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Gospel in a pluralist society.

by Lesslie Newbigin

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Published by Eerdmans, WCC Publications in Grand Rapids, Mich, Geneva .
Written in English


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ContributionsWorld Council of Churches.
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Open LibraryOL15242404M
ISBN 102825409715

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What is the Christian message in a society marked by. The Gospel in a Pluralist Society SPCK Alison Morgan March Extremely detailed; perhaps more detailed than it needed to have been in order to make the points it was making - though perhaps we’re familiar with them in a way we weren’t when he wrote it.

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*The Gospel in a Pluralist Society* was ground breaking when written in at a time when the West was accepting the presuppositions of the post-modern worldview and the book still maintains its relevance as our society fully embraces the mindset of a supposedly tolerant, pluralistic, non /5(76).

Review: The Gospel in a Pluralist Society User Review - Ryan - Goodreads. It seems nearly every author writing about missions, the church and the gospel in the last decade point back to this one 4/5(5). *The Gospel in a Pluralist Society* was ground breaking when written in at a time when the West was accepting the presuppositions of the post-modern worldview and the book still maintains its relevance as our society fully embraces the mindset of a supposedly tolerant, pluralistic, non /5(72).

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Newbigin’s The Gospel in a Pluralist Society () is a critique of the prevailing view that doubt is more intellectually respectable than assent to truth. The author begins the book by examining the Zeitgeist of this age, how we arrived philosophically at this cultural ethos, and the natural implications for a Christian worldview that upholds the exclusivity of biblical : Obbie Todd.

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This heartfelt work by a missionary pastor and preacher also offers to Christian leaders and laypeople some thoughtful, helpful, and provocative reflections/5(3). The Gospel in a Pluralist Society is a call to renewed confidence in the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is an attempt to see “how as Christians we can more confidently affirm our faith in the kind of intellectual climate” in which we find ourselves.

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Through this book, Newbigin pointed out just how pluralistic our society is, and what role the gospel and its believers should play within such an environment.In his book The Gospel in a Pluralist Society, Lesslie Newbigin provides a healthy challenge to the defenses of the secular humanistic plausibility structure, and he challenges Christians to live such lives that bear witness to the living Savior they profess/5(54).