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Dogma and Diversity - Robert Calvert (Part 2)

Author: Robert Calvert
Date: 20.10.2010
Category: Truth and Pluralism

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Robert Calvert summarizes five responses of the Church to pluralism. He provides some examples of effective ministry at the personal, church and city levels.

(See Robert Calvert Part (1)

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Keywords: pluralism, effective ministry, church response, Robert Calvert, Cape Town 2010

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How can I find out what book Robert Calvert was drawing from when he mentioned Wilbert Shenk (sp?) and Five responses Protestants make to culture?
It starts at minute 2:40 of his talk labeled paper 1 under Doggma & Diversity.

I’ve been to another page that has multiple notes for his talk(s) but I can’t find it.

http://conversation.lausanne.org/en/conversations/detail/10555#article_page_5


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