Archives for category: A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Bruce Ashford)

A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 10: End Times)

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 10: End Times) Note: This series of posts deals with the relationship between doctrine and practice in general, and between theology and missiology in particular. It argues that sound theology should provide the starting point, trajectory, and parameters for missiological practice. It seeks a “theologically-driven” missiology … Read More »

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 9: Church & Missiological Issues)

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 9: Church & Missiological Issues) Note: This series of posts deals with the relationship between doctrine and practice in general, and between theology and missiology in particular. It argues that sound theology should provide the starting point, trajectory, and parameters for missiological practice. It seeks a … Read More »

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 8: Church-A Concise Exposition)

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 8: Church-A Concise Exposition) Note: This series of posts deals with the relationship between doctrine and practice in general, and between theology and missiology in particular. It argues that sound theology should provide the starting point, trajectory, and parameters for missiological practice. It seeks a “theologically-driven” … Read More »

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 7: Salvation)

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 7: Salvation) Note: This series of posts deals with the relationship between doctrine and practice in general, and between theology and missiology in particular. It argues that sound theology should provide the starting point, trajectory, and parameters for missiological practice. It seeks a “theologically-driven” missiology both … Read More »

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 6: Man)

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 6: Man) Note: This series of posts deals with the relationship between doctrine and practice in general, and between theology and missiology in particular. It argues that sound theology should provide the starting point, trajectory, and parameters for missiological practice. It seeks a “theologically-driven” missiology both … Read More »

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 5: Spirit)

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 5: Spirit) Note: This series of posts deals with the relationship between doctrine and practice in general, and between theology and missiology in particular. It argues that sound theology should provide the starting point, trajectory, and parameters for missiological practice. It seeks a “theologically-driven” missiology both … Read More »

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 4: Christ)

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Note: This series of posts deals with the relationship between doctrine and practice in general, and between theology and missiology in particular. It argues that sound theology should provide the starting point, trajectory, and parameters for missiological practice. It seeks a “theologically-driven” missiology both for the United States and international … Read More »

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 3: The Triune God)

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Note: This series of posts deals with the relationship between doctrine and practice in general, and between theology and missiology in particular. It argues that sound theology should provide the starting point, trajectory, and parameters for missiological practice. It seeks a “theologically-driven” missiology both for the United States and international … Read More »

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A Theologically-Driven Missiology (Pt. 2: Revelation)

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Note: This series of posts deals with the relationship between doctrine and practice in general, and between theology and missiology in particular. It argues that sound theology should provide the starting point, trajectory, and parameters for missiological practice. It seeks a “theologically-driven” missiology both for the United States and international … Read More »

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Theologically-Driven Missiology, Part 1: A Southern Baptist Moment

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Perhaps the most significant issue facing evangelicals, including Southern Baptists, today is a disconnect between doctrine and practice, between theology and missiology. Our tendency is to affirm Christian Scripture as being inspired by God and without error, and then to ignore Christian Scripture in forming our strategies and methods. It … Read More »

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