Dissertation Notices

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Dissertation Notices


Adams, Frank.

"Odwira and the Gospel: An Exploratory Study of the Asante Odwira Festival and Its Significance to Christianity in Ghana."

Ph.D. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Mission Studies / Univ. of Wales, 2003.

Beaumont, Ivor Mark.

"Christianity in Dialogue with Muslims: A Critical Evaluation of Recent Attempts to Present a Christian View of Jesus to Muslims with Special Reference to Sirat-al-Masih."

Ph.D. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Mission Studies / Open Univ., 2003.

Bolger, Ryan Keith.

"Jesus for and Against Modernity:. Practice-Redemption as Missiological Response to the Rules of the Modern Powers."

Ph.D. Pasadena, Calif.: Fuller Theological Seminary, 2003.

Chang, Chul.

"Towards a Model of Renewal: An Analysis of Korean Baptist Churches in the United States."

Ph.D. Pasadena, Calif.: Fuller Theological Seminary, 2003.

Chey, Soyoung Baik.

"Korean Non-Church Christian Movement, 1927-1989: Transcending the World and Transforming the Church."

Th.D. Boston: Boston Univ. School of Theology, 2003.

Guwa, Welcome Mazizandile.

"A Constructive Mission Theology for a Post-apartheid South Africa."

D.Th. Bellville, South Africa: Univ. of the Western Cape, 1995.

Hawkins, Mary Ann Kyker.

"Clergywomen of the Church of God (Anderson) Through the Lens of Leadership Emergence Theory."

Ph.D. Pasadena, Calif.: Fuller Theological Seminary, 2003.

Huntley, David Anthony.

"The Withdrawal of the China Inland Mission from China and the Redeployment to New Fields in East Asia."

Ph.D. Newburgh, Ind.: Trinity Theological Seminary, 2002.

Joo, Haksun.

"The Making of Methodist Worship in Korea, 1884-1931."

Ph.D. Boston: Boston Univ. School of Theology, 2003.

Kim, Caleb Chul-Soo. …

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