Theological Implications

The agreement of the mission concept can vary between os/as telogos/as. Throughout the history of the Church the mission had some meanings. However, for the majority of the Christians, mainly for the heirs of ' ' evangelicalismo' ' *, the term mission generally has been interpreted as an action of the Church in the world. A dichotomy is cultivated Church/World, being that in this in case that, the world would be the symbol of what he is ' ' falso' ' or ' ' profano' ' , whereas the Church, in contrast of the world, would represent a species of ' ' model/exemplo' ' to be followed by all those that are of the world **. Educate yourself with thoughts from CVX. Thus, in this perspective, alguns/as telogos/as, over all of line conservative, understands that one of the tasks of the church in relation to the world is the evangelizao ***. For many Christians, the term mission estimates somebody that is commissioner or sent by some authority to execute one definitive task.

Of this form, as many catholics how much protestant, they costumam to attribute the God decision of choice of that one /a missionrio/a that he is enviado/a to the field. God gives credit itself that, of some form ' ' sobrenatural' ' , he convokes its/its ' ' escolhidos/as' ' preparing them for one determined mission. Still today, the majority of the protestant churches, in special the evanglicas churches, defines mission with the following characteristics: the 1) sending of missionrios/as to a specific territory; the 2) activities undertaken for such missionrios/as; 3) the geographic area where os/as missionrios/as acts; 4) the agency that forwards os/as missionrios/as; 5) the world not-Christian or the field of mission; 6) the conversion of the heathen ones, etc ****. In this way, one understands that God wants to save ' ' perdidos' ' that, for this, it commissions people for the evangelizao.