Journal of Theology

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Missions Methods and Principles
Volume 57, No. 1
Fall 2014
Missions Methods and Principles
Terry L. Wilder

This issue of the Southwestern Journal of Theology is devoted to the topic of “Missions Methods and Principles” and may be one of the most important issues that the seminary has ever published. The matters discussed in this volume go to the very heart of Jesus’ Great Commission to “go and make disciples of all the nations” (Matt 28:19). We pray that these articles increase your missions awareness and help equip you with knowledge in your preparation for engagement in ministry at home and abroad.

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Table of Contents
  • Editorial - Terry L. Wilder
  • Theological Education and Southern Baptist Missions Strategy in the Twenty-first Century - John David Massey
  • A Course Correction in Missions: Rethinking the Two-Percent Threshold - Robin Dale Hadaway
  • Two Approaches to Contextualization - Dean F. Sieberhagen
  • Competing and Conflicting Mission - M. David Sills
  • Contending for Southern Baptist Biblical Missiology: Does Doublespeak Live? - Keith E. Eitel
  • The Role of Women as Missionaries - Dorothy Kelley Patterson
  • Neophyte Pastors: Can Titus 1 Be Used to Justify Placing New Converts in the Office of Pastor? - Michael Scott Robertson
  • Contrasting Missiological Positions in Regard to Matthew 28:20 - John Michael Morris
  • Book Reviews
  • Abstracts of Recent Dissertations at Southwestern
  • Index of Book Reviews

Previous Journal Issues

Missions Methods and Principles
Biblical Theology: Past, Present, and Future
Volume 55, No. 2 Spring 2013
Scripture, Culture, and Missions
Southern Baptist Theology in the Late Twentieth Century

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