From East to West: Essays in Honor of Donald G. Bloesch

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This collection of essays is in honor of noted theologian Donald G. Bloesch written by former students and colleagues representing seven countries. Writing from an Asian perspective, the contributors examine the relationship between theology and culture as found in Scripture, theological thought, the life and work of the church, and in the work of Donald G. Bloesch. Topics range from biblical studies to a consideration of the current emphasis upon spirituality. Evangelism and mission are discussed in considerable...
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Overview

This collection of essays is in honor of noted theologian Donald G. Bloesch written by former students and colleagues representing seven countries. Writing from an Asian perspective, the contributors examine the relationship between theology and culture as found in Scripture, theological thought, the life and work of the church, and in the work of Donald G. Bloesch. Topics range from biblical studies to a consideration of the current emphasis upon spirituality. Evangelism and mission are discussed in considerable detail with specific reference to the rapidly growing church in Korea. The phenomenon of post-modernism and its influence upon modern theology is evaluated.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761808015
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 10/28/1997
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 5.76 (w) x 8.70 (h) x 0.78 (d)

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Daniel J. Adams is Associate Professor of Theology and Associate Director of the Asia Mission Studies Center at Hanil University and Theological Seminary in Korea.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Donald G. Bloesch: Evangelical Theologian of Word and Spirit 1
Gibeon and Saul in the Power Transition of the Early Monarchy 23
Christianity as Table Fellowship: Meals as a Symbol of the Universalism in Luke-Acts 51
Spirituality That Is Godly: A Call To Return to the Basics 63
Evangelism in the Protestant Tradition 71
A Brief History of Mission in the Presbyterian Church of Korea 83
Evangelism and Mission in Korea in Ecumenical Perspective 93
The Theological Situation in Korea With Its Challenges and Opportunities 107
The Relevance of Hermeneutics for Missions Theology 113
From Certainty to Uncertainty: Doing Theology in the Postmodern Era 131
Missiological Lessons - From Events New and Old 151
Christian Education in Confucian Society Today 177
The Mother Temple of Blimbingsari: A Sermon in Stone 201
The Theologian as Prophet: Donald Bloesch and the Crisis of the Modern Church 211
The Published Writings of Donald G. Bloesch, 1952-1996 233
Contributors 251
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