03724cam a2200469Ki 4500001001300000003000600013005001700019008004100036035002000077040006900097019001500166020001500181020001800196035004100214043001200255050002200267090002300289049000900312245012200321264004400443264001100487300002800498336002600526337002800552338002700580490003000607504005100637505133300688520073602021534005002757590001102807590003302818650003502851650005102886650004502937700003602982700003803018700004103056830003103097994001203128999011403140on1026413230OCoLC20190702045457.0180301t20172015oru b 001 0 eng d a(Sirsi) a208789 aCFTbengerdacCFTdOCLCFdKATdOCLCAdYDXdOCLCQdUAFdDTMdNVS a1021305124 a1532644558 a9781532644559 a(OCoLC)1026413230z(OCoLC)1021305124 ae-no--- 4aBV3755b.W58 2017 aBV3755b.W585 2017 aNVSS00aWitnessing to Christ in a multi-religious context /cedited by Beate Fagerli, Knud Jørgensen and Frank-Ole Thoresen. 1aEugene, Oregon. :bWipf & Stock,c2017. 4c©2015 aii, 168 pages ;c23 cm. atextbtxt2rdacontent aunmediatedbn2rdamedia avolumebnc2rdacarrier1 aRegnum studies in mission aIncludes bibliographical references and index.00tMission is not what it was /rRoar G. Fotland --tWitnessing to Christ in a multicultural and multi-religious context /rKnud Jørgensen --tChrist as reconciler and the ministry of reconciliation /rRobert Schreiter --tHow to reconcile Norway with Sápmi? Christ as "reconciler" in a (post- )colonial Norway /rTore Johnsen --tReflections on Christ as a unique reconciler for the melting-pot of Brazil /rMaicon Steuernagel --tI believe in Jesus Christ, our Lord /rKirsteen Kim --t"Lord" in Christianity and in other religions /rNotto R. Thelle --tWitnessing to Christ in a multicultural context: the concept of "Lord" in a Norwegian context /rAnne Hege Grung --tWitnessing to Christ as unique in a pluralistic society of Europe: a voice from a migrant Christian /rDawit Olika Terfassa --tUnderstanding Christ as saviour and understanding salvation in changing landscapes /rBeate Fagerli --tThe Christian witness to redemption in a multicultural context: redeemed from what and for what? /rTore Laugerud --tReviewing classical perspectives on Christ as saviour /rRolf Kjøde --tReflections on "redeemer" in Norway today /rEspen Ottosen --gConcluding chapters --tUniqueness of Christ: some concluding remarks /rFrank-Ole Thoresen -- Christian witness in a multi-religious world: recommendations for conduct. a"This book grows out of a desire to come to grips with our new context. Until a few decades ago we believed that Norway was for Norwegians. And Norwegians were Christian - most of them even Lutheran. Slowly at first, but then with increasing momentum, our neighbourhoods and villages changed from being mono-cultural and mono-religious into something less Norwegian, but more like a rainbow society. This book brings together the presentations of a symposium on these issues. It featured two international keynote speakers, Robert Schreiter and Kirsteen Kim, as well as a group of presenters and respondents, to discuss and reflect on the challenges to witnessing to Christ in societies with multiple faith traditions."--Publisher. pPreviously published:cOxford : Regnum, 2015. zStacks aamazon 6/10/19 18.10 ftu LNS 0aEvangelistic workvCongresses. 0aReligious pluralismxChristianityvCongresses. 0aReligious pluralismzNorwayvCongresses.1 aFagerli, Beate,d1970-eeditor.1 aJørgensen, Knud,d1942-eeditor.1 aThoresen, Frank-Ole,d1971-eeditor. 0aRegnum studies in mission. aC0bNVS aBV3755 .W585 2017wLCc1iB0030555244d7/9/2019e7/3/2019f1/22/2020g2lSTACKS2mMAINrYsNtBOOKu5/31/2019