The 15-volume Missional Theology Collection asserts that missions lies at the core of the Gospel, and that the church’s primary task of cultural engagement should inform theological reflection and transformational mission. The authors survey significant topics in twentieth century theology, such as liberation theology, global justice, eschatology, mystery, and the renewed interested in the practice of worship and discipleship in the Early Church.
The books in the Missional Theology Collection seek to move beyond traditional methods of evangelism and mission. In these volumes, authors such as Brian McLaren, Jason Clark, Andrew Perriman, Stephen R. Holmes, and many others explore the nature of God’s kingdom on earth and the endless connections between the Gospel of Christ and the mission of the Church. Each book tackles a separate facet of missional theology, offering historical and theological insight, along with practical ways of encouraging and equipping the church today in the task of theology.