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One hundred years ago Roland Allen authored his landmark study Missionary Methods: St. Paul’s or Ours? The 2012 annual conference of the Evangelical Missiological Society celebrated this centennial by addressing this ever relevant topic. The present volume brings to readers insights from that conference examining the theological foundations, historical precedence, and practical challenges regarding missionary methods. Missiologists, missionary practitioners, and strategic leaders alike will benefit from these essays, which give fresh perspective on methods for fulfilling the Great Commission in our day.

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Date de parution 15 juin 2013
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Missionary Methods

Other Books in the EMS Series
No.1 Scripture and Strategy: The Use of the Bible in Postmodern Church and Mission , David Hesselgrave
No.2 Christianity and the Religions: A Biblical Theology of World Religions , Edward Rommen and Harold Netland
No.3 Spiritual Power and Missions: Raising the Issues , Edward Rommen
No.4 Missiology and the Social Sciences: Contributions, Cautions, and the Conclusions , Edward Rommen and Gary Corwin
No.5 The Holy Spirit and Mission Dynamics , Douglas McConnell
No.6 Reaching the Resistant: Barriers and Bridges for Mission , Dudley Woodberry
No.7 Teaching Them Obedience in All Things: Equipping for the 21st Century , Edgar Elliston
No.8 Working Together With God to Shape the New Millennium: Opportunities and Limitations , Kenneth Mulholland and Gary Corwin
No.9 Caring for the Harvest Force in the New Millennium , Tom Steffen and Douglas Pennoyer
No.10 Between Past and Future: Evangelical Mission Entering the Twenty-first Century , Jonathan Bonk
No.11 Christian Witness in Pluralistic Contexts in the Twenty-first Century , Enoch Wan
No.12 The Centrality of Christ in Contemporary Missions , Mike Barnett and Michael Pocock
No.13 Contextualization and Syncretism: Navigating Cultural Currents , Gailyn Van Rheenen
No.14 Business as Mission: From Impoverished to Empowered , Tom Steffen and Mike Barnett
No.15 Missions in Contexts of Violence , Keith Eitel
No.16 Effective Engagement in Short-Term Missions: Doing it Right! Robert J. Priest
No.17 Missions from the Majority World: Progress, Challenges, and Case Studies , Enoch Wan and Michael Pocock
No.18 Serving Jesus with Integrity: Ethics and Accountability in Mission , Dwight P. Baker and Douglas Hayward
No.19 Reflecting God’s Glory Together: Diversity in Evangelical Mission , A. Scott Moreau and Beth Snodderly
No.20 Reaching the City: Reflections on Urban Mission for the Twenty-first Century, Gary Fujino, Timothy R. Sisk, and Tereso C. Casiño


About EMS www.emsweb.org
The Evangelical Missiological Society is a professional organization with more than 350 members comprised of missiologists, mission administrators, teachers, pastors with strategic missiological interests, and students of missiology. EMS exists to advance the cause of world evangelization. We do this through study and evaluation of mission concepts and strategies from a biblical perspective with a view to commending sound mission theory and practice to churches, mission agencies, and schools of missionary training around the world. We hold an annual national conference and eight regional meetings held throughout the United States and Canada.


Missionary Methods
RESEARCH, REFLECTIONS, AND REALITIES
Craig Ott and J. D. Payne, Editors


Missionary Methods: Research, Reflections, and Realities
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Missionary methods : research, reflections, and realities / edited by Craig Ott and J. D. Payne. pages cm. -- (Evangelical Missiological Society series ; 21) ISBN 978-0-87808-043-4 1. Missions. I. Ott, Craig, 1952- editor of compilation. BV2061.3.M65 2013 266--dc23
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Contents
Acknowledgments
Contributors
Introduction: Methodological Stewardship: Always Evaluating, Always Adjusting
J. D. Payne
PART I – Biblical Understandings of Missionary Methods
1 Missionary Methods: St. Paul’s, St. Roland’s, or Ours?
Robert L. Gallagher
2 Roland Allen’s Understanding of the Spirit’s Centrality in Mission
Rob S. Hughes
3 Reassessing John Stott’s, David Hesselgrave’s, and Andreas Köstenberger’s Views of the Incarnational Model
John Cheong
PART II – Praxis and Case Studies of Missionary Methods
4 From Roland Allen to Rick Warren: Sources of Inspiration Guiding North American Evangelical Missions Methodology 1912–2012
Gary R. Corwin
5 A Prolegomena to Contextualized Preaching Concerning the Wrath of God and the Judgment of Man: What Did Roland Allen Know that We Sometimes Forget and at Other Times Never Learn?
David J. Hesselgrave
6 The Rise of Orality in Modern Missions Practice
Anthony Casey
7 Missionaries in Our Own Backyard: The Canadian Context
Joel Thiessen
8 Islands of the Gods: Productive and Unproductive Missionary Methods in Animistic Societies—Roland Allen’s Examination of Saint Paul’s Use of Miracles
Robert H. Bennett
9 Leaders Reproducing Churches: Research from Japan
John W. Mehn
10 Paul’s or Theirs?—A Case Analysis of Missionary Methods among Muslims of the Philippines
Mark S. Williams
Conclusions: Missionary Methods: The Questions that Still Dog Us
Craig Ott
General Index
Scripture Index
Endnotes

Acknowledgments
As editors we would like to express our appreciation to all those persons who contributed to bringing this volume together. We are grateful to the Evangelical Missiological Society for their trust in us as editors and for taking up this very important topic. We offer many thanks to the contributors who completed their work in a timely and efficient fashion, making our work as editors much easier. A special shout-out of appreciation goes to Craig’s assistant, Dee Yaccino, for her attention to detail in formatting and editing. We are deeply grateful to the institutions that we serve, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and The Church at Brook Hills, for allowing us to devote time and energy to this project. Finally, much appreciation goes to the wonderful people with William Carey Library for their partnership with the Evangelical Missiological Society to provide this monograph series. They are to be commended for their labors to make this book available to readers for kingdom advancement.
Craig Ott Deerfield, Illinois
J. D. Payne Birmingham, Alabama

Contributors
Robert H. Bennett (PhD, Concordia Theological Seminary) is an adjunct professor of mission at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and administrative pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church and School in Reese, Michigan. His publications include I Am Not Afraid: Demon Possession and Spiritual Warfare (Concordia Publishing House, 2013). He may be contacted at theoreader@gmail.com.
Anthony Casey (PhD candidate, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is an adjunct instructor of missions and evangelism at Boyce College and Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. His interests include orality in church planting and urban ethnographic research. He may be contacted at acasey@sbts.edu.
John Cheong (PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) currently collaborates with the Global Diaspora Network, serves as full-time senior lecturer in mission and intercultural studies in a Southeast Asian seminary, while equipping leaders for and ministering to Muslim background believers as well. He previously served in church planting ministries in Southeast Asia in the 1980s and 1990s and in evangelism of international students and Muslims in the Chicago area during the past decade. He can be contacted at eaglexian@hotmail.com.
Gary R. Corwin is staff missiologist with the international office of SIM and associate editor of Evangelical Missions Quarterly. He has served with SIM since 1981 in Ghana and in various research and education roles internationally. He holds three master’s degrees (East Stroudsburg University, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and Northwestern University) and is coauthor of Introducing World Missions: A Biblical, Historical, and Practical Survey (Baker Academic, 2004). He may be contacted at garcorwin@aol.com.
Robert L. Gallagher (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is department chair, director of the master of arts program in intercultural studies, and associate professor of intercultural studies at Wheaton College Graduate School in Chicago where he has served since 1998. He previously served as president of the American Society of Missiology (2010–11) and as an executive pastor in Australia (1979–90), as well as being involved in short-term theological education in Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific since 1984. His publications include coediting of Footprints of God: A Narrative Theolo

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