Reading Romans at Ground Level
Many pastors in the provincial towns and rural villages of Malawi struggle to find practical relevance in the letter to the Romans. This book uses field research to characterize pastoral ministry and shows that Malawian pastors mostly use individual verses from Paul’s letter within inductive needs-driven sermons or gospel calls for conversion. A three-horizon contextual approach is used to investigate how the letter might be applied biblically to address contemporary African socio-cultural and pastoral issues.
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