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The use of the Old Testament in a Wesleyan theology of mission / Gordon L. Snider.

Snider, Gordon L. (Gordon Lee) [Browse]
Cambridge, United Kingdom : James Clarke & Co., 2016.
1 online resource (ix, 310 pages)
Summary note:
Since the inception of Wesleyan theology, thousands of men and women have engaged in domestic and international missions. But why did they go? Why do they continue to go today? In The Use of the Old Testament in a Wesleyan Theology of Mission, Gordon Snider examines the Wesleyan understanding of mission in light of the Old Testament. What theology from God's Old Covenant gave Wesleyans their drive to impact the nations, and how did it shape their missional strategies? The reader will discover why Wesleyan Christians go into the world and gain a deeper understanding of missions by exploring The Use of the Old Testament in a Wesleyan Theology of Mission. - Publisher.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 299-310).
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  • 0227905601 ((electronic bk.))
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