Dr. George G. Hunter III has been the premier author in alerting Christians in our current era to the ancient Celtic Christian style of evangelism and mission. This model, pioneered by St. Patrick, became the “greatest sustained Christian mission in Christianity’s history.”1 The contagious power of these Christians and their communities ushered in almost 1,000 years of Christian culture to Europe. Hunter identifies the Celtic Christians’ main strategies which can be fruitful in reaching today’s prodigals, “nones,” and modern “barbarians.” This model is urgently needed today since the United States has become the third largest mission field of non-Christians in the world.
Farrer, J. R. (2013). Resurrecting the Celtic Model of Evangelism for the 21st Century: George G. Hunter, III. Great Commission Research Journal, 5(1), 40-51. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol5/iss1/5