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missions, in facing the challenges of missionary service with Pentecostal eschatology, and in following the biblical mandate and narrative to serve in the power of the Spirit with gospel proclamation and accompanying ‘signs and wonders’. Keywords missions theology , Pentecostal missions , Holy Spirit

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.L.Gallagher@wheaton.edu Abstract Th is paper explores the key characteristics of Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf ’s mission theology that infl uenced the early Moravian missional practice. After discussing the early eigh- teenth century European historical context and the Spirit-renewal of the Herrnhut community, the paper

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methodology for mission theology. Sergei Horujy, born in 1941, is a well-known Orthodox theologian and theoretical physicist at the Moscow Academy of Sciences. Over the last two decades, Horujy has developed a new way of looking at the contemporary situation by mining the riches of ascetic spirituality and

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Missio Inter Gentes Towards a New Paradigm in the Mission Theology of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) J ONATHAN Y. T AN ∗ ABSTRACT This essay seeks to investigate the mission theology of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) as presented in its official

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that run a kind of systematic course. In its current shape, much of missional theology seems to be developing with an overwhelming and perplexing disregard for systematic theology. This was not always the case in earlier missionary endeavors. Moreover, that the discipline of systematic theology

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China and Protestant Missions
Theological works (incl. Apologetics)

Books, periodicals, almanacs, Christian literature, catechisms, apologetics, hymn books, prayer books, biographies, and dictionaries relating to Protestant missionary work in China and covering such subjects as the history of the Christian Church as well as Western history, geography, science, and technology in general. Collection contains mostly 19th-century books in Chinese, authored and published by Protestant missions in China.

This collection is also included in the China and Protestant Missions collection.

Charles Van Engen, Transforming Mission Theology . Pasadena, CA, William Carey Library, 2017. Pp. 411. $20.00. While at Fuller’s School of World Missions I took two classes with Charles Van Engen. He started every class period with a hymn, “If we sing they will come!” My first thought, before

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The Fourth Mission Theology . [제 4 선교신학]. Seoul: Christian Literature Center, 2016. Pp. 278. kw 15,000. This book comes with an equally provocative subtitle, “An Alternative Mission Paradigm for Christianity in Crisis.” This Korean title (with a 10–page English abstract) illustrates the

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Contemporary Mission Theology: Engaging the Nations . American Society of Missiology Series No. 53. Maryknoll, New York, Orbis Books, usa , 2017. Pp. xxxi + 307. US $ 42.00. This is a book that should be read and absorbed by anyone interested in mission in intercultural context. A truly

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Mission Louisville Presbyterian Th eological Seminary 1044 Alta Vista Road, Louisville, KY 40205, U.S.A. fadeney@lpts.edu Abstract Th is paper examines ways that narrative studies can infl uence both mission theologies and mis- sion theories. Narrative studies has historically been a part of mission

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