Reformed Mission books?

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Puritan Board Freshman
Hi! So many missional books out there have such bad theology. Can someone recommend some books that deal with missions from a reformed perspective? Especially any that touch on that while we are called to labor it is a sovereign work of God in bringing people from all nations to Himself. Also any books from a reformed perspective that deal with all those passages in the OT that speak of God making His name great among the nations & earth, showing that God's salvation was never meant just for the nation of Israel but a people from every tribe & tongue? Thank you!

For His Glory-


Puritan Board Junior
I assume you've already read Piper's "Let the Nations Be Glad"?

You should read Walter Kaiser's "Mission in the Old Testament: Israel as a Light to the Nations." You may also want to check out Christopher J. H. Wright's "The Mission of God: Unlocking the Bible's Grand Narrative" and "The Mission of God's People: A Biblical Theology of the Church's Mission." Both Kaiser and Wright are preeminent scholars of Old Testament and Theology of Mission.


Ordinary Guy (TM)
David Sill's the Missionary Call and also his book Reaching and Teaching are quite good.
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