Professor Conn drives home the need for a radical reevaluation of our Western models for theology and missions. The rise of non-Western and multi-racial theologies and the changes in our understanding of language, culture, and religions force upon us the realization of the inadequacy of our ethnocentric, abstracting approach to theology and missions.
About the Author
Harvie M. Conn was Professor of Missions at Westminster Theological Seminary. He received his BD and ThM degrees from Westminster Seminary and for three years pursued postgraduate studies at Temple University.