Author: Cody C. Lorance
Category: Unreached People Groups, Diasporas, World Faiths
". . . There is no shortage of anecdotal evidence provided by Christian opponents of contextualization who may point to story after story of Hindus who decided to follow Christ even though the gospel was presented in what might be described as very “non-contextual” ways. I myself have heard such stories – including first-hand testimonies – dozens of times. And I have often been tempted to respond by seeking to provide counter-testimonies that seem to demonstrate the superior power of contextual methods to create converts. However, the underlying assumption of this kind of contest – that God prefers those mission methods, whatever they may be, that produce the most results— is false. . . "