(English) The Word Made Flesh: The Ligonier Statement on Christology
The Word Made Flesh: The Ligonier Statement on Christology humbly attempts to offer the church of this generation—and, with God’s blessing, generations to come—a succinct statement regarding the person and work of Christ that draws from the riches of the past, from both the ecumenical creeds and Reformation theology. Perhaps this statement and its accompanying twenty-five articles of affirmation and denial may serve as a catalyst for further discussion and reflection on these crucial matters of Christology. Perhaps this statement itself may even prove useful to the church. Every attempt has been made to make this statement conducive to public recital. We want every person who encounters this statement to know that “Jesus Christ is Lord.”
While the majority of the world speaks and communicates in local languages, globalization has created one major stream of communication—English. It is the official language of 53 nations (one-fourth of the world), and it is estimated that another billion people speak it as their second language. Nearly 1,742,600,000 are able to access, read, and comprehend resources in the English language. That’s more than 1 out of 5 people in the world!
While we continue to pursue translation into key languages, many times it is more cost effective to make English resources available to pastors, seminaries, and those who train church leaders. Global English is vital for equipping Christian leaders with selected biblical works.
Geography of the Language
50+ Countries Use English
Global English Demographics
11% First Language English Speakers
24% Comprehend, Read and have Access to English
99% Literacy Rate
6.89% English-Proficient Protestants
(Ethnologue, Joshua Project)
Title: The Word Made Flesh: The Ligonier Statement on Christology
Author: Ligonier Ministries
Format: Soft Cover
Page Numbers: 25
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