During the 19th century, Protestant missions largely made up the time period. Excerpt from Worshiping God Together: Eventually, Japan was reopened two centuries later. There are different kinds of writing in the Bible — stories, songs, laws, letters, wisdom, dreams.
The Pope told the monarchs to evangelize the people of the lands, found a church, and preserve it. Roland Allen wrote that the missionary was to be an instrument of the Holy Spirit. Comity was put into place to eliminate competition for areas of need in missions.
This made mission part of Reading response on missions government itself. Beaver next discusses The Crusades. For this reason the reading, hearing, preaching, and confessing of the Word are central to Christian worship.
He starts by telling us of Boniface who was a man that first used an approach that was effective and set the stage for later works. The Word of the Lord, Thanks be to God. Pierce Beaver gives the reader a look into the time line of missions throughout history. The Shogun shut down Christianity and closed Japan to outsiders which sent the Christians underground.
The mission strategies of the 17th century were connected to this expansion as well. Also during this time, colleges and other institutions were put into place to help train those missionaries.
Selections for reading in public worship should be guided by the seasons of the church year, pastoral concerns for a local congregation, events and conditions in the world, and specific program emphases of the church.
Lull, especially, was dedicated to the task of winning over the Muslims and devised a system to answer all opposition to Christianity by the Muslims. The public reading of Scripture should be clear, audible, and attentive to the meanings of the text, and should be entrusted to those prepared for such reading.
This soon began to change with the help of two theoreticians; Henry Venn and Rufus Anderson. That they should convey the gospel and the simplest statement of faith. Lectionaries offered by the church ensure a broad range of readings as well as consistency and connection with the universal Church.
The missionaries of the 17th century were the Jesuits. Despite this, the reader learns of two men who went to teach in love; Francis of Cassis and Ramona Lull.
The old missions dissolved and made way for what we have today. Manuals of missionary principles and practice described what was needed to be a missionary.
During this time, Christianity became a worldwide religion in connection with expansion. They shared the gospel with the native people by learning their language and customs and formed the gospel around it.
Another aspect of this time period was that of comity, which was employed by the Southern Baptists. Their goal was that of worldwide missions.Scripture Readings Including readings from the Old and New Testaments ensures that the unity and completeness of God’s revelation are proclaimed.
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