Theology of Missions Paper

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Theology of Missions Paper

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Introduction------------------------------------------------------------------1 Encountering Missions in the Old and New Testament-----------1 Mission Theology----------------------------------------------------------4 Effecting the People-------------------------------------------------------4 Conclusion------------------------------------------------------------------5 Bibliography----------------------------------------------------------------6

Introduction
In today’s time the other main focus besides Jesus Christ is dealing with the concept of mission to where everybody focuses on it. There are many different definitions that have been expounded upon by scholars of the church or by people who have taken a great interest in seeing the word of God spread throughout the world to the lost. As we further explore the scriptures in the bible we can clearly see that God loves his people and he desires to see them not perish. In the book of John 3:16 (KJV) 16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. This is the strongest demonstration that God shows and teaches us. Through this we are compelled to put effort into learn the word of God so that we will be effective in sharing the word of God abroad to all the nation of the earth through missions. Encountering Missions in the Old and New Testament

The purpose of us reading the bible is for us to understand God and his intention for his creation on this earth through missions. “First, it presents the mission and purpose of God with great power and clarity and with universal implications for all humanity. Second, the Old Testament shaped the very nature of the mission of the New testament church, which, indeed, felt compelled to justify its mission practice...
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