In this article, Milton Fisher discusses one of the most lively issues in missiology: the issue of contextualization. Fisher maintains that biblical presuppositions must drive our missions policies and procedures. He states, “Biblical theology teaches us that God’s revelation of Himself was always intrusive and corrective (to put it mildly) of what was existent on the human scene.” Fisher encourages wisdom in the wholesale acceptance of new trends in missions and encourages the reader to look to Scripture as the source of missions methodology.
“Contextualization” In Biblical Context
from the Journal of Biblical Counseling 3:1 | 1979