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GOD'S MISSION AND POST-MODERN CULTURE
The Gift of Uncertainty
By John C. Sivalon, MM
    “In this book, John Sivalon brings together his passion for mission, his love for the church, his appreciation of contemporary culture, and his vast experience as a leader of the Maryknoll missionaries into a deeply reflective, inspiring, and profound development of God’s missionary nature and its implications for our ecclesial and missionary life. I think that he has made an original contribution to the understanding of Missio Dei, the mission we share by God’s amazing grace. This is a truly important book, and one that I will surely share with my students and colleagues alike.”
 — STEPHEN B. BEVANS, SVD, Catholic Theological Union
    “Offers an important re-visioning of God, Church, and  authentic mission for the 21st century....This book reclaims the foundational ground of God’s incarnational/Trinitarian embrace of all our diverse world and is a gift that offers illumination for our uncertain minds and times.”
— DAVID J. BROWN, Penn State University
     “John Sivalon presents God as the diffusive creative power of love. Human beings reflect this dynamism of God (missio Dei) in an elemental desire to reach out to others. He lets several missionaries tell their stories, and they radiate pure light and value in a postmodern world culture. John Sivalon makes mission a credible dimension of all Christian life that extends across every faith culture and human difference. The book is a gem.”
— ROGER HAIGHT, S.J., author, Christian Spirituality for seekers
    “Building upon insights from a quarter-century of missionary activity in rural and metropolitan Tanzania and his later experience as Maryknoll Superior General. Sivalon explores multiple values of postmodernism on evangelization as missio Dei. A brilliant analysis.”
 — MICHAEL A. FAHEY, S.J., Boston College
     JOHN C. SIVALON, a Maryknoll priest, served as a missioner in Tanzania before serving as superior general of the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers (2002-2008). He teaches theology at the University of Scranton.


GOD'S MISSION AND POST-MODERN CULTURE
The Gift of Uncertainty
By John C. Sivalon, MM
    “In this book, John Sivalon brings together his passion for mission, his love for the church, his appreciation of contemporary culture, and his vast experience as a leader of the Maryknoll missionaries into a deeply reflective, inspiring, and profound development of God’s missionary nature and its implications for our ecclesial and missionary life. I think that he has made an original contribution to the understanding of Missio Dei, the mission we share by God’s amazing grace. This is a truly important book, and one that I will surely share with my students and colleagues alike.”
 — STEPHEN B. BEVANS, SVD, Catholic Theological Union
    “Offers an important re-visioning of God, Church, and  authentic mission for the 21st century....This book reclaims the foundational ground of God’s incarnational/Trinitarian embrace of all our diverse world and is a gift that offers illumination for our uncertain minds and times.”
— DAVID J. BROWN, Penn State University
     “John Sivalon presents God as the diffusive creative power of love. Human beings reflect this dynamism of God (missio Dei) in an elemental desire to reach out to others. He lets several missionaries tell their stories, and they radiate pure light and value in a postmodern world culture. John Sivalon makes mission a credible dimension of all Christian life that extends across every faith culture and human difference. The book is a gem.”
— ROGER HAIGHT, S.J., author, Christian Spirituality for seekers
    “Building upon insights from a quarter-century of missionary activity in rural and metropolitan Tanzania and his later experience as Maryknoll Superior General. Sivalon explores multiple values of postmodernism on evangelization as missio Dei. A brilliant analysis.”
 — MICHAEL A. FAHEY, S.J., Boston College
     JOHN C. SIVALON, a Maryknoll priest, served as a missioner in Tanzania before serving as superior general of the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers (2002-2008). He teaches theology at the University of Scranton.

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