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Lausanne Committee for world evangelization, consultation statement ‘deliver us from evil’, Nairobi 2000

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Spiritual conflict is an emerging, yet uneasy, frontier in taking the whole gospel to the whole world. Enthusiasm and concern rest side by side. Trying to come to grips with the many complex issues, thirty practitioners, missiologists, pastors and theologians gathered in Nairobi, Kenya from 16 to 22 August, 2000. Together the author discussed issues of spiritual conflict in a consultation, Deliver Us From Evil, convened by the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization and the Association of Evangelicals in Africa. The consultation objective was to seek a biblical and comprehensive understanding of 1) who the enemy is; 2) how he is working; and 3) how we can fight him in order to be most effective in the evangelization of all peoples.

Keywords: Lausanne Committee; Nairobi; World Evangelization



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