Scott Moreau

Scott Moreau served ten years with Cru Africa, teaching science at Ntonjeni Swazi National High School (1978-1980) and missions at the Nairobi International School of Theology (NIST; 1984-1991). In 1991, he joined the Intercultural Studies department at Wheaton College, where he is Professor of Intercultural Studies and Missions as well as Associate Dean of Wheaton College Graduate School. He edits Evangelical Missions Quarterly and the Encountering Mission series (Baker), and serves on several agency and other boards. He has written or edited 20 books and over 300 articles in mission-related journals, magazines, and dictionaries. His next book, Contextualizing the Faith: A Holistic Approach will be published by Baker this coming fall.

 

2018 Forum Sessions


Afternoon Workshops


Spiritual Warfare

Spiritual warfare: after more than 30 years of popularity and controversy in evangelical Christian circles, how might we outline a general biblical framework for spiritual warfare? In this workshop, I will look at Ephesians as a primer in spiritual warfare based on evidence both in the epistle and from the account of the Ephesians from Acts chapter 19. I will explore ways that this can be used as a viable biblical model for engaging in spiritual warfare ministry among believers based on Paul's approach to the Ephesians as seen in his epistle to them.

 

 

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