Nick Peters’ Review of “One Gospel for All Nations”

Thank you to Nick Peters who has written a kind review of One Gospel for All Nations.

Nick runs Deeper Waters, an excellent podcast that interviews a number of influence scholars and practitioners on a range of topics.

Concerning One Gospel for All Nations, he writes:

Wu’s book is an excellent resource for missionaries or for anyone serious about evangelism. After all, to do missionary work today, you don’t have to go to another country. You can find people of another culture in our own neighborhood and you can turn on your computer and find people of a different culture. Wu’s book is one to read to better understand how Scripture and culture should interact together.

Click here to read his review and check out his podcast.

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