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Contextualizing the Gospel

Brian L. Harbour

Contextualizing the Gospel

a homiletic commentary on 1 Corinthians

by Brian L. Harbour

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Published by Smyth & Helwys Pub., Inc. in Macon, Ga .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American Sermons,
  • Bible,
  • Commentaries,
  • Sermons,
  • Baptists

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Brian L. Harbour
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2675.53 .H36 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24853666M
    ISBN 109781573125895
    LC Control Number2011019295

      By Roger Oakland. You may not have heard the term before, but contextual theology is a prominent message from the emerging church. In his book, Models of Contextual Theology(), Stephen B. Bevans defines contextual theology as a way of doing theology in which one takes into account: the spirit and message of the gospel; the tradition of the Christian people; the culture in . The contextualizing work of gospel translation is difficult today for two reasons. First, there are some who are complacent about the need for it. This objection generally underestimates the particularity of cultural idolatries, including their linguistic webs, and the need for the gospel to be understood in every nook and cranny of fallen.

    Contextualization is the way which mission workers apply the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the truths of Scripture to various cultures. Redeeming God Liberating you from bad ideas about God.   There’s a lesson here in the how’s and why’s of contextualizing the gospel. It illustrates that contextualizing the gospel is about finding an entrance point and being confident that any given entrance point into the true gospel will lead to the whole of the gospel .

      The danger of contextualizing the gospel (presenting the good news of Christ’s life, death, resurrection, and the forgiveness of sins through faith in Him alone, in our present culture) is losing the essentials of the gospel in order to communicate the gospel. The struggle is with how much to contextualize the text for the culture, and how.   By Roger Oakland. You may not have heard the term before, but contextual theology is a prominent message from the emerging church. In his book, Models of Contextual Theology(), Stephen B. Bevans defines contextual theology as: a way of doing theology in which one takes into account: the spirit and message of the gospel; the tradition of the Christian people; the culture in .


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Contextualizing the Gospel by Brian L. Harbour Download PDF EPUB FB2

Contextualization: A Theology of Gospel and Culture Paperback – November 1, by Bruce J. Nicholls (Author)Cited by: In "Contextualizing the Gospel: A Homiletic Commentary on 1 Corinthians," Brian Harbour has responded to two deep needs within the church: the desire for 'biblical' preaching and for help relating the church to a rapidly changing : Brian L Harbour.

The contextualizing of the gospel is a concept that has been popularized by the emergent churches out west, which in itself is a cause for concern. It is essentially an attempt to accommodate social change, culture, tradition, and religious views of other so-called faiths when presenting the gospel.

The call to contextualize the gospel is not limited to dramatic scenarios such as the one portrayed in Acts Just as the four Gospel writers shaped their books for engaging particular communities of readers, and just as Paul fashioned each of his sermons and speeches according to a particular context, so we communicate the gospel contextually.

Contextualization is most often discussed in terms of missionary work. Some very early missionaries made no attempt to contextualize, but rather required their converts to become “Westernized,” or at least required a drastic break from their native culture.

This tended to build walls rather than build relationships. Below is a presentation I’ve created concerning how to contextualize the gospel. I was inspired in part by a new book by Jackson Wu: Saving God’s Face: A Chinese Contextualization of Salvation through Honor and Shame.

[2] (Amazing scholarship and hard to read. Contextualizing the Gospel, Part 1 – Introduction Scott Aniol | March 30th, | 5 Comments There is a popular thought today in evangelicalism that says that if we as Christians are going to reach unbelievers around us, we need to be more tuned into contemporary culture.

APPENDIX: PRINCIPLES OF CONTEXTUALIZATION [21] 1. We affirm that the Bible is the only infallible text that exists. It is appropriate to evaluate all other books by 2. We affirm that there is a biblical precedent for using "bridges" to reach out to others with the Gospel (Acts 3.

We affirm an. We find in Acts numerous examples of Paul contextualizing the gospel. He communicates the gospel in a synagogue to God-fearing Jews with the Scriptures and the words of John the Baptist (Ac ). Paul and the Contextualization of the Gospel By Michael Depew It has been commonly reported that Francis A.

Schaeffer, noted lecturer and author from L'Abri Fellowship in Switzerland, once said if he had only one hour to share the gospel with a person, he would spend the first forty-five minutes finding out what the person believed about God and the last fifteen minutes presenting Christ from that basis.

Book Description. In Contextualizing the Gospel: A Homiletic Commentary on 1 Corinthians, Brian Harbour has responded to two deep needs within the church: the desire for “biblical” preaching and for help relating the church to a rapidly changing world. A commentary in the traditional meaning of the word — a critical explanation or interpretation of a text — Harbour examines every part of Paul’s letter and.

Books shelved as contextualization: Cross-Cultural Servanthood: Serving the World in Christlike Humility by Duane Elmer, The Drama of Doctrine: A Canonic. In One Gospel for All Nations, I suggest that the biblical writers have a distinct pattern of presenting the gospel.

In effect, they provide us with a firm and flexible model for contextualizing Author: Jackson Wu. Sites. First Nations Version of the New Testament. Indigenous Jesus “Exploring the intersection of indigenous visual art and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”. is a platform for viewing and downloading videos and animations that share the gospel message in hundreds of different languages.

This website is the result of a partnership called the 20/20 Vision. The reason why we contextualize the gospel cannot be stated better than what Darrell Whiteman dictates: “Contextualization attempts to communicate the Gospel in word and deed and to establish the church in ways that make sense to people within their local cultural context, presenting Christianity in such a way that it meets people’s deepest.

The concept of “contextualizing the gospel” is a difficult one for modern Pentecost to approach, partially because so many have let Truth slip through their fingers while trying to do so.

It may be helpful, then, to explain what contextualizing is not. "The process of contextualizing the gospel is tricky. Ideally speaking, missionaries should be able to extract the pure gospel message from the biblical message and pass it on untouched by their own culture to the converts, who then incorporate the gospel into their culture without polluting it.

In practice this is impossible. Most books and chapters on gospel contextualization are (to me) frustratingly impractical. Christian leaders are therefore (1) ignorant of the very idea of contextualization, (2) naively against it, or (3) for it but don’t know how to do it.

One of the most powerfully convincing statements on the necessity for contextualizing the gospel can be found in The Convergent answering how we can take the timeless gospel and apply it in a timely manner and how we can speak the truth to a given culture without selling out, the authors write.

contextualized the Gospel in the Epworth community. I will attempt to show the difference, as I perceive it, between contextualizing the Gospel and just presenting it regardless of context. In my presentation I use the cycle of mission praxis which is also referred to as theFile Size: KB.

Company Address: Peake Road Macon, GA Phone: Fax: return to article details contextualizing the one gospel in any culture: a model from the biblical text for a global context contextualizing the one gospel in any culture: a model from the biblical text for a .Discover the importance of contextualizing the words of the Bible and messages through The Gospel Coalition's articles, blogs, podcasts, and videos.