Response to Norman Thomas

Forman, Charles W.
October 1996
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Oct96, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p155
Academic Journal
Presents a reaction to the article by Norman Thomas published in the October 1996 issue of `International Bulletin of Missionary Research' which assess the impact of world conferences on mission and evangelism on the world Christian mission. Impacts related to prayer, koinonia, inspiration and theology; Transformation of the delegates.


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