oa Missionalia : Southern African Journal of Mission Studies - From missio dei to missio hominum - En route in Christian mission and missiology
|Article Title||From missio dei to missio hominum - En route in Christian mission and missiology|
|© Publisher:||Southern African Missiological Society (SAMS)|
|Journal||Missionalia : Southern African Journal of Mission Studies|
|Publication Date||Apr 2002|
|Pages||04 - 21|
|Keyword(s)||""Ethnic cleansing"", Carel Boshoff, Christian ""civilised"" people, Church colonialism, Context of traditional customs, Doctrine of soteriology, Garage services, Karl Barth's universalism, Missio Dei concept, Objects of conversion, Pagan traditional religion, Predestined elected by God, Shalom, Theological mission training, Theology University of Pretoria and Understanding of Christian faith|
When I was invited to write a contribution to a festschrift for Willem Saayman's sixtieth birthday, I thought it an appropriate opportunity to write an autobiographical narrative on my own pilgrimage in mission and misslology. I also want to give an account to myself about what and who influenced my understanding of the Christian mission since I first got involved in mission and missiology. I dedicate this narrative to Willem Saayman as an exceptional ex-student and much-appreciated friend over many years.
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