BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WINTER ARTICLES ON “THE CHALLENGE OF THE EVIL ONE”

September 11, 2018

 

 

Editorial Comment on GCOWE 1997, What about the evidence of “destructive” intelligent design? (1997) (Mission Frontiers July-August).

 

Editorial on “hideous strength”; cancer (1997) (Mission Frontiers, March-April).

 

Editorial Comment on evil (1998) (Mission Frontiers, Jan.-Feb).

 

Horizon Seven: Microscopic Spiritual Warfare; Massive Blind Spot (1998) (Mission Frontiers, Sept.-Dec.).


A Blindspot in Western Christianity? (1999) (Foundations Reader, 319-22).

 

Basic Concepts (2000) (Frontiers in Mission, 26-27).

 

Editorial on confronting evil (2001) (Mission Frontiers, June).

 

Editorial on wife’s last illness (2001) (Mission Frontiers, November-December).

 

The Most Prominent and Yet Unresolved Issue in Western Civilization in the Last Two Centuries: Its Meaning for Mission (2001) (Frontiers in Mission, 218-19).

 

Origin of Evil and Mission (2001) (Frontiers in Mission, 195-234).

 

Theologizing Prehistory: Implications for Mission (2001) (Foundations Reader, 323-28).

 

Basic (Recent) Insights (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 237-38).

 

Causes of Death in USA (2002?) (Frontiers in Mission, 185)

 

How should we deal with the phenomenon of disease? (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 173-74).

 

The Instrumentalities of God (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 239).

 

Significance of Pre-Adamic Evil (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 223-27).

 

The Story of Our Planet (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 249-70; Foundations Reader, 351-71).

 

Making Sense to Today’s Scientists (2003) (Foundations Reader, 303-07).

 

Roberta Winter Institute Explanation (2003). (Frontiers in Mission, 177-80).

 

Where Darwin Scores Higher than Intelligent Design (2003) (IJFM 20:4, 113-16).

 

Beyond Unreached Peoples (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 186-87)

 

The Comprehensive Story—a Brief Statement of a Trial Perspective (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 244).

 

Editorial on other frontiers: evil, science, disease (2004) (Mission Frontiers, Jan.-Feb.).

 

Evolved or Involved? (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 245-47)

 

The Greatest Mistake in Missions (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 164-66).

 

In Pursuit of the Full Gospel (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 167).

 

Beyond Transformation: An Ancient Syncretism as a Handicap to a “Public Theology” (2005) (Frontiers in Mission, 279 ff.).

 

The Bible and Saving Faith (Seminar, June 1, 2005). From audio CAS1026.

 

Book Notes: Life and Death of Animal Species; Evolution, Young Planet; Anthropology of Evil (2005) (IJFM 22:3).

 

Planetary events and the Mission of the Church (Donald McClure Lectureship, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Ralph D. Winter, Monday, October 3-4, 2005) (Frontiers in Mission, 286-307).

 

Twelve Frontiers of Perspective (2005) (Foundations Reader, 267-81).

 

Editorial Comment on fighting evil (2006) (Mission Frontiers, Sept.-Oct.).

 

Overview of the Mysteries (2006) (Foundations Reader, 37-40).

 

The Unfinished Epic (2006) (Frontier in Mission, 317-26).

 

Editorial Comment on Slavery (2007) (Mission Frontiers July-August).

 

Introduction (2007) (Foundations Lecture 1)


Seizing the Future (2007) (Foundations Lecture #20).


A Summary of Ralph D. Winter’s Warfare Missiology. Compiled by Beth Snodderly. (2007) (Foundations Reader, 33-35).


Twelve Mistakes of the West (“To the New Asian Society of Missiology”) (2007) (Foundations Reader, 247-51).

 

When God Doesn’t Make Sense (2007) (Frontiers in Mission, 171-72).

 

The Biggest Trend in Global Mission (2008). (Evangelical and Frontier Mission Perspectives on the Global Progress of the Gospel, 267-73).

 

Frontier #1: Restoring God’s Glory (2008) (Foundations Lecture #19).

 

The Gospels and Christ: A Global Perspective (2008) (Foundations Lecture #7).

 

Prayer Log Entry: Why Fight Evil (date unknown).

 

Random Quotes Compiled by Beth, various dates, in chronological order.

 

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This list is part of a series of bibliographies for most of the articles by Ralph Winter that relate to his "Twelve Frontiers of Perspective." I have grouped together some of his original "frontiers of perspective" into the following list of bibliographies:

 

Unreached Peoples

 

The Great Commission and Abraham

 

From the Unfinished Task to Finishable

 

Historical and Radical Contextualization

 

Reverse Contextualization of Our Own Tradition

 

The Religion of Science

 

Reclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom 

 

The Fullness of the Kingdom

 

The Challenge of the Evil One

 

Disease

 

Education

 

 

 

 

 

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