Beyond Contextualization: Toward a Twenty-first-Century Model for Enabling Mission

Shaw, R. Daniel
October 2010
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Oct2010, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p208
Academic Journal
The article discusses the cognitive model of understanding the concept of mission in the 21st century. It mentions the arguments of Doreen Massey and Ajith Fernando who underscore an increasing need for missiologists to be incorporated with the contributions of psychological, linguistic and anthropological explorations into "mind-brain" processing. Also included are charts depicting the cognitive process which include Serial Processing of Codes and Parallel Distributive Processing of Ideas.


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