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Paul the Missionary: Realities, Strategies and Methods

Schnabel, Eckhard J.
InterVarsity Press (US)
2008-10-13
PB ?| 6 x 9 x 0 Inch| 0.8 kg| 518 pages| ISBN 9780830828876
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저자의 magnum opus이자 1세기 기독교 선교 운동에 대한 가장 완벽하며 권위 있는 연구라 할 수 있는 두 권짜리 방대한 저작 Early Christian Mission(IVP)을 한 권으로 압축한 책. 학생들과 기독교 선교 사역 관련자들이 이 책을 통해 선교사 바울의 선교 전략과 방법을 공부할 수 있도록 했다. 저자는 먼저 바울의 선교 사역, 곧 그가 직면했던 현실들과 그가 사용했던 전략과 방법들에 초점을 맞추고 나서, 광범위한 고대 문헌들과 현대의 학문적 성과를 취합하여 적용하면서 선교사 바울에 대한 우리의 이해를 명료하게 할뿐만 아니라 우리의 지식을 확장시켜주고 그에 대한 잘못된 개념들을 바로잡아주고 있다. 마지막 장에서 저자는 바울의 선교 방법론과 실제의 빛 아래서 오늘날의 기독교 선교에 대한 내용을 비추어 보고 있다. 거의 한 세기 전의 Roland Allen의 고전적 작품 Missionary Methods: St. Paul's or Ours? (Eerdmans, <바울의 선교 vs. 우리의 선교>, 한국 IVP 역간)와 마찬가지로 Schnabel의 이 책은 칭찬과 비판 모두 제공하고 있다. 바울의 선교에 대한 열정을 탐구하고자 시간을 바치는 이들에게 이 마지막 장은 충분한 보상과 읽어볼 만한 가치가 있는 장이 될 것이다. BK


Eckhard Schnabel's two-volume Early Christian Mission is widely recognized as the most complete and authoritative contemporary study of the first-century Christian missionary movement. Now in Paul the Missionary Schnabel condenses volume two of the set, drawing on his research to provide a manageable study for students of Paul as well as students and practitioners of Christian mission today.

Schnabel first focuses the spotlight on Paul's missionary work--the realities he faced, and the strategies and methods he employed. Applying his grasp of the wide range of ancient sources and of contemporary scholarship, he clarifies our understanding, expands our knowledge and corrects our misconceptions of Paul the missionary.

In a final chapter Schnabel shines the recovered light of Paul's missionary methods and practices on Christian mission today. Much like Roland Allen's classic Missionary Methods: St. Paul's or Ours? of nearly a century ago, Schnabel offers both praise and criticism. For those who take the time to immerse themselves in the world of Paul's missionary endeavor, this final chapter will be both rewarding and searching.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Abbreviations
List of Figures

Introduction
1. Missionary Strategies and Methods: Defining Terms
2. The Task of Missionary Work: Describing Goals
3. Missionary Methods as a Problem: Finding Solutions
4. Descriptive and Normative Readings: Hermeneutical Clarifications

1. The Missionary Work of the Apostle Paul
1.1 Paul, Apostle to Jews and Gentiles: Conversion and Call
1.2 Paul and Jerusalem
1.3 Paul in Arabia, Jerusalem, Cilicia and Syria
1.4 Paul on Cyprus and in Galatia
1.5 Paul in Macedonia and Achaia
1.6 Paul in the Province of Asia
1.7 Paul in Illyricum, Caesarea, Rome, Spain, Crete and Rome

2 The Missionary Task According to Paul's Letters
2.1 The Letter to the Galatian Christians
2.2 The Letters to the Christians in Macedonia: Thessalonians and Philippians
2.3 The Letters to the Christians in Achaia: Corinthians
2.4 The Letter to the Christians in the City of Rome
2.5 The Letters to the Christians in Asia: Colossians and Ephesians
2.6 The Letters to Coworkers: Timothy and Titus
2.7 The Apostle as Missionary, Pastor and Theologian

3 The Missionary Message of the Apostle Paul
3.1 Preaching Before Jewish Audiences
3.2 Preaching Before Gentile Audiences
3.3 Explaining the Gospel in Civic Settings
3.4 Ideological Confrontation: The Proclamation of Jesus Messiah and Kyrios
3.5 Cultural Confrontation: The Explication of the Gospel
3.6 Pastoral Consolidation: Encouragement for the Followers of Jesus
3.7 Apologetic Confrontation: The Defense of the Gospel

4. The Missionary Goals of the Apostle Paul
4.1 Preaching the Gospel
4.2 Preaching the Gospel to Jews and to Gentiles
4.3 Geographical Movement
4.4 Conversion of Individuals
4.5 Establishing Communities of Followers of Jesus
4.6 Teaching New Converts
4.7 Training New Missionaries

5. The Missionary Methods of the Apostle Paul
5.1 Cities, Regions and Provinces
5.2 Synagogues, Marketplaces, Lecture Halls, Workshops and Private Houses
5.3 Ethnic Identity, Class and Culture
5.4 Establishing Contact as a Public Speaker
5.5 The Persuasiveness of the Message: The Problem of Rhetoric
5.6 The Credibility of the Messenger
5.7 Explanations for Missionary Success

6. The Task of Missionary Work in the Twenty-First Century
6.1 The Calling and Sending of Missionaries
6.2 The Content of Missionary Proclamation
6.3 The Proclamation of the Gospel and Church Planting
6.4 The Teaching of the Followers of Jesus
6.5 The Purpose and the Work of the Local Church
6.6 The Challenge of Culture
6.7 The Power of God

Bibliography
References Index
Author Index
Subject Index
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LaBible's Review

"Following his landmark volume Early Christian Mission, Schnabel has written an equally useful volume on the missionary work, message and method of the apostle Paul. This work will prove invaluable to all serious students of Scripture and in particular to all missionary practitioners. A former missionary to the Philippines, Schnabel brings to this task the mind of a first-rate New Testament scholar and the heart of a disciple committed to help fulfill the Great Commission. Fittingly, the volume is dedicated to Peter O'Brien, who has likewise contributed significantly to the scholarly exploration of the Pauline mission. Highly recommended!"

-Andreas J. K?stenberger, founder of BIBLICAL FOUNDATIONS?, editor of Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, and professor of New Testament and director of Ph.D. studies, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

"While Professor Schnabel modestly claims merely to bring some of the benefits of the last one hundred years of New Testament and Greco-Roman sociological insights to Roland Allen's work, he does so much more. Here is the new textbook for mission methodology. While technically limited to Paul, Schnabel covers the vital topics: goals, message, methods. The missions classroom has long needed this resource. Current and aspiring missionaries will benefit from what this scholar/missionary/teacher has to say."

-E. Randolph Richards, dean, School of Ministry, Palm Beach Atlantic University

"In this magisterial work Schnabel carefully and thoroughly plumbs the New Testament data to develop a comprehensive picture of Paul's approach to mission. His understanding of Paul as a missionary together with his application to selected issues in contemporary missiology provides an invaluable foundation for evaluating our contemporary approaches to mission ranging from the influence of cultural values (such as effectiveness and efficiency) to the lastest fads (from church growth to people group thinking to communication theory to short-term missions). Missionaries and missiologists alike owe Schnabel our thanks for this penetrating work which will play a significant role in missions studies for years to come."

-A. Scott Moreau, professor of intercultural studies, Wheaton College, and editor, Evangelical Missions Quarterly
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