Salt, Light, and a City: Ecclesiology for the Global Missional Community: Volume 2, Majority World Voices
Lisa Rodriguez Watson, Ruth Padilla DeBorst, Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Brooke Prentis.
Hosted by Sarah Bacaller.
“Graham Joseph Hill is for me one of the leading voices of global Christianity and his approach is to bring diverse voices to the table for a conversation. Many talk diversity but their diversity becomes colonializing of the diverse voices into a single noise, but Hill has a capacity to bring these alternative voices to the table and let them speak their theology in their language. Having listened and listened, Hill then offers salient insights into the kind of
unity and ‘conformity’ that God is accomplishing in our world.”
—Scot McKnight, Professor of New Testament, Northern Seminary
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