Contextualization of Christianity and Christianization of language

a case study from the highlands of Papua New Guinea
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Verlag der Ev.-Luth. Mission , Erlangen
Language and languages -- Religious aspects -- Christianity., Christianity and culture., Yagaria language., Missions -- Papua New Gu

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Papua New Gu

StatementGünther Renck.
SeriesErlanger Monographien aus Mission und Ökumene ;, Bd. 5
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBR115.L25 R46 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 316 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1609096M
ISBN 103872143050
LC Control Number91147851

Contextualization of Christianity and Christianization of Language: A Case Study from the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.

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Contextualization in the study of the history of Christianity in China has become increasingly popular in recent years. It has become a key research criterion in evaluating the strategies of Christian missions, of missionary behavior, of conflicts between Christian. Suggests a novel treatment of context in the analysis of everyday interaction.

The volume is also an appraisal of the theory of contextualization developed by John Gumperz. The contributors Pages: Contextualization: A New Missionary Approach to Muslims. The author has worked as Research Associate at the Islamic Foundation, Leicester, and is presently Research Scholar at the Centre of West Asian Studies, Aligarh Muslim University, India.

Christian evangelism. Later waves of colonial expansion such as the Scramble for Africa or the struggle for India, by the Netherlands, Britain, France, Germany and Russia led to Christianization of other native populations across the globe such as the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, Filipinos, Indians and Africans led to the expansion of Christianity.

The Christianization of Kievan Rus' took place in several stages. In earlyPatriarch Photius of Constantinople announced to other Christian patriarchs that the Rus', baptized by his bishop, took to Christianity. How can a Christian brought up in the metropolis of Sao Paulo speak the gospel clearly to a Buddhist raised in the mountains of Tibet.

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L Renck () Contextualization of Christianity. An expert study of church planting in the most secular part of contemporary Europe In this book Stefan Paas offers thoughtful analysis of reasons and motives for missionary church planting in Europe, and he explores successful and unsuccessful strategies in that post-Christian /5(6).

This book covers roughly 1, years - from Constantine in the 4th century until the acceptance of Christianity by Lithuania (the last pagan holdout) in the 14th century. Fletcher tries to go beyond the /5.

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Contextualization and Biblical Christianity Let’s see to it that true evangelical scholars replace this kind of limp, casual dialogue with a godly, burning passion for souls. We must decry the. The Gospel is Not Western: Black Theologies from the Southwest Pacific, Orbis Books: New YorkISBN ; Renck, Guenther: Contextualization of Christianity and Christianization of Language.

Presents a review article focusing on the conversion of the senators of Rome to Christianity based on the book "The Making of a Christian Aristocracy: Social and Religious Change in the Western Cited by: 5.

Despite these reservations about the absence of late antique contextualization, Christianity and the Transformation of the Book performs with aplomb the Herculean task of narrating (in plain language) Author: Scott Fitzgerald Johnson.

The word “contextualization” first appeared in in Ministry in Context, a publication of the Theological Education Gilliland points out that their concern was that “both the. Christianization of Africa, especially through the translation of the Bible in vernacular (local) languages.

However, in the the process of the contextualization of Christianity in Africa, Africans found. Contextualization must happen so the gospel is not seen as foreign to a culture.

However, the content of the gospel must not be changed in this process. Contextualization has largely been the work. Contextualization is one of the hottest topics in missions today. Simply put, contextualization is the word we use for the process of making the gospel and the church as much at.

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"Contextualization" is a new word, although contextualization has taken place from the time of the fall. Throughout history, fall­ plagued minds have distorted what is good in both the idea and its implementation.

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/ Mathisen, Ralph. In: International Journal of the Classical Cited by: 3. The Christianization of Scandinavia, as well as other Nordic countries and the Baltic countries, took place between the 8th and the 12th centuries.

The realms of Denmark, Norway and Sweden (Sweden. Zondervan, (Formerly entitled, Under the Influence, ). It is common today for the church to be on the receiving end of much criticism. The church is blamed for many of the ills in the world, but is.

Ultimately, Contextualization in World Missions is a great primer and summary of issues related to contextualization, and I recommend it for anyone interested in learning more about this all-important.

Question: "What is contextualization?" Answer: Generally, to contextualize an idea, statement or event is to place it within its larger setting in which it acquires its true and complete meaning. Contextualization.

Christian Terminology in the OE Lexicon Before the Christianization Period. by Rosa Corradi. copyright Nature of the OE vocabulary. When the Jutes, Saxons and Angles invaded Britain in the fifth century, they brought a Germanic language.

Book Description Regent College Publishing,US, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. How can a Christian brought up in the metropolis of Sao. “But no one is preventing us from fighting, hand-in-hand, to end the persecutions, the ousting of Christian values, the de-Christianization of 21st-century human civilization.”.Contextualization is simply an attempt to take off Western wrappings, which have typically be-come a part of world-wide Christianity, and put on ‘clothing’ which looks and feels much more natural and File Size: 3MB.