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"David Lu's volume is unique and important. . . . Both his years of scholarship and his personal experience as a believer sharing his faith come together in this book. It calls for both high respect toward Japanese culture and an unflinching presentation of gospel truth. Anyone at all concerned to see Christianity flourish in Japan and serve its people well should read this book." --Tim Keller, Redeemer City to City
"As someone who was a missionary in Japan for more than twenty years, I found this book very insightful and easy to read. . . . I wish I had this book when I arrived in Japan!" --Steve Weemes, former OMF missionary to Japan
"As Dr. Lu navigates a boundless journey with his tricultural background and exuberant spirits on mission in Japan, readers will find themselves well equipped for their journey to come." --Asako Hirohashi, translator of The Prodigal God and Center Church
"This brief work covers a number of key factors that impede effective evangelism in Japan, and gives insightful recommendations for missionaries seeking to advance the gospel in a Japanese context." --Robert A. Drews, Mission to the World, Japan Country Deputy Director
"With his rich and accurate understanding of both the heart and mind of the Japanese as well as those of Christian missionaries, Dr. David Lu gives practical tips for bringing Christian faith into the religious and cultural context of today's Japan." --Yuki Takai-Heller, Tainan Theological College, Taiwan
"As someone who was a missionary in Japan for more than 20 years, I found this book very insightful and easy to read. Even though the author was never a missionary there, he does an excellent job thinking through both the barriers to the Gospel and some practical ways to deal with them. I wish I had had this book when I arrived in Japan!" --Steve Weemes, former OMF missionary to Japan
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