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Front Cover

Photo by Natalie Sloan of ‘Sarah’ painting by Silvia Dimitrova, in the collection of Graham and Alison Kings.

Chapter 1, Kenyan Church-State Relations and the Bible

Kings, Graham, 1996, ‘Proverbial, intrinsic and dynamic authorities: a case study on scripture and mission in the Dioceses of Mount Kenya East and Kirinyaga’, in Stott, John, et. al. (eds), The Anglican Communion and Scripture, Oxford: Regnum Press and EFAC, pp. 134–143.

Kings, Graham, ‘Proverbial, intrinsic and dynamic authorities: a case study on scripture and mission in the Dioceses of Mount Kenya East and Kirinyaga’, Missiology 24.4, (1996), pp. 493–501.

Chapter 2, The Bible, Christianity and African Traditional Religion

Kings, Graham, ‘Facing Mount Kenya: Reflections on African Traditional Religion and the Bible’, Anvil 4.2 (1987), pp. 127–143.

Chapter 3, Evangelicals in Search of Catholicity

Kings, Graham, ‘Evangelicals in Search of Catholicity: Theological Reflections on Lausanne II in Manila’, Anvil 7.2 (1990), pp. 115–128.

Chapter 4, Henry Martyn: Missionary Scholar for our Age?

Kings, Graham, ‘Henry Martyn: Missionary Scholar for our Age?’, Fulcrum (28 Feb 2012), https://www.fulcrum-anglican.org.uk/articles/henry-martyn-missionary-scholar-for-our-age-by-graham-kings/

Kings, Graham, 2021, ‘Henry Martyn: Missionary Scholar for our Age?’ in Kings, Graham, Ian Randall and Muthuraj Swamy (eds), From Henry Martyn to Global Christianity: The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, Cambridge: Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, pp. 1–16.

Chapter 5, Icon of Indian Indigeneity: Abdul Masih

Kings, Graham, ‘Abdul Masih: icon of Indian indigeneity’, International Bulletin of Missionary Research, 23.2 (1999), pp. 66–68.

Republished on Fulcrum (1 April 2011)

https://www.fulcrum-anglican.org.uk/articles/abdul-masih-icon-of-indian-indigeneity/

‘The Revd Abdul Masih’ by an unknown painter (about 1825), now in the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide: photo by Sue Martin.

Chapter 6, Mission and the Meeting of Faiths: Max Warren and John V. Taylor

Kings, Graham, 2000, ‘Mission and the Meeting of Faiths: the Theologies of Max Warren and John V. Taylor’ in Ward, Kevin and Stanley, Brian (eds), The Church Mission Society and World Christianity, 1799–1999, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, pp. 285–318.

Chapter 7, Worship on Upper Street, Islington

Kings, Graham, 2006, ‘Worship on Upper Street, Islington’, in Stratford, Tim, (ed.), Worship: Window of the Urban Church, London: SPCK, pp. 74–86.

Chapter 8, Canal, River and Rapids: Contemporary Evangelicalism in the Church of England

Kings, Graham, ‘Canal, River and Rapids: Contemporary Evangelicalism in the Church of England’, Anvil 20.3 (2003), pp. 167–184.

Co-published Fulcrum (1 Aug. 2003)

https://www.fulcrum-anglican.org.uk/articles/canal-river-and-rapids-contemporary-evangelicalism-in-the-church-of-england/

Chapter 9, Don’t Throw Stones: Deuteronomy and the Prodigal Son

Kings, Graham, ‘Don’t Throw Stones: Deuteronomy and the Prodigal Son’, Fulcrum (29 Nov 2007)

https://www.fulcrum-anglican.org.uk/articles/dont-throw-stones-deuteronomy-and-the-prodigal-son/

[co-published on Don’t Throw Stones Anglican Communion site, which is no longer online.]

Chapter 10, Doing Theology as a Bishop

Kings, Graham, ‘Doing Theology as a Bishop’, Fulcrum (9 July 2013), https://www.fulcrum-anglican.org.uk/articles/doing-theology-as-a-bishop/

Chapter 11, South Sudan: Birth and New Life

Kings, Graham, ‘South Sudan: The Promised Land’, (18 Jul. 2011) The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/belief/2011/jul/18/south-sudan-leaders-of-africa

copublished Fulcrum (18 Jul. 2011)

https://www.fulcrum-anglican.org.uk/articles/south-sudan-the-promised-land/

Kings, Graham, ‘Learning Together in Malakal’, (28 Mar. 2013) The Times online (no longer online).

copublished Fulcrum (28 Mar. 2013)

https://www.fulcrum-anglican.org.uk/articles/learning-together-in-south-sudan/

Chapter 12, Sarah the Mother of Mission

Kings, Graham, ‘Sarah the Mother of Mission: an Exposition of Genesis 18 and the Painting by Silvia Dimitrova’, Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion, (14 July 2016) http://www.missiontheologyanglican.org/article-mt/sarah-the-mother-of-mission-an-exposition-on-genesis-18-and-the-painting-by-silvia-dimitrova/

Chapter 14, Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, 1977–84

Kings, Graham, ‘Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, 1977–84: insights and significance’, Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion (10 Oct 2016)

http://www.missiontheologyanglican.org/article/evangelical-roman-catholic-dialogue-on-mission-1977-84-insights-and-significance/

Kings, Graham, ‘Dialogo Evangelico – Cattolico-Romano sulla Missione, 1977–1984: Intuizioni e Significato’, Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion (18 Oct 2016)

http://www.missiontheologyanglican.org/article/dialogo-evangelico-cattolico-romano-sulla-missione-1977-1984-intuizioni-e-significato/

Kings, Graham, 2018, ‘Evangelical-Roman Catholic Dialogue on Mission, 1977–84: insights and significance’ in Mazzolini, Sandra (ed.), Voci Ecumeniche in dialogo per l’evangelizzazione, Rome: Urbaniana University Press, pp. 39–59.

Chapter 15, Remembering, Thinking, and Imagining: Augustine, Anselm and Rowan

Kings, Graham, ‘Remembering, Thinking, Imagining: Augustine, Anselm and Rowan’, Covenant (28 June 2018).

https://livingchurch.org/covenant/2018/06/28/remembering-thinking-imagining-augustine-anselm-and-rowan/

Fulcrum (30 June 2018)

https://www.fulcrum-anglican.org.uk/articles/remembering-thinking-imagining-augustine-anselm-and-rowan/

I am very grateful to Rowan Williams for permission to include his six haiku.

Chapter 16, Maps and Myths Matter: Christianity in the Global South

Kings, Graham, 2018, ‘Afterword’, in Lamport, Mark A. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Christianity in the Global South, Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 947–949.

Poems by Graham Kings

My poems in these chapters were published together, with others, in: Kings, Graham, 2020, Nourishing Connections, Norwich: Canterbury Press.

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