Bibliography on Mission Studies

By Walls, Andrew F.; Acton, Margaret M. | International Review of Mission, July-October 2008 | Go to article overview

Bibliography on Mission Studies


Walls, Andrew F., Acton, Margaret M., International Review of Mission


The editors would be grateful if additional items for the bibliography, or suggestions to increase its usefulness, could be sent to The Crowther Centre for Mission Education, CMS, Watlington Road, Oxford, OX4 6BZ. The editors may be contacted by email at Margaret.Acton@cms-uk.org

The classification system used is that employed in the Cumulative Bibliography of International Review of Mission, the online version of this will shortly be available on the website of Liverpool Hope University.

Articles in periodicals or symposia are marked [dagger]. Annotation in the bibliography does not preclude subsequent review.

01.00.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND THE STUDY OF MISSION

01.01.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE

[dagger] MERRITT, John G. Merritt. Historical dictionary of the Salvation Army. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2006 xxxiv, 798 p., Ill. 9780810853447. 1.

[dagger] MOREAU, A. Scott, O'REAR, Mike. Mapping resources for missions, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 44 (4) 2008, 514-520. 2.

[dagger] MOREAU, A. Scott and O'REAR, Mike. Missions photos, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 44 (2) 2008, 242-248. 3.

[dagger] SMALLEY, Martha Lund. Communications from the field: missionary postcards from Africa, African Research & Documentation 104, 2007, 15-27. 4.

01.02.00 STUDY OF MISSION

01.02.01 Study of Mission in General

[dagger] ADAMS, Dave. Putting heart and soul into research: an inquiry into becoming "scholar-practitioner-saint", Transformation, 25 (1-2) 2008, 144-157. 5.

[dagger] ADAMS, David and FARR, Bernard. Researching Christian action, Transformation 25 (1-2) 2008, 158-164. 6.

See also nos. 40, 52, 55, 59.

01.02.02 Principles, Motivation and Strategy

[dagger] ODIRA, Kwanya Charles. From missionary charity to the Mission of Charity, SEDOS Bulletin 40 (9/10) 2008, 257-260. 7.

See also no. 9, 283.

01.02.03 Contributors to the Study of Mission

[dagger] OMMERBORN, Jurgen. Arnold Janssen's understanding of mission in the context of his times, Verbum SVD 49 (3) 2008, 241-266. 8.

[dagger] REHBEIN, Franziska Carolina. Impulse des Grunders und die heutige Bedeutung seines Werkes, Verbum SVD 49 (3) 2008, 267-292. 9.

[dagger] RIVINIUS, Karl Josef. Die katholische Missionswissenschaft und zwei ihrer prominenten Reprasentanten im Fokus yon P. Johannes Weig SVD, Verbum SVD 49 (3) 2008, 293-318. 10.

02.00.00 SURVEYS OF THE CHRISTIAN SITUATION

02.01.00 GENERAL SURVEYS

02.01.05 Works Published 2000-

DAVIES, Noel and CONWAY, Martin (eds), World Christianity in the 20th century. London: SCM, 2008. ix, 308 pp. 9780334040439.11.

DAVIES, Noel and CONWAY, Martin (eds), World Christianity in the 20th century: a reader. London: SCM, 2008. xv, 283 pp. 9780334040446. 12.

[dagger] IRWIN, Dale T. World Christianity: an introduction, Journal of World Christianity 1 (1) 2008, 1-26. 13.

02.01.05

KIM, Sebastian and KIM, Kirsteen. Christianity as a world religion. London: Continuum, 2008 vi, 272 pp. 9780826498403. 14.

[dagger] KODITHUWAKKU, Indunil Janaka. Christian mission in an era of globalization, SEDOS Bulletin 40 (9/10) 2008, 227-238. 15.

[dagger] KROEGER, James H. Witnessing to the Word in the World: 2007 IACM Assembly: a reflective overview, Mission Today 10 (1) 2008, 74-79. 16.

IACM = International Association of Catholic Missiologists.

[dagger] LEWIS, Paul W. Challenges in missions in the 21 st century, Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies 10 (1) 2007, 116-134. 17.

See also nos. 35, 112, 270.

02.03.00 STATISTICAL SURVEYS

[dagger] RADCLIFE Donald. Qualitative data analysis and the transforming moment, Transformation 25 (2-3) 2008, 116-133. 18.

02.03.00

See also no. 245. …

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