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Mission as Dialogue

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This Forum Paper argues along with Michael Amaladoss and Paul Knitter that the practice of interreligious dialogue, while not replacing the duty of proclamation of the gospel, is an essential part of Christian mission. As the church moves from an "ecclesiocentric" understanding of salvation to an understanding shaped by the Reign of God, it recognizes that dialogue is the way that the church fulfills its mission in a non-Christian or pluralistic environment. Christians need to partner with other believers for the sake of God's Reign while witnessing by their lives and commitment to the truth to the power of the gospel and the love of God in Jesus Christ.


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Affiliations: 1: Ishvani Kendra, an institute of missiology and communications in Pune, India


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