作 者 /發 行 / 郝安倫， Alain R. Haudenschild
協助出版/活石文化事業有限公司，台北市光復南路 505 號11 樓之4Prof. Dr. Stephen Chiang writes about this book:
|The four church traditions aiming for one goal|
The book compares the LORDs Great Commission with its original intent on the background of its development in all major cultures and traditional church rites, including Taiwan in its early mission history from a new global angle. The more than 700 footnotes, 60 maps, 30 historical tablets, 19 photographs and two graphics quickly familiarizes the reader with key events and used mission ministry methods. With its multilingual bibliography the author attracts learners to study Christian cultures with their impact for mission - and church ministries. In a time in the Chinese Christian world where we shift to cross-cultural mission ministries this book integrates key biblical teaching in the missiological developments of Christian denominations in their cultures of ministry from a new perspective. Apart from the interesting research material, the author provides historical and missiological insights in a timely fashion to encourage leaders for background research in the World of Chinese missiology. I warmly recommend it to everyone who intends to prepare for any type of missions in the Chinese and none-Chinese world.
中國社會科學院，哲學研究所，東方文化研究中心，台灣文化研究部門Prof. Dr. Stephen W. Chiang 江萬里，博士/教授SR.PhD.
About the Author:
As a Swiss Rev. Dr. Alain Haudenschild (DMin) and his family spent many years in church-planting and special ministries in Taiwan with SEND International. – When he joined the Global Mission Centre of Chinese Christian Evangelistic Association in 2002 in Taipei as part of his responsibility to promote cross-cultural missions he was busy with mission research, the translating of mission information, e-publishing and the writing and teaching of mission courses. On his heart are the unreached people groups in Taiwan. Reportedly many know him from his blog- or book publications about the Taiwan Expatriate Caring Committee’s (TECC) church- planting efforts among the grossly neglected Thai-, Vietnamese-, Indonesian- and Filipino- migrants in Taiwan. He earned his M.A. degree at Akademie für Weltmission, at Korntal, Germany(2003), where his first thesis about the Hakka in Taiwan, another unreached people group, was rewarded with the George W. Peters Promotional Price. His M.Div thesis (TTS, Taipei, 2011) was regarding biblically contextualized church-planting in a non-Christian environment. For orders: