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Re: Mission: A Narrative of Hope for a Post-Eschatological Church
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Re: Mission: A Narrative of Hope for a Post-Eschatological Church

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Paternoster 2007

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$17.99

Overview

Postmodern missions and New Testament studies collide in this innovative, radical book as Andrew Perriman contrasts the early and modern church, examining Christianity’s history. He argues that since our context is different than that of our forefathers, our mission must be as well.

Perriman’s controversial argument maintains that the eschatological crisis faced by the early church—the coming judgment on the enemies who opposed God’s people—passed with the collapse of the Roman Empire, but creational disorder still remains. In Re: Mission, Perriman argues that a missiology oriented toward a new creation is far more relevant than a missiology oriented towards rescue from opposition and persecution.

Re: Mission seeks to move beyond traditional methods of evangelism and mission and offers practical ways to encourage and equip today’s church. The Logos edition of Re: Mission integrates completely with your digital library. Scripture references link directly to your favorite English translation and your original-language texts, instantly connecting you a wealth of resources. Networked passage guides, word studies, and commentaries allow you to delve into God’s Word like never before.

Key Features

  • New approaches to evangelism and mission
  • Total integration with your Logos digital library
  • Exegetical commentary on the state of the modern church

Praise for the Print Edition

This well-written, thoroughly researched, short exegetical book packs an incredible punch . . . I encourage you to give this book a serious read.

—Greg Boyd

Product Details

  • Title: Re: Mission: A Narrative of Hope for a Post-Eschatological Church
  • Author: Andrew Perriman
  • Publisher: Paternoster
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 160

About Andrew Perriman

Andrew Perriman lives in the Netherlands and works with Christian Associates, an organization that seeks to develop open, creative communities of faith European Christians. He is the author of The Coming of the Son of Man: New Testament Eschatology for an Emerging Church.