Book Review: Revolution in World Missions

I’ve recently reviewed K.P Yohannan’s book Revolution in World Missions on Amazon.com.  Feel free to give me feedback or let me know if the review was somewhat helpful!

You can find my review here.

Enjoy!

Until Next Time,

Lyndon “The Armchair Reviewer that Tyndale House hates right now” Unger

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One thought on “Book Review: Revolution in World Missions

  1. Your initial post: Jan 31, 2013 10:21:44 AM PST
    Authentic Opinion Only, Please says:
    Interesting. At the website http://www.gfa.org/ there are these Worldwide Locations given for GFA offices: GFA International Offices: Australia, Canada, Finland, French, Germany, Korea, New Zealand, South Africa, Spanish and UK.

    At wikipedia.org, his birth year is listed as both 1950 and 1951. Also included in the wikipedia.org information is the following paragraph: “In his book Armies Of God: A Study In Militant Christianity, British-born, Malaysia-based academic Iain Buchanan has criticized K.P. Yohannan for welcoming the 2004 tsunami by calling it “one of the greatest opportunities God has given us to share His love with people”. According to Iain Buchanan, such evangelicals thrive on suffering and disaster.[12]”

    IF the statement made by Iain Buchanan is true, to my Biblical understanding, the statement attributed to K.P. Yohannan regarding welcoming the 2004 disaster would be Scripturally in-error, according to my Bible studies.

    Also of interest is the following link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Believers_Church containing information on the number of members to the church created by K.P. Yohannan.

    Very good review. With so many administrative offices worldwide, it would appear to the average reader K.P. Yohannan’s goals are in-process and being reached, also according to wikipedia.org in India alone he has authored over 200 books.

    This would lead one to conclude why the book was necessary to write, yet it is duly noted the publication date was in 2008.

    Thanks for another insightful, thought-provoking literary review. The additional information is provided for anyone’s review, as I like to research the background of this sort of topic.

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