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Preaching to the Nations: Origins of Mission in the Early Church

Preaching to the Nations: Origins of Mission in the Early Church
A look at the origins of mission in the church, examining the activities of the leaders of the early Christians in the light of the social and practical conditions of first century Judaism and the early Christian era. Grys argues that it was through the struggle of the early church to establish itself that mission came to be important.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780281051489
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Publisher: SPCK PUBLISHING
Pub. Date: December 10 1998
Author: ALAN LE GRYS
Format: Paperback
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Providing a stimulating look at mission in the early church, this text looks at both the Christian and Jewish background to the idea of mission. It argues that the concept was not strongly perceived in either the Hebrew Bible of the sayings of Jesus.'
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