Bulletin Faculty Edition: Mission: Sesquicentennial and Centenario Vol. 103 No. 4 October 1987 (Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary)

By: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

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Good Condition: 9 pages show underlining otherwise unmarked. Intact tight binding. Minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Used soft cover pamphlet type back issue published by the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (Austin, Texas) titled Bulletin Faculty Edition: Mission: Sesquicentennial and Centenario (150th anniversary of the formation of the Board of Foreign Missions in 1837, 100th anniversary of the beginning of teh Presbyterian work among Mexican Americans.). Volume 103, Number 4, October 1987. 76 pages. 6 x 9 inches, 23 cm. Included in this issue: All Things New: Foundational Theses on World Mission (Alan E. Lewis); Trends Shaping Global Mission (Clifton Kirkpatrick); Ethical Issues of the Mission of the Church (Ismael Garcia); Looking at the Hispanic Ministry in 1987 (Frank Diaz); The Presbyterian Community in Zaire: from Luebo to Luebo (Gary L. Coppedge); Is Ecumenism Still Possible in Europe Today? (Glen Garfield Williams); Mission as a Context for Preaching (Robert M. Shelton).Always! Free Standard Shipping in USA!

Title: Bulletin Faculty Edition: Mission: Sesquicentennial and Centenario Vol. 103 No. 4 October 1987 (Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary)

Author/Composer: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Categories: Magazine Back Issues,

Publisher: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary: 1987

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good

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Type: Softcover

Seller ID: 012394

Keywords: Professional Journals, Magazine Back Issues, Presbyterial Missions Mexican Americans, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Alan E Lewis, Clifton Kirkpatrick, Ismael Garcia, Frank Diaz, Gary L Coppedge, Glen Garfield Williams, Robert M Shelton, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary,