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Eerdmans Lesslie Newbigin Collection (8 vols.)

, 1987–2003

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Explore pertinent topics in missions, discipleship, and church structure with these select works from renowned missiologist Lesslie Newbigin. A prolific author and long-time missionary, Newbigin’s works laid the foundations of the missional church movement. In this collection you’ll find works on sharing the gospel in the contemporary Western world, strategies for reaching the rest of the globe with the gospel, and studies on strife within the church. Also included is Newbigin’s commentary on John, which delves into how to share its eternal truth with a generation that rejects the existence of truth.

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  • Collects eight works from influential missiologist Lesslie Newbigin
  • Provides invaluable insight into how to preach the Gospel in the twenty-first century
  • Includes Newbigin’s commentary on the Gospel of John

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About Lesslie Newbigin

Lesslie Newbigin (1909–1998) Lesslie Newbigin was born in Newcastle-on-Tyne in the United Kingdom. He studied at Cambridge and served as staff secretary of the Student Christian Movement in Glasgow, Scotland. He studied theology at Westminster College and was ordained by the Presbytery of Edinburgh, Church of Scotland, in 1926.

In 1947, Newbigin was consecrated bishop in the Church of South India. He also served on the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches. In 1959 Newbigin became the general secretary of the International Missionary Council. He oversaw the final negotiations for the merger with the World Council of Churches. In 1962, Newbigin became the first director of the Division of World Mission and Evangelism, and associate general secretary of the World Council of Churches. He was recalled as Bishop by the Church of South Indian in 1965, where he stayed until his retirement in 1974.


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  1. Lloyd Lee

    Lloyd Lee


    Have pre-ordered this and am looking forward to it! Do we know how long before it comes out formally?
  2. James Botts

    James Botts


    Very excited to see Newbigin's works come to Logos. I do wish they would've included Household of God, Unfinished Agenda, and A Walk Through the Bible to round out the scope of the package.
  3. Ian Carmichael

    Ian Carmichael


    If you haven't got to grips with anything of Newbigin's thinking, you're missing a treat. He didn't just work up a great CV - he lived thought and communicated mission, traditionally, freshly, creatively and cogently. A shame there's only 8 of his volumes in this collection - but these ARE key works.
  4. NK



    So glad this is happening --- been waiting a few years now.


Collection value: $128.92
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