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://webdb.ucs.ed.ac.uk/ divinity/cmb/ the editors may be contacted by email on Margaret.Acton@ed.ac.uk Articles in periodicals or symposia are marked +. 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] JOSEPH, Stephen. The use of mission records and publications for academic research, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 75-80. 1.

[dagger] LUNDBERG, Magnus. Aasulv Lande: a bibliography 1971-2003, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 319-327. 2.

[dagger] MOREAU, A. Scott. A world tour of contextual theologies, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 374-379. 3.

[dagger] ROSSI, Teresa Francesca, NEPI, Loredana. A bibliography of interchurch and interconfessional theological dialogues, Centro Pro Unione 66, 2004, 9-27. 4.

See also no. 315.

01.02.00 STUDY OF MISSION

[dagger] MULLER, Klaus W. Der Schwachpunkt in der Strategie, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (3) 2004, 109-116. 5.

01.02.01 Study of Mission in General

[dagger] AMALADOSS, Michael. The mission institutes in the new millennium, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (7/8) 2004, 205-211.6.

01.02.02 Principles, Motivation and Strategy

[dagger] HARRIS, Zachary. Theological critique of security, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 328-335. 7.

[dagger] PARROT, Don. Managing the short-term missions explosion: let's not lose the opportunity, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 356-360. 8.

See also nos. 259, 389.

01.02.03 Contributors to the Study of Mission

[dagger] BUCKLER, Andy. Jean-Francois Zorn, la Missiologie, emergence d'une discipline theologique, Perspectives Missionnaires 47 (1) 2004, 63-47. 9.

[dagger] KIRK, J. Andrew. My pilgrimage in mission, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (2) 2004, 70-74. 10.

[dagger] LUNDBERG, Magnus. Aasulv Lande and missiology, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 313-318. 11.

[dagger] SCHWEGLER, Urban. Grundlagen und Theorie der Missionsgeschichte bei Johannes Beckmann SMB, 1901-1971, Neue Zeitschrift far Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (3) 2004, 161-188. 12.

[dagger] SIEVERNICH, Michael. Karl Rahners Neuinterpretation der Mission, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 88 (2) 2004, 158-173. 13.

See also nos. 2, 82, 213.

02.00.00 SURVEYS OF THE CHRISTIAN SITUATION

02.01.00 GENERAL SURVEYS

02.01.05 Works Published 2000--

[dagger] BAZIOU, Jean Yves. Mission: from expansion to encounter, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (9/10) 2004, 209-212. 14.

[dagger] BJORK, David E. Was Bibel, Bekehrung und personliches Zeugnis zum Aufbau und zur Festigung einer evangelikalen Weltsicht beitragen, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (2) 2004, 133-147. 15.

[dagger] DINKELAKER, Bernhard. Einheit der Mission? Perspektiven der Weltmission, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (3) 2004, 202-215. 16.

[dagger] MEILI, Josef. Die <> (MISAL): interkulturelle und interreligiose Praxis, Neue Zeitschrift far Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (4) 2004, 251-272. 17.

[dagger] MORTENSEN, Viggo. What is happening to global Christianity? Dialog 43 (1) 2004, 20-27. …

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