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Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally, Second Edition (utgåvan 1991)

av David J. Hesselgrave (Författare)

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This revised edition of Dr. David Hesselgrave's great work Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally updates the original edition and interacts with the most recent literature on this increasingly important topic. The original edition went through fifteen printings and, very deservedly, has come to be one of the most widely used textbooks on Christian cross-cultural communications. The revisions in this new edition are extensive and carry on the high level of discussion maintained throughout the original edition, taking into account, for example, the current discussion on the relationship between form and function and the enormous body of literature that has sprung up recently on contextualization. To enhance the volume's usefulness for students, Dr. Hesselgrave has added an extensive bibliography of twenty-five pages on various aspects of cross-cultural communications. This revision of Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally is superb. It raises a great book into a unique category, undoubtedly the finest book on this topic available today.… (mer)
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Titel:Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally, Second Edition
Författare:David J. Hesselgrave (Författare)
Info:Zondervan Academic (1991), Edition: 2, 672 pages
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A fantastic primer on the challenges of communicating the Gospel in cultures which find it foreign.

The author systematically explores communication in all its forms: what it is, rhetoric and communication, the science of communication, meaning, the role of culture in communication, Christ vs. culture, contextualization in culture, paradigms of cross-cultural communication, respondents, worldviews and exploration of different types of worldviews, cognitive processes and differences among cognitive processes in different cultures, language, its forms, and how languages communicate, behaviors and how they communicate, social structures and how they influence communication, the use of media, and how to persuade and encourage.

The author does a fantastic job at conveying the challenges of communication, and even though he often has "foreign" evangelism in mind, as American cultural perspectives and worldviews continue to diverge from a Biblical basis, the same principles need to now be used when communicating the Gospel in America as well. The second edition is from 1991, which means the original was somewhat earlier, and it shows; the way the author speaks of various groups would be jarring to culturally sensitive persons today and the rampant spread of globalization over the past 25 years might reduce the force of some of his examples or illustrations, but nevertheless there remains so much in this book to consider, reflect upon, and apply in practice.

An immensely useful resource for those who wish to communicate the Gospel message. ( )
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This revised edition of Dr. David Hesselgrave's great work Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally updates the original edition and interacts with the most recent literature on this increasingly important topic. The original edition went through fifteen printings and, very deservedly, has come to be one of the most widely used textbooks on Christian cross-cultural communications. The revisions in this new edition are extensive and carry on the high level of discussion maintained throughout the original edition, taking into account, for example, the current discussion on the relationship between form and function and the enormous body of literature that has sprung up recently on contextualization. To enhance the volume's usefulness for students, Dr. Hesselgrave has added an extensive bibliography of twenty-five pages on various aspects of cross-cultural communications. This revision of Communicating Christ Cross-Culturally is superb. It raises a great book into a unique category, undoubtedly the finest book on this topic available today.

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