BIBLICAL HISPANIC DISCIPLESHIP

What do people with a Hispanic heritage and Roman Catholic background need to learn from the Bible,

In this book, the author seeks to answer the question, what do people with a Hispanic heritage and Roman Catholic background need to learn from the Bible, after they receive Jesus Christ as Savior, to become a committed disciple?

Order Now!
About the Book

In this book, the author seeks to answer the question, what do people with a Hispanic heritage and Roman Catholic background need to learn from the Bible, after they receive Jesus Christ as Savior, to become a committed disciple? By utilizing a catechism approach of questions and answers, this book will look at Catholic dogmas that are based on traditions and not on the Scriptures. The objective of this book is to involve Hispanics in a biblically centered and culturally contextualize discipleship that will enable them to be well-informed and spiritually active members of a church that honors the Lord and follows His teachings.

Details
Author:
Series: Church Planting
Tags: Catholicism, Theology
ASIN: B0D2653JCX
ISBN: 9798879232134
List Price: 20.00
Order Now
Buy from Amazon
About the Author
Dr. Daniel R. Sanchez

Daniel R. Sanchez (D.Min. from Fuller Theological Seminary and D.Phil. from Oxford Centre for Mission Studies) has served as missionary in Panama and the United States. He lectures worldwide leading workshops and seminars on various topics related to missions including intercultural issues, founding congregations, contextualization, and ministering in Roman Catholic cultures. He also served in congregational ministry and as a professor of missions at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

Dr. Daniel R. Sánchez has served as Professor of Missions at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Texas for more than twenty five years. He also ministered as a church planter, pastor, missionary in Guatemala and Panama , and Director of Missions. Dr. Sanchez holds the Master of Divinity from Southwestern Seminary, the Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary, and the Doctor of Philosophy from the Oxford Centre for Missions studies in England. Sanchez has His ministry has ministered in more than fifty countries preaching, teaching, courses, and conducting workshops. His interest in worldviews as a prerequisite for effective ministry clearly shows in his thesis at Oxford: “An Interdisciplinary Approach to Theological Contextualization With Special Reference to Hispanic Americans”. This interest is also reflected in some of the books he has written such as: Church: Growth and Culture, Hispanic Realities, Sharing The Good News With Roman Catholics, Gospel in the Rosary, and Starting Reproducing Churches. (These books are available through www.churchplanting.net or www.sembrariglesias.net)

Preview
Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in the page above are "affiliate links." This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."