The empty basket of Presbyterian mission: Limits and possibilities of partnership

Skreslet, Stanley H.
July 1995
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Jul95, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p98
Academic Journal
Analyzes the approach to Christian mission proposed by Clifton Kirkpatrick, Bruce Gannaway et al to the Presbyterian Church in the United States. Description of the Presbyterian Church U.S. mission as it was formulated for the period 1983-1992; Examination of the assumptions and consequences of the new model for Presbyterian mission; Strength and weaknesses of the concept of partnership.


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