Whole and Reconciled
Gospel, Church, and Mission in a Fractured World
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"A beautiful book"
"Good missiology comes from the systematic reflection of Christians involved in mission. This book shows Tizon's ability to process missiologically a variety of sources and turn them into a clear didactic piece, ideal as a textbook."
--Samuel Escobar, Palmer Theological Seminary; Facultad Protestante de Teología UEBE, Madrid, Spain
"In our current Western Christian historical moment, we are witnessing the final violent throes of a Christendom gone awry. A new biblical, theological vision is needed. Missiologist par excellence Al Tizon brings us insight and challenges befitting his interdisciplinary academic skills."
--Soong-Chan Rah, North Park Theological Seminary; author of The Next Evangelicalism and Prophetic Lament
"A powerful, much-needed exhortation to those who want to pursue holistic ministry but may be unsure how. Tizon writes with insights won from years on the front lines. He points us to the oft-neglected importance of reconciliation in ways that will inspire and challenge both new and seasoned practitioners alike!"
--Nikki Toyama-Szeto, executive director, Evangelicals for Social Action
"Tizon's wide reading, careful and balanced thinking, rich theology, and readable style are evidence of a faith-filled, dedicated search to finding new ways to talk about mission in his covenantal, evangelical tradition. A beautiful book, and one that deserves to be read, discussed, and savored by anyone who thinks about or engages in mission."
--Stephen Bevans, SVD, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago
"With an exciting combination of robust biblical theology together with constant authenticating illumination from his own experience in multiple contexts around the world, Tizon has woven a superbly convincing case that Christian mission is intrinsically and inescapably holistic, that all our mission must be integrated around the centrality of the biblical gospel of Christ and the imperative of making it known, and that such integral mission must include reconciliation at its core. His searching critique of some shameful forms of historical mission activity, along with his exposure of false gospels and half gospels, makes uncomfortable but necessary reading, which is happily far outweighed by the rich biblical teaching that follows."
--Christopher J. H. Wright, Langham Partnership; author of The Mission of God and The Mission of God's People
"Tizon brings us boldly and passionately to the wonderful intersection of missiology and reconciliation theology. The deep missional dive and practical insights of this resource bring the needed framework for transformation in a broken and divided world."
--Efrem Smith, copastor, Bayside Church Midtown; author of Killing Us Softly
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