Dissertations Listed Alphabetically by Author. (M-Z)

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Ma, Julie Jungja

497

Ministry of the Assemblies of God Among the Kankana-ey Tribe in the Northern Philippines: A History of a Theological Encounter

Ph.D., 1996, Fuller Theological Seminary

Ma, Qiusha

498

The Rockefeller Foundation and Modern Medica Education in China, 1915-1951

Ph.D., 1995, Case Western Reserve University

Macharia, Njoroge James

499

The Catholic Methods of Evangelization in East Africa: Nineteenth to Twentieth Century

Dr.Th., 1995, University of Navarra

Mackay, Ross

500

Catholic and Methodist Missionaries in the Milne Bay Province of Papua New Guinea, 1930-80

Ph.D., 1999, Australian National University

Maeland, Bard

501

Self-Relating and Self-Change: A Study in the Comparative Theologies of Kenneth Cragg and Wilfred Cantwell Smith, with Special Regard to Their Theological Relations to Islam

Dr.Theol., 2001, Norwegian Lutheran School of Theology

Mahecha, Guidoberto

502

The Biblical Concept of Conversion and Its Social Implications from a Latin American Perspective

Ph.D., 1992, University of St. Andrews

Makela, Jaakko Juhani

503

Khrischak Issara: The independent Churches in Thailand, Their Historical Background, Contextual Setting, and Theological Thinking

Dr.Theol., 2000, Abo Akademi University

Makela, Matti

504

Mission According to John R. W. Stott: A Study with Special Reference to the Ecumenicals and Evangelicals

Dr.Theol., 1999, Aba Akademi University

Malakyan, Petros Grigor

505

Christ-like Leadership: Theological and Missiological Foundations for Leadership and Development (an Armenian Case Study)

Ph.D., 1998, Fuller Theological Seminary

Mallampalli, Chandra Sekhar

506

Contending with Marginality: Christians and the Public Sphere in Colonial South India, 1863-1937

Ph.D., 2000, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Malone, Kelly Scott

507

The Kingdom of God and the Mission of the Church in Contemporary Evangelical Thought: George Eldon Ladd, Donald George Bloesch, and Howard Albert Snyder

Ph.D., 1995, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Mandell, Daniel Richard

508

Behind the Frontier: Indian Communities in Eighteenth-Century Massachusetts

Ph.D., 1992, University of Virginia

Mann, James Andrew

509

To All Nations: An Exegetical Analysis of the Parables of the Lord in Luke

Ph.D., 1999, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Manthadam, John

510

The Pastoral Activities of Stephen Louis Charbonnaux, Bishop of Jassen and Vicar Apostolic of Mysore (1850-1873)

H.E.D., 1992, Pontifical Gregorian University

Mapes, Mary Lynne

511

Visions of a Christian City: The Politics of Religion and Gender in Chicago's City Missions and Protestant Settlement Houses, 1886-1929

Ph.D., 1998, Michigan State University

Martin, Carlos G.

512

Evangelistic Strategies of Seventh-day Adventists to Reach Recent Hispanic Immigrants to Texas: A Critical Evaluation

Ph.D., 1992, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Martinez, Juan Francisco

513

Origins and Development of Protestantism Among Latinos in the Southwestern United States, 1836-1900

Ph.D., 1996, Fuller Theological Seminary

Mason, John Cecil Strickland

514

The Role of the Moravian Church During the Missionary Awakening in England, 1760 to c. 1800

Ph.D., 1998, University of London, King's College London

Mathis, James Rhett

515

"Can Two Walk Together Unless They Be Agreed? …

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