Missiologist and church historian Andrew Walls begins his classic essay, “The Gospel as Prisoner and Liberator of Culture,” with a … Continue reading The Gospel as Prisoner and Liberator of Culture
I planned this discussion forum for my “Orientation to Theological Studies Course” many months ago… but the topic is especially … Continue reading Future Glory in Heaven and Future Justice on Earth
William Dyrness’s book, Insider Jesus, is an attempt to provide a theological framework for evaluating “insider movements.” He adopts Scott … Continue reading Review: Insider Jesus by William Dyrness
In Walking with the Poor, Bryan Myers presents theoretical background as well as practical direction for doing the work of … Continue reading Review: Walking with the Poor
Anthony Bradley’s edited volume, Aliens in the Promised Land, is a collection of essays on the topic of minority leadership … Continue reading Review: Aliens in the Promised Land: Why Minority Leadership is Overlooked in White Christian Churches and Institutions – Anthony Bradley
I recently read an article by Lesslie Newbigin titled, “The Enduring Validity of Cross-Cultural Mission.” It was originally presented as … Continue reading The Enduring Validity of Cross-Cultural Mission
In an entry on “Missiology” in the Encyclopedia of Protestantism, Wilbert Shenk offers, what I take, to be a pretty … Continue reading Who do Missiologists Answer to?