Can Evangelicals Truly Save the World?

How Seven Philosophical and Religious Movements are Growing

By William Wagner, Mark Wagner

Can Evangelicals Truly Save the World?

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  • ISBN: 9781725251793
  • Pages: 110
  • Publication Date: 9/27/2019
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Can Evangelicals Truly Save the World?

How Seven Philosophical and Religious Movements are Growing

By William Wagner, Mark Wagner

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  • ISBN: 9781725251793
  • Pages: 110
  • Publication Date: 9/27/2019
  • Retail Price: $15.00
Web Price: $12.00
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About-

As we look at the growth of the Christian Church in today’s world, there is reason for both optimism and pessimism. In the developing world there is both an enthusiasm and a real growth while in many parts of the Western world the church seems to be in decline. However there are some religious groups and movements that are experiencing growth. The Authors of this book attempt to study seven of today’s movements to see why some are growing while others are either stagnant or declining. As we plan for the future it is important that we understand the dynamics of growth so as to be able to carry out the Great Commission of the Lord Jesus Christ and that is “To make disciples of all nations”.

Contributors-

William Wagner
Mark Wagner

Bio(s)-

William Wagner (ThD, University of South Africa, DMiss, Fuller Theological Seminary) is the founding Director of the Olivet Institute for Global Strategic Studies and a professor of Missions at Olivet University. He served for thirty-one years as a missionary to Europe and the Middle East. He was elected to be the Second Vice President of the Southern Baptist Convention for a year. He has written five books and helped found two theological seminaries in Europe and one International University.

Mark Wagner (PhD and MDiv, Southwestern Baptist Seminary, BA Baylor University) works with the International Mission Board in Europe. He is Director of the PhD Program for Olivet University and serves on many Christian Boards in both Europe and the USA He is both a Church planter and an author. He presently lives in Germany with his family.

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