Category: Fé no Mundo, Mídia & Tecnologia
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Os Guinness speaks of globalization as the greatest challenge and great opportunity for the church since the apostles. He provides an overview of Evangelical responses and suggests three global tasks for the church.
Ehab Al Kaharat, an Egyptian Psychiatrist and Preacher, looks at two faces of globalization in the form of HIV/AIDS and illicit drugs. He tells stories of Christian influence and transformation of lives amid these widespread problems.
Bishop Cyril Okorocha of Nigeria points to globalization as a form of worldliness in the church and suggests some paths to the renewal of African Christianity in a globalized world.
American theologian David Wells addresses the impact of technology, religious difference, cultural diversity and consumerism on discipleship. Os Guinness concludes with reflections on globalization and mission.