2 thoughts on ““Why I Don’t Believe in Incarnational Mission”

  1. Tim said:

    My fear is that a focus on being incarnational sometimes focuses on ‘how can I be like these people’.

    Most of the people that I have heard using the term don’t really think this way. It is more a question of ‘how can I be with these people’. While we live incarnationally among the world, we represent an alternative kingdom in their midst.

    Withdrawal and separation isn’t the answer. Neither is overcontextualization. Incarnation represents a way of being sent without abandoning our unique identity as the people of God.

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