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In our series on “Missions, Culture and Being Biblical,” we have noted some of the problems with the missions method known as the Insider Movement. We have pointed out their faulty theology of religion and faulty theology of culture. Here we also want to focus on the Insider Movement’s faulty ecclesiology. We will be examining two “case studies” that is found in the fourth edition of Perspectives on the World Christian Movement : A Reader.
These two articles are:
Lewis, Tim and Rebecca. 2009. “Planting Churches: Learning the Hardway” Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. Ralph D. Winter and Steven C. Hawthorne, eds., 690-693.
Guzman, Andres and Angelica. 2009. “Ourselves as Servants: Latin American Workers in the Middle East.” Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. Ralph D. Winter and Steven C. Hawthorne, eds., 700-702.
The reason why I want to focus on these case studies is because of the fact…
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