Bibliography on Mission Studies

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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 them at the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World, University of Edinburgh, EH1 2LX, Scotland.

The classification system used is that employed in the Cumulative Bibliography of IRM now completed at the Centre.

The cumulative bibliography can be accessed through the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World's homepage on http://www.div.ed. ac.uk/guide.html The editors may be contacted by email on actonm@div.ed.ac.uk 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]) Liste wichtiger missiologischer Bucher und Zeitschriften, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (2) 2004, 67-73. 1.

([dagger]) MOREAU, A. Scott, O'REAR, Mike. And so the story goes: web resources on storytelling, myths and proverbs, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (2) 2004, 236-242. 2.

([dagger]) Theologische Examensarbeiten zur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft im Akademischen Jahr 2002/2003, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 88 (1) 2004, 70-83. 3.

([dagger]) THOMAS, Jacob. The Dictionary of Indian Christian Biography: a report, UBS Journal 1 (2) 2003, 87-89. 4.

01.02.00 STUDY OF MISSION

01.02.01 Study of Mission in General

([dagger]) KIM, Kirsteen. Missiology as global conversation: the UCA Mission Programme, International Review of Mission 93 (369) 2004, 270-278. 5.

UCA = United College of the Ascension.

01.02.02 Principles, Motivation and Strategy

([dagger]) VISSER, Marten. Where are pioneer missionaries needed? The n-formula, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (2) 2004, 220-227. 6.

01.02.03 Contributors to the Study of Mission

([dagger]) CAVALLIN, Caesarius. Bengt Sundkler: review article, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (2) 2004, 281-292. 7.

Beyond the Forestline: the life and letters of Bengt Sundkler/ by Marja Liisa Swantz (Studia Missionalia Svecana LXXXIV) Leominster: Gracewing, 2004.

([dagger]) JACKSON, Eleanor M. "It all seems very far away": Lesslie Newbigin and the dilemmas of a young missionary in wartime India 1939-46, Religion and Society 48 (2) 2003, 5-21. 8.

([dagger]) KAISER, Josef. Zum Tode Johannes Baur (1920-2003), Kirchengeschichtler Afrikas, Neue Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (2) 2004, 143-144. 9.

([dagger]) RYERSON, Charles A. The Right Reverend Lesslie Newbigin: a very personal memoir, Religion and Society 48 (2) 2003, 22-34. 10.

([dagger]) STRANDENOES, Thor. A monumental, analytical tribute to David J. Bosch: a bridge building theologian in the African and universal context, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (2) 2004, 293-297. 11.

Review article on: Transformation through Compassionate Mission. David J. Bosch's Theology of Contextualization/ Tinna Ahonen (Schriften der Luther-Agricola-Gesellschaft 55) Helsinki: Luther-Agricola Society, 2003.

02.00.00 SURVEYS OF THE CHRISTIAN SITUATION

02.01.00 GENERAL SURVEYS

02.01.05 Works Published 2000-

([dagger]) Consensus on how to cope with the turbulent world of the 21st century: 8. Triannual Convention of the Asia Minor Association: 13. anniversary of the All-Asia Consultation, Moscow 2003, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (2) 2004, 64-65. 12.

([dagger]) MATTHEY, Jacques. Mission und Weltethos, Zeitschrft fur Mission 30 (1) 2004, 35-46. 13.

MISSIO, JOHNSON, Eleanor (ed), CLARK, John (ed). Anglicans in mission: a transforming journey: report of MISSIO, the Mission Commission of the Anglican Communion, to the Anglican Consultative Council, meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, September 1999. …

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