Reply to Konrad Raiser

Newbigin, Lesslie
April 1994
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Apr94, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p51
Academic Journal
Presents the reply of Bishop Lesslie Newbigin to Konrad Raiser, author of the book `Ecumenism in Transition' which Newbigin reviewed. Challenge the negotiability of the classical paradigm; Newbigin's pamphlet entitled Trinitarian Doctrine for To-day's Mission; Realities that Newbigin have not adequately recognized; Blindness of the missionary movement to ecological crisis; Intergenerational factors.


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