By Andrew James Prince
"This is an exceptional ebook. Andrew Prince's thesis is convincing, that either Scripture and the church fathers will help to form our method of contextualizing the gospel this present day. . . . Pastors, missionaries, lecturers, a person engaged in Christian venture will reap the benefits of this obtainable and welcome resource."
--Dean Flemming, MidAmerica Nazarene University
"Prince makes use of an previous point of view to forge a brand new direction within the contextualization dialogue. His entice the church fathers is scholarly and inventive; but, he eventually grounds his suggestion at the Bible. Contextualization of the Gospel raises questions that want considerate answers."
--Jackson Wu, writer of One Gospel for All Nations and Saving God's Face
"This e-book demanding situations us to revive the stability among Scripture, the knowledge and insights of the Church's early missionaries as Christianity grappled with different religions, and the extra conventional tenets in keeping with smooth anthropology and functional theology."
--Wendy Mayer, Australian Lutheran university, collage of Divinity
"Prince deftly courses us in the course of the debates approximately missiology and contextualization, yet warns that refusal to contextualize might both foster syncretism. His clean viewpoint deals a corrective to the normal dependence on social sciences and functional theology, via demonstrating how the method should be ruled through Scripture and nourished by way of the Church Fathers."
--Richard J. Gibson, Brisbane college of Theology
"Prince presents an important contribution to the present contextualization dialogue by means of grounding his research of contextualization in 4 sermons present in Acts and delivering an immense window into the insights of Chrysostom. whereas excited by fabrics from the early church, Prince presents very important bridges to present matters and debates in contextualization and obviously demonstrates the ongoing relevance of the church fathers."
--Scott Moreau, Wheaton university Graduate School
Andrew Prince is a lecturer in Missiology and sensible Theology, and Director of the heart for Asian Christianity, at Brisbane college of Theology, Queensland, Australia.