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Publication Date: 1 Sep 2007
Format: Paperback
Publisher: SPCK
Page Count: 128
Author: David Smith
ISBN-13: 9780281059096

Moving Towards Emmaus

Hope In A Time Of Uncertainty
By David Smith
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For Christians, the retreat from Jerusalem after the crucifixion and the loss of hope of the two walkers to Emmaus seems to parallel so many aspects of the post-Christendom context, and helps to make sense of what is otherwise baffling for many.
About the Author
David Smith was co-director of the Whitefield Institute in Oxford before taking up his present post as lecturer in Mission and World Christianity at the International Christian College in Glasgow. He previously served as a missionary in West Africa for several years. His books include Transforming the World: The Social Impact of British Evangelicalism, Crying in the Wilderness (both Paternoster Press), Mission After Christendom (D.L.T.,) and Against the Stream: Christianity and mission in an age of globalization (I.V.P.).

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