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Paul the Missionary: Realities, Strategies and Methods Paperback – 21 Nov 2008


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"While Professor Schnabel modestly claims merely to bring some of the benefits of the last one hundred years of New Testament and Greco-Roman sociological insights to Roland Allen's work, he does so much more. Here is the new textbook for mission methodology. While technically limited to Paul, Schnabel covers the vital topics: goals, message, methods. The missions classroom has long needed this resource. Current and aspiring missionaries will benefit from what this scholar/missionary/teacher has to say."--E. Randolph Richards, dean, School of Ministry, Palm Beach Atlantic University

"In this magisterial work Schnabel carefully and thoroughly plumbs the New Testament data to develop a comprehensive picture of Paul's approach to mission. His understanding of Paul as a missionary together with his application to selected issues in contemporary missiology provides an invaluable foundation for evaluating our contemporary approaches to mission ranging from the influence of cultural values (such as effectiveness and efficiency) to the lastest fads (from church growth to people group thinking to communication theory to short-term missions). Missionaries and missiologists alike owe Schnabel our thanks for this penetrating work which will play a significant role in missions studies for years to come."--A. Scott Moreau, professor of intercultural studies, Wheaton College, and editor, Evangelical Missions Quarterly

"Following his landmark volume Early Christian Mission, Schnabel has written an equally useful volume on the missionary work, message and method of the apostle Paul. This work will prove invaluable to all serious students of Scripture and in particular to all missionary practitioners. A former missionary to the Philippines, Schnabel brings to this task the mind of a first-rate New Testament scholar and the heart of a disciple committed to help fulfill the Great Commission. Fittingly, the volume is dedicated to Peter O'Brien, who has likewise contributed significantly to the scholarly exploration of the Pauline mission. Highly recommended!"--Andreas J. Kostenberger, founder of BIBLICAL FOUNDATIONS(r), editor of Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, and professor of New Testament and director of Ph.D. studies, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary"

"Paul the Missionary is a joy: rigorous in its scholarship, clearly written, and relevant. It is a welcome antidote, first to those studies of Paul that focus exclusively on his theology while totally ignoring the fact that he was a missionary and, second, to all missiological methodology that is rooted in pragmatics rather than in theology and Scripture. Twenty-first century missionaries, students, New Testament scholars, pastors, and all thinking Christians would profit from this book."--Keith Ferdinando, Theological Book Review, 2009

"Invaluable to pastors, teachers, students, missionaries, and missiologists that see their work as closely related to that of Paul."--Thomas M. Anderson, Religious Studies Review, March 2010

"Schnabel invites the reader to a biblical feast that is both academic and spiritually refreshing. Should prove to be influential in ongoing Pauline and mission studies."--Edward L. Smither, Criswell Theological Review, Fall 2009

"Schnabel succeeds admirably. Paul the Missionary is an excellent resource that I will be recommending for years to come. I know of no other book that provides such a comprehensive, biblically faithful, and nuanced understanding of Paul and his missionary work."--Robert L. Plummer, Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, September 2009

"This information-filled book draws richly on the author's exhaustive (nearly 2,000-page!) prior study of early Christian missions. Writing as a mature biblical scholar and former OMF missionary in the Philippines, Schnabel honestly acknowledges the complexity of the hermeneutical and pragmatic task facing the contemporary practitioner. Perhaps that is why his concluding chapter contains so many judicious and valuable insights."--Richard Schultz, Evangelical Missions Quarterly, July 2009

." . .a reliable guide to students of Paul. A fresh study of Paul's missino work with the stated aim of undesrtanding the goals that the apostle had and the methods he used."--Greg Goswell, New Life, May 28, 2009

"The reader will find much solid information in this substantial work."--Donald Senior, C.P., The Bible Today, July 2009

"Although Paul the Missionary is not a quick read, it is a rewarding one. New Testament scholars, missiologists and missionaries, and local pastors like me will profit from Schnabel's focused attention on Scripture. And ministers of the gospel will profit through extended reflection on the theology and praxis of Paul, whose example is well worth imitating."--George P. Wood (www.georgepwood.com), February 6, 2009

"A reliable guide to students of Paul. A fresh study of Paul's mission work with the stated aim of undesrtanding the goals that the apostle had and the methods he used."--Greg Goswell, New Life, May 28, 2009 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

Eckhard J. Schnabel is associate professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is an experienced missionary and previously taught at Asian Theological Seminary in Manila, Philippines, and Freien Theologischen Akademie in Giessen, Germany. He is the author of 'Law and Wisdom from Ben Sira to Paul', as well as other studies in the New Testament.

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