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It can be a difficult read (his flow is a bit circular at times), but the content is WELL worth the effort.
I highly recommend this book for any Christians who want to impact the modern Western culture in a significant way, yet have struggled to make effective progress.
In service to the world, then, Christians must offer their vision of the good life as the truth which should guide individuals and their institutions.
Had to read this book as part of a core curriculum at a Christian University. The book managed to be the driest, most boring, and yet most idiotic book I have ever had to read for... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Alex
Very enlightening way to spend a very cold day. Newbigin always has given me new ways of understanding old concepts.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
I highly recommend this book for any Christians who want to impact the modern Western culture in a significant way, yet have struggled to make effective progress. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Joseph Dindinger
It had lots of writing in the margins and highlights which I did it appreciate but I guess that can be expected when it's that cheapPublished 16 months ago by Angus Trotter
Although written in 1984, Newbigin's comments are as relevant today as they were then. His insights about doing church in a secular culture still challenge us.Published 23 months ago by Ircel Harrison
In Lesslie Newbigin’s book Foolishness to the Greeks: The Gospel and Western Culture, he lays out what he believes to be the best way to reach western culture with the gospel, by... Read morePublished on April 17, 2013 by Zachary Jacob Games
That's my own personal take on the late LN. He served in India for over 30 years as much more than just a missionary, although that would be enough. Read morePublished on February 13, 2013 by drdon