Tag Archives: cross-culture

Contextualization’s 2 Ditches: Legalism & License

contextualization is a hot-word for all persons dealing with cross-cultural issues/ministry/work: how far can i go along with the locals’ culture and practice without being unbiblical? this ends up voiced in questions like: is this local practice “just for fun” … Continue reading

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Cultural Perspectives of America

As we look back at America, the land we left, we must consider our position as cross-cultural people and look at the country and its culture in light of this position, which demands a true biblical perspective regarding any and all cultures. Continue reading

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