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How Shall They Hear? These graphics are illustrations concerning the concepts of Worldview, selected from those prepared for Lesson 10 of this title in the course Perspectives on the World Christian Movement .

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How Shall They Hear?

These graphics are illustrations concerning the concepts of Worldview, selected from those prepared for Lesson 10 of this title in the course Perspectives on the World Christian Movement.

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The Dimensions of Culture

Experiences

Beliefs

Behavior Products

Worldview

Decisions

Values

Experiences

Feelings

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Social Subsystem(e.g., Family, Education, Kinship, Social Control

Language Subsystem

Etc.

Worldview

Technology Subsystem

Religion Subsystem

Economics Subsystem

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Level of Satisfaction

Culture Shock

Adjusted Bicultural Person

Tourist

Want to stay

Want to go home

Time

Culture Shock is a sense of cultural disorientation in a different society.

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Surface-Level Culture

(Patterned Behavior)

Deep-Level Culture

(Worldview Assumptions)

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People (Society)

Culture

Surface-Level Behavior

What we do, think, say or feel either consciously or unconsciously, mostly habitually but also creatively

Surface-Level Structure

Cultural patterns in terms of what we habitually do, think, say or feel

Deep-Level Behavior

Assuming, evaluating and committing mostly habitually but also creatively:

1. Concerning choosing, feeling, reasoning, interpreting and valuing.

2. Concerning the assigning of meaning.

3. Concerning explaining, relating to others, committing ourselves, and adapting to or deciding to try to change things that go on around us.

Deep-Level Structure(Worldview)

The patterns in terms of which we carry out the assumptions, evaluations and commitments of deep-level behavior. Patterns of choosing, feeling, reasoning, interpreting, valuing, explaining, relating to others, committing ourselves and adapting to or deciding to try to change things that go on around us.

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A Three-Culture Model of Missionary Communication

S = Source

M = Message

R = Respondent

S

M

R

The “Bible Culture”

1

3

2

S

M

R

S

M

R

4

The Missionary’s Culture

The Respondent Culture

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Tonga World-View

Exalted Living Dead: Famous, well-known leaders

Forgotten Dead: No one remembers their names

Illness or killing spirits

Created Spirits

Leza: God

Possessing or medium spirits

Living Dead: Existence after burial

Living Living: Existence prior to burial

Unborn Living: Existence prior to birth

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Framework for the Analysis of Religious Systems

Organic Analogy

Mechanical Analogy

High Religion Based on Cosmic Forces

Magic and Astrology

Folk Natural Science

High Religion Based on Cosmic Beings

Folk or Low Religion

Folk Social Science

Other Worldly

Unseen or Super-natural

This Worldly

Seen or Empirical

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Western Two-Tiered View of Reality

FaithMiraclesOther-Worldly ProblemsSacred

Religion

Excluded Middle

Sight and ExperienceNatural OrderThis-Worldly ProblemsSecular

Science

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A Holistic Theology

GOD

Cosmic HistoryThe ultimate story of the origin, purpose, and destiny of the self, society, and universe.

Truth Encounter

Other Religions

Human HistoryThe uncertainties of the future, the crisis of the present, and the unexplainable events of the past. The meaning of human experiences.

Power Encounter

Animistic/Spiritism

Natural HistoryThe nature and order of humans and their social relationships, and of the natural world.

Empirical Encounter

Secularism

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