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Adventist Responses to Cross-Cultural Mission: Volume II

Adventist Responses to Cross-Cultural Mission: Volume II



The 1990 General Conference session voted to establish a mission initiative called Global Mission that challenged the Adventist Church to do mission where there had been few successes in the past, to work for those in the major world religions instead of largely winning people who were already Christians, and to enter unentered areas where there were few if any Adventists. Global Mission also established five religious study centers to pioneer new approaches for sharing the gospel with Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, Jews, and secular/postmodern peoples.
The new approaches and challenges forced the Adventist Church to study and find solutions for many cross-cultural questions. In response to that challenge a yearly Global Mission Issues Committee was established where papers were read and recommendations made concerning current mission issues. Adventist Responses to Cross-Cultural Mission, Vol. II contains the Global Mission Issues Committee papers from 2002-2005.

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Department of World Mission, Andrews University


Berrien Springs, MI


Christian Denominations and Sects | Missions and World Christianity

First Department

World Mission

Adventist Responses to Cross-Cultural Mission: Volume II