Disciples of All Nations has 42 ratings and 7 reviews. David said: Lamin Sanneh tells the story of the growth of Christianity, focusing on the reception. Issue 1 · International Review of Mission banner. Disciples of All Nations: Pillars of World Christianity by Lamin O. Sanneh. First published: 20 March Disciples of All Nations: Pillars of World Christianity by Lamin O. Sanneh. First published: 20 March Full publication history; DOI.
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Disciples of All Nations: Pillars of World Christianity by Lamin Sanneh
Africans rejected that view by circulating the religion as local currency” p. However, the author uses a lot of academic theological terminology that might be difficult to understand at an introductory level. Other editions – View all Disciples of All Nations: Civil War American History: It expounds Christianity’s eastward expansion and seminal interaction with Islam whose resistance encouraged Europe to embark on its maritime expansion to the East and the New World.
In the end, by putting the Christian movement into the broader context which I have attempted to summarize above, Lamin Sanneh has convincingly shown that the present growth of world Christianity, while unprecedented in its scale, is not at all out of character.
Disciples of All Nations: Pillars of World Christianity
Marlene rated it it lajin amazing May 04, Explore the Home Gift Guide. One person found this helpful. Missions gained—and lost—momentum by association with the slave trade and with related systems of native exploitation, acquiring range and imperial protection, sxnneh example, but also by provoking local resistance.
Hannah rated it it was ok May 04, English Choose a language for shopping. To ask other readers questions about Disciples of All Nationsplease sign up. Sanneh has such a remarkable breadth lmain knowledge that keeping up can be difficult. Throughout “Disciples of All Nations,” he explicitly shifts the focus from expatriate initiative to local reception, from foreign control to native direction.
Michy rated it really liked it May 25, Here then is a groundbreaking study of Christianity’s role in cultural innovation and historical change–and must reading for all who are concerned with the present and future of the faith.
Bibliographic Information Print publication date: Long the dominant religion of the West, Christianity is now rapidly becoming the principal faith in much of the postcolonial world–a development that marks a momentous shift in the religion’s very center of gravity.
Here then is a groundbreaking study of Christianity’s role in cultural innovation and historical change–and must reading for all who are concerned with the present and future of the faith. Oct 12, David rated it really liked it Shelves: Sanneh uses the Jewish-Gentile conflict from Acts 15 to serve as a template with which to discuss the growth of Christianity around disci;les world and its accompanying conflicts over cultural expressions and contextualization.
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Oxford University Press; 1 edition November 30, Language: Shane rated it really liked it Jun 10, Though Sanneh devotes a great deal of attention to foreign missions, that is not his ultimate focus; to focus on Western missions would be to misread Sanneh.
Trivia About Disciples of All In this eye-opening book, Lamin Sanneh examines the roots of this “post-Western awakening” Ultimately, he shows, these discpiles outgrew Christianity’s colonial forms and restructured it through their own discioles and idioms–a process that often occurred outside, and sometimes against, the lines of denominational control.
Disciples of All Nations: Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. His books include Whose Religion is Christianity?: Sonja rated it really liked it Mar 20, Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.
danneh It is a wide-ranging study that chronicles the fascinating, if somewhat messy, story of Christianity’s naturalization or “inculturation” among various peoples throughout its history. He uses an unmatched repertoire of historical sources and key narratives from those sources to tell the story of Christianity in a balanced and provocative way.
Africa, the West, and the World coedited with Joel A. Oxford University PressNov 30, – Religion – pages. It is helpful to anyone interested in the concept of Christians communicating Christ to a non-Christian world. In writing Disciples of All Nations, Sanneh inaugurates the “Oxford Studies in World Christianity”–a venture that examines the “massive cultural shifts and alignments” currently underway in World Christianity.