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In a guest blog post, Levi Booth thinks about the best way people can support his mission work in Japan.
In less than a month I will fly out from Heathrow to begin my first term working with OMF in Japan. As my departure date draws closer (at a fairly worrying speed) I am thinking through ways that people in the UK can partner with me. Most of what I have thought of is nothing new – prayers, letters, Skype calls, care packages (Percy Pig and extra mature cheddar head up the list in case you were interested).
But there is one way you can partner with missionaries like me in Japan that perhaps you hadnít thought of. You can battle false teaching in the UK.
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Dan Strange, Oak Hill's Academic Vice Principal and Tutor in Culture, Religion and Public Theology has just had a book published with Apollos, the academic imprint of IVP.
Dan, what's the book called and what's it about?
The book is called, For Their Rock is Not as Our Rock: An evangelical theology of religions. The 'theology of religions' is that part of theology which asks what human religion and religions are from the perspective of the Christian faith. My book is trying to answer that question as an evangelical, so in other words, what does the Bible as a whole say about other religions, their nature, origin, development and purpose? The book isn't looking specifically at one religion in particular, but rather giving a comprehensive theological framework to interpet all human religiosity.
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The Winter 2013/14 edition of Commentary focuses on issues
surrounding the always
difficult task of being in the
world, but not of it. Read here
 
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