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Announcing the Kingdom: The Story of God’s Mission in the Bible



This work surveys the development of the kingdom of God theme in the Old Testament and demonstrates how it reveals God’s mission in creation, Israel, and among the nations. The authors then turn to the fulfillment of the kingdom through Jesus’ ministry and the continuing work of the Holy Spirit. Based on Arthur Glasser’s more than 30 years of teaching experience, this study provides mission students and workers with an ideal textbook understanding biblical foundations of missions.

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  • Surveys the development of the kingdom of God them in the Old Testament
  • Examines the fulfillment of the kingdom throught Jesus’ ministry
  • Presents students and workers with a foundation of biblical missions
  • God’s Mission in the Beginning
  • God’s Mission through Israel
  • God’s Mission among the Nations
  • God’s Mission through Jesus the Christ
  • God’s Mission through the Holy Spirit by the Church
  • God’s Mission Extends to the End of Time
A superb book, it relates God’s mission to God’s people for God’s Kingdom in God’s world, as found in God’s Word. Evangelical missiology at its best!

—Gerald H. Anderson, director emeritus, Overseas Ministries Study Center

Announcing the Kingdom takes the reader on a panoramic tour of the Kingdom of God from Genesis to Revelation. A theology of mission centered on the Kingdom, it intersects biblical exegesis with missiological reflection to produce a solidly evangelical and relevant understanding of mission for Christians who want to share the good news in today's troubled world.

—Gary B. McGee, distinguished professor emeritus, Assemblies of God Theological Seminary

Arthur F. Glasser is dean emeritus of the School of World Mission at Fuller Theological Seminary.

Charles E. Van Engen is the Arthur F. Glasser Professor of Biblical Theology of Mission at Fuller Theological Seminary.

Dean S. Gilliland is senior professor of contextualized theology and African studies at Fuller Theological Seminary.

Shawn B. Redford is a Ph.D. candidate and adjunct faculty member at Fuller Theological Seminary.


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