J. E. Lesslie Newbigin (1909-98) stands as one of the towering figures of the 20th century. As missionary, theologian, ecumenist, and churchman, he uniquely addresses the trinitarian nature of mission, the gospel in culture, and the church’s role in God’s mission. Ten years after his death, he is read more than ever.
Newbigin.Net contains an extensive bibliography and document archive of Newbigin’s writings. Much of the same information is located at http://www.newbigin.net . However, the strength of the CD version is the powerful AskSam search engine. I have done several searches and found it to be amazingly easy to use. The back of the CD case reads: “It contains a comprehensive record of his writings, over two hundred items written by him-including, for example, items such as the previously unpublished ‘The Mission of the Triune God’, and his classic The Other Side of 1984 – and notable interactions with his thought. … This CD is a must for every student of Newbigin’s thought.”
Lesslie Newbigin provides a prophetic voice for the church’s mission in the 21st century. Newbigin.Net turns up the volume of this voice. You can purchase your copy through the Gospel and Our Culture Network.