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Bruchko by Bruce Olson
✏Book Title : Bruchko ✏Author : Bruce Olson ✏Publisher : Charisma Media ✏Release Date : 2006 ✏Pages : 192 pages ✏ISBN : 9781591859932 ✏Rating: 4.5/5 from 25 users GET BOOK
✏Bruchko Book Summary : "The astonishing true story of a 19-year-old American-- his capture by the Motilone Indians and his adventures in Christianizing the stone age tribe"--Cover.
✏Book Title : Bruchko And The Motilone Miracle ✏Author : Bruce Olson ✏Publisher : Charisma Media ✏Release Date : 2013-10-22 ✏Pages : 240 ✏ISBN : 9781599796222 ✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French GET BOOK
✏Bruchko And The Motilone Miracle Book Summary : Bruchko and the Motilone Miracle, the powerful sequel to Bruce Olson's best-selling missionary classic, Bruchko, is a remarkable tale of adventure, tragedy, faith, and love. It shows how, despite incredible dangers and obstacles, one humble man and a tribe of primitive, violent Indians by joining together in simple obedience have been transformed forever by the sovereign will of god. This book, which details Olson’s missionary work and events from the 1970s to the present, will stir and encourage the hearts of readers to serve and follow God passionately.
✏Book Title : Bruce Olson ✏Author : Andres Küng ✏Publisher : ✏Release Date : 1981 ✏Pages : 216 ✏ISBN : IND:39000001907976 ✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French GET BOOK
✏Bruce Olson Book Summary : Klappentext: An American of Swedish descent, Bruce Olsson has told his fantastic life as a missionary among the Motilone (Bari) Indians of Colombia, South America, in his best-selling book Bruchko. Many wondered, even doubted, if the remarkable events which the book portrays were actually true. French and Swedish anthropologists called him an American hacienda owner making the Motilones his personal colony. They accused him of destroying the pristine innocence of an aboriginal tribe. Andres Küng is the top-notch television and newspaper reporter who set out to investigate the charges. This book is the intriguing account of Küng's on-the-spot investigation in Colombia: Why were the derogatory charges made? What had some anthropologists hoped to gain? What was Bruce Olsson really doing? In a day when many humanistic scientists are urging Third World countries to expel literacy experts and other missionaries working among tribal peoples, this is an important book - one you will want to read and share. "Bruce Olson is one of the most challenging pieces on a missionary loner in our time. The character of Bruce Olson is finally vindicated but much more than that comes out. Here is an accurate, colorful profile of an Indian tribe in Colombia caught against the background of pressures that almost destroyed them. A missionary classic, must reading for anyone concerned with the true method of carrying the compassion of God to a needy people." -- James L. Johnson, President of Evangelical Literature Overseas. The author Andres Küng is a graduate of the Stockholm School of Economics, has traveled to about one hundred countries and speaks a dozen languages. Formerly the editor-in-chief of the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation's daily cultural and debating program, he then became a freelance writer and journalist. Active in political and journalistic circles, he has been honored by the underground resistance movements of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, as well for outstanding journalistic and literary achievement by the Swedish Writer's Association.
✏Book Title : Anthropology for Christian Witness ✏Author : Charles H. Kraft ✏Publisher : Orbis Books ✏Release Date : ✏Pages : 493 ✏ISBN : 9781608332403 ✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French GET BOOK
✏Anthropology for Christian Witness Book Summary : "Anthropology for Christian Witness serves as a thorough, basic introduction to the study of anthropology that has been designed specifically for those who plan careers in mission or cross-cultural ministry. The work of Charles H. Kraft, author of the classic Christianity in Culture, and widely acknowledged as one of the foremost Evangelical missionary anthropologists, this new work represents the synthesis of a lifetime of teaching and study. Kraft treats the very basics, including theories of culture and society; an assessment of the various anthropological schools; kinship and family structure, and cross-cultural communication."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
✏Book Title : Eschatological Discipleship ✏Author : Trevin Wax ✏Publisher : B&H Publishing Group ✏Release Date : 2018-04-01 ✏Pages : 288 ✏ISBN : 9781462776399 ✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French GET BOOK
✏Eschatological Discipleship Book Summary : Discipleship is eschatological in nature, because the church that makes and receives disciples is eschatological in nature. Often eschatology is thought to refer only to “last things” doctrines. However, eschatology in its broader sense encompasses the Christian view of time and the future of the world, informing both one’s evangelism and ecclesiology. Failing to relate the eschatological dimension to discipleship leaves one with an incomplete worldview, imbalanced discipleship, and eventually, a tragic inability to model the Christian way of life. By answering questions like “What time is it?” and “Where is history going?” Trevin Wax helps Christians view the past, present, and future biblically, and shapes their understanding of following Jesus.
✏Book Title : Gospel Centered Teaching ✏Author : Trevin Wax ✏Publisher : B&H Publishing Group ✏Release Date : 2013 ✏Pages : 111 ✏ISBN : 9781433681721 ✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French GET BOOK
✏Gospel Centered Teaching Book Summary : A refreshing truth-over-technique call to small group leaders and Sunday school teachers to stay focused on continually reintroducing people to Jesus whose life and death changes everything.
✏Book Title : The Faith of the American Soldier ✏Author : Stephen Mansfield ✏Publisher : Penguin ✏Release Date : 2006-05-18 ✏Pages : 224 ✏ISBN : 9781101562819 ✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French GET BOOK
✏The Faith of the American Soldier Book Summary : What goes through the mind of an American warrior spiritually and religiously when facing the enemy? Treading where few books have gone, The Faith of the American Soldier examines the religious and spiritual issues in America's wars, and then considers what is lost to our military through a secular approach to battle. Special attention is paid to the current war in Iraq, where Mansfield reaches surprising conclusions about the need for structured faith on the battlefield-and how its absence contributes to catastrophes like those at Abu Ghraib prison.
✏Book Title : Daughters of 1968 ✏Author : Lisa Greenwald ✏Publisher : University of Nebraska Press ✏Release Date : 2019-01-01 ✏Pages : 426 ✏ISBN : 9781496207555 ✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French GET BOOK
✏Daughters of 1968 Book Summary : Daughters of 1968 is the story of French feminism between 1944 and 1981, when feminism played a central political role in the history of France. The key women during this epoch were often leftists committed to a materialist critique of society and were part of a postwar tradition that produced widespread social change, revamping the workplace and laws governing everything from abortion to marriage. The May 1968 events—with their embrace of radical individualism and antiauthoritarianism—triggered a break from the past, and the women’s movement split into two strands. One became universalist and intensely activist, the other particularist and less activist, distancing itself from contemporary feminism. This theoretical debate manifested itself in battles between women and organizations on the streets and in the courts. The history of French feminism is the history of women’s claims to individualism and citizenship that had been granted their male counterparts, at least in principle, in 1789. Yet French women have more often donned the mantle of particularism, adducing their contributions as mothers to prove their worth as citizens, than they have thrown it off, claiming absolute equality. The few exceptions, such as Simone de Beauvoir or the 1970s activists, illustrate the diversity and tensions within French feminism, as France moved from a corporatist and tradition-minded country to one marked by individualism and modernity.