin offers them liberation bypointing to the fiduciary character of all human knowledge. The best form of apologetics, he contends, is the preaching of the particular yet universal gospel."
-- Geoffrey Wainwright on Newbigin's "Proper Confidence"
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An excellent overview of Newbigin's work
18 January 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
An excellent overview of Newbigin's work. Weston thoughtfully uses early and later writing to open a window into Newbigin's thought development. A great survey.
Great intro to Newbigin
17 July 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
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Interested in what Newbigin has to say? This is a good place to start, I think. Newbigin was a prolific writer and discovering this book helped me decide the which and where. Great time saver. Much of what Newbigin had to say continues to be applicable today and Weston has done a great job pulling it together.