Who Do We Think We Are?: Culture and Change

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In Book Two, Who Do We Think We Are?, Dr. Coy explores and analyzes the American mission field itself, drawing key missiological implications and applications related to:•an understanding of the good, the bad, and the neutral in culture;•radical change and learning how to respond;•the complex character and nature of America;•our avoidance of fear, boredom, and loneliness; and•misunderstandings of freedom and an exposure of American idols.Many books dissect and analyze America.

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In Facing the Change, a missional church trilogy, Terry Coy explores the rapid cultural, demographic, political, and economic changes in the American mission field. His purpose is not only to diagnose and analyze but also to offer practical advice for living missionally as the people of God in an increasingly challenging environment.In Book One, Who Do People Say That I Am?, he tackled much of the confusion in America about Jesus Christ, offering a clear biblical alternative. In Book Two, Who Do We Think We Are?, Dr. Coy explores and analyzes the American mission field itself, drawing key missiological implications and applications related to:•an understanding of the good, the bad, and the neutral in culture;•radical change and learning how to respond;•the complex character and nature of America;•our avoidance of fear, boredom, and loneliness; and•misunderstandings of freedom and an exposure of American idols.Many books dissect and analyze America. Few do so through a consistent missiological lens with missional living in mind. With the Christological foundation established in Book One, this Book Two clarifies the nature and the challenges of the mission field. Both look forward to Book Three, What Are We Going To Do?, which will offer practical advice for missional engagement.