Liberating News: A Theology of Contextual Evangelization
Wipf and Stock Publishers, 1989 - 182 pages
This book approaches the topic of contextual evangelization from the standpoint of "the poor, the powerless, and the oppressed." It is, as Orlando Costas explains, "written against the backdrop of the radical evangelical tradition in dialogue with other streams of the larger ecumenical church."
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