The Legacy of Shoki Coe

Wheeler, Ray
April 2002
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Apr2002, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p77
Academic Journal
Discusses the contributions of Taiwanese Christian church leader and theological educator Shoki Coe in the formulation of contextualization. Events which planted a vision of the global church in Coe's mind; Problems faced by Coe and his family in Taiwan; Information on the concept of contextualization.


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