Academic journal article International Review of Mission

Bibliography on Mission Studies

Academic journal article International Review of Mission

Bibliography on Mission Studies

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The editor would be grateful if additional items for the bibliography, or suggestions to increase its usefulness, could be sent to her at the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World, University of Edinburgh, EH1 2LX, Scotland.

The classification system is that employed in the Cumulative Bibliography of IRM now completed at the CSCNWW and available on the Centre's website at: http://webdb.ucs.ed.ac.uk/divinity/cmb/

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

Due to new software being used to produce the bibliography each issue is now numbered independently. The editor may be contacted by e-mail on Margaret.Acton @ed.ac.uk

01.00.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND THE STUDY OF MISSION

01.01.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE

([dagger]) MOREAU, A. Scott, O'REAR, Mike. All you ever wanted on short-term missions, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (1) 2004, 100-105. I.

([dagger]) RIJN, Peter van. Bibliografie: in 2002 in Nederland en Vlaanderen verschenen missiologische literatuur, Wereld en Zending 32 (4) 2003, 88-104.2.

01.02.00 STUDY OF MISSION

01.02.01 Study of Mission in General

([dagger]) GORSKI, Jan. Missiology today: new dimensions and perspectives, Swedish Missiological Themes 91 (4) 2003, 623-632. 5.

01.02.02 Principles, Motivation and Strategy

([dagger]) FAH, Yong Chen. Stewardship, partnership, structure and networking for world mission, Transformation 21 (1) 2004, 30-32.4.

([dagger]) MACMAHON, Hugh. "Rethinking mission", SEDOS Bulletin 36 (1/2) 2004, 3-5. 5.

([dagger]) WAKELY, Mike. The search for the golden key, Evangelical Mission, Quarterly 40 (1) 2004, 12-22. 6.

See also nos. 108, 143, 166, 260.

01.02.03 Contributors to the Study of Mission

See no. 160.

02.00.00 SURVEYS OF THE CHRISTIAN SITUATION

02.01.00 GENERAL SURVEYS

([dagger]) 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATION OF THE EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP IN THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION Limuru, Kenya (2003). Anglican life in mission, Transformation 21 (1) 2004, 4-11. 7.

See also no. 76.

02,02.00 SURVEYS OF PARTICULAR INSTITUTIONS

([dagger]) COURTRIGHT, J. L., HEARIT, K. M. The good organization speaking well: a paradigm case for religious institutional crisis management, Public Relations Review 28 (4) 2002, 347-360. 8.

On the discourse that surrounded the disclosure by the Christian and Missionary Alliance that a number of students at Mamou Alliance Academy in Guinea, West Africa had been abused.

([dagger]) KALAPATI, Joshua. Madras Christian College as a missiological resource centre, Dharma Deepika 7 (2) 2003, 77-82. 9.

([dagger]) POON, Michael. Orthodoxy, apologetics and discipleship in the Anglican communion, Transformation 21 (1) 2004, 25-30. 10.

See also no. 22.

02.03.00 STATISTICAL SURVEYS

([dagger]) BARRETT, David B., JOHNSON, Todd M. Annual statistical table on global mission: 2004, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (1) 2004, 24-25. 11.

02.04.00 MISSION FUTURES

([dagger]) JENKINS, Philip. After The Next Christendom, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (1) 2004, 20-22. 12.

See also no. 118.

02.05.00 THE WEST

([dagger]) COOPER, Michael. Missiological reflections on Celtic Christianity: implications for ministry in Western culture, Mission Studio, 20 (2) 2003, 35-56. 13.

03.00.00 HISTORY AND THEOLOGY OF MISSION

03.01.00 MISSION IN THE BIBLE

([dagger]) CHEN Kuanrong. Women disciples of Jesus, Chinese Theological Review 17, 2003, 76-84. 14.

([dagger]) IRUDAYA, Ray. Attitudes and approaches employed in the dialogue of Jesus with the Samaritan woman: their relevance to interreligious dialogue today, SEDOS Bulletin 35 (11-12) 2003, 205-214. …

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