Menantang Paradigma Misi Kristen yang Bersifat Kognitif-Proposisional dengan Mengembangkan Pengetahuan Historis Misi
Keywords:Christian mission, cognitive-propositional, history of Christian mission, George A. Lindbeck
Mission, a basic facet of Christianity, has been deployed in many different ways. One strategy has been by means of violence, rooted as this approach has been in a cognitive-propositional mode of thinking. In this article, I show the importance of maintaining a historical understanding of mission, in order to challenge certain realizations of Christian mission-driven by such a cognitive-propositional paradigm. This article appropriates aspects of George A. Lindbeck’s thought, in order to explain the characteristics of the cognitive-propositional paradigm and its implications for Christian mission.
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