The Practice of Mission in Egypt


Most of the historical mission studies focus on the work of Western missionaries going to Majority World countries. Few studies have examined the indigenous churches and their relationship with Western mission agencies in practising missions. This book is a historical study of the interaction between the American Presbyterian Mission and the Evangelical Church in Egypt.

About the Author

Rev. Dr. Tharwat Wahba is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical (Presbyterian) Church of Egypt. Dr Wahba received his PhD from London School of Theology, UK and is now Professor of Mission and Evangelism and the Chair of the Mission Department in the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo, Egypt. He worked as a staff member and campus director with Campus Crusade for Christ in Egypt for twelve years. Currently, he is Chairman of the Pastoral and Outreach Ministries Council of the Presbyterian Church of Egypt.

Book Information


ISBN: 9781783681037

Category: Academic

Region: Middle East, World

Publishing Date: 2016-05-31

Number of pages: 382


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