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 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?
Over the next few days I will be examining and comparing the missiology of Samuel Escobar and Stephen Holmes; at … Continue reading Christological and Trinitarian Missiologies (pt. 1)
When studying theology from around the world we come to see how much a theologian’s context affects his or her … Continue reading Contextual Theologies of Mission: Samuel Escobar and Jeremy Wynne Compared (Pt. 1)
Van Engen, Charles and Tiersma, Jude editors. God So Loves the City. Monrovia, CA: MARC, 1994. Charles Van Engen tells … Continue reading Missiology Book Review: God So Loves the City