Pauls Theology of Mission and Missionary Methods

David Thang Moe

Abstract


The aim of this article not simply to relate to Pauls mission theology and missionary methods as theory and practice in the sense that his missionary methods flow from his theology, but rather in the sense that his theology is a missionary theology in nature.[1] Understood in this mutual ways, I will begin where Paul himself beginwith the Damascus event of his conversion and call. I will next study the contents of his missionary theology and the forms of his missionary works among the Gentiles.


[1] Arland J. Hulgren, Pauls Gospel and Mission (Philadelphia, PA: Fortress, 1983), 145.


Keywords


Paul, missionary theology and methods, justification, participation, contextualization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7832/45-2-161

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