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A Future and a Hope

Mission, Theological Education, and the Transformation of Post-Soviet Society

by Joshua T. Searle and Mykhailo Cherenkov

Foreword by Michael A. Bourdeaux

Afterword by Sergey N. Rakhuba

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

206 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.41 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781498202527
  • Published: December 2014

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  • 9781498202534
  • Published: December 2014

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  • 9781498202541
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After more than twenty years since the fall of the USSR, the evangelical movement in post-Soviet society has entered a crucial phase in its historical development. Setting out a transformative vision of mission and theological education, this book makes an important contribution towards the renewal of the church in this fascinating--but deeply troubled--part of the world. After the violent and disruptive events that followed the Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity and Freedom in 2013/14, the evangelical movement in post-Soviet society now has an unprecedented opportunity to become a shining example of a "church without walls." Searle and Cherenkov reflect on the political, social, cultural, and intellectual legacy of the Soviet Union and offer bold and innovative proposals on how the church can rediscover its prophetic voice by relinquishing its debilitating dependence on the state and, instead, expressing solidarity with the people in their legitimate aspirations for freedom and democracy. Notwithstanding the pessimism and lament expressed on many pages, the authors conclude on a positive note, predicting that the coming years will witness a flowering of evangelical ecumenism in action as Christian solidarity flourishes and overflows denominational boundaries and parochial interests.
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