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Christianity holds that the the Gospel is for everyone, at all times, and at all places. It reaches to the heart of every people, in every nation, of any culture. This is quite the claim considering how divorced we are from ancient Jewish and Greco-Roman cultures found in the Scriptures. So how can the gospel be communicated clearly and effectively to the nations when there seems to be so many inherent “cultural checkpoints” along the way? We sit down with Bruce Ashford and ask these very questions as he explains some key components of contextualization in sharing the gospel. Enjoy!