Chapters in this book discuss the work and thought of its pioneer missionary, Anthony Norris Groves, as well as other aspects of missiology important for Brethren mission. Other essays move throughout the world’s continents and trace aspects of the history of Brethren mission. They deal with themes that have come to prominence in recent writing on mission, such as the role of female missionaries, issues of enculturation, and the tensions that can arise between foreign missionaries and indigenous Christians. The essays give a sense of the strengths and difficulties in the Brethren encounter with peoples, countries, and cultures.

Edited by Neil Dickson and Tom Marinello

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