The Hidden Christ: Taking the Gospel into the World
by Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt
Publisher: The Plough Publishing House 2007
Number of pages: 74
These letters from Blumhardt to his son-in-law, a missionary in China, turn the traditional concept of Christian mission on its head. For Blumhardt, the gospel of Jesus Christ has nothing to do with religion. There is no need to bring Christianity to people. What they need is the good news Jesus promised -- liberty for the oppressed and help for the poor.
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