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Celucien L. Joseph, Ph.D. (Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics, University of Pretoria; Literary Studies, University of Texas at Dallas) is Professor of English at Indian River State College and Lead Pastor at Jesus Center Community Church. Google+ Twitter: @doctorlou1978. Blog: DrCelucienJoseph.com

Presenting the Beautiful Gospel: Ten Theses about Contemporary Christian International Mission and Cross-Cultural Evangelization

Presenting the Beautiful Gospel: Ten Theses about Contemporary Christian International Mission and Cross-Cultural Evangelization

In former times, some missionary efforts were aligned with militaristic imperialism. Are the terrible expressions of colonialism being promoted by contemporary missionaries? Professor Celucien Joseph reminds us there is a better way.   For many years, I have been thinking about the interreligious conflict between Christianity and other religions in the world, and the work […]

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