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Author: George Wolfgang Forell
ISBN: 0800610350
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Publisher Fortress Press; Edition Unstated edition (1973)
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This essay is a response to the following question: In the light of the apparent disconnection between the UK Anglican church and contemporary culture, reflected in decreasing attendance, in what ways might the church seek to restore this connection? . aspx Donovan, V Forell, G. W. (1973) The Proclamation of the Gospel in a Pluralistic World (Essays on Christianity and Culture), Philadelphia: Fortress Press.

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Christianity either needs to be made a respectful member of the human .

Christianity either needs to be made a respectful member of the human community or it needs to be abandoned. That is part of the atmosphere in which Christianity takes place. To proclaim the gospel in a way that pays attention to the context in which we speak, we must take seriously the pluralism that so extensively characterizes our age. A minister in the Church of the Nazarene cannot adequately serve the churchs mission if he or she chooses not to be cognizant of pluralisms importance and profile.

In Christianity, the gospel, or the Good News, is the news of the coming of the Kingdom of God (Mark 1,Mark 1:14-15). The message of good news is described as a narrative in the four canonical gospels. The message of good news is described as theology in many of the New Testament letters.

This essay examines the recent publication of seven books that attack faith, belief, and religion and affirm atheism . This article aims to apply the concept of 'glocalization' to the study of theology and culture.

This essay examines the recent publication of seven books that attack faith, belief, and religion and affirm atheism; inquires why they are appearing now; explores the meaning of atheism; and examines the history of atheism in the Western tradition. China is chosen as a case study, with particular focus on a Chinese theologians discussion of the interplay between Christianity and Chinese Culture in the early twentieth century China.

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