Bibliography on Mission Studies

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Bibliography on Mission Studies


Walls, Andrew F., Acton, Margaret M., International Review of Mission


Andrew F. Walls and Margaret M. Acton

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 e-mail on actonm@div.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

* ADENEY, Miriam. The lion of mathematics: reflections on Operation World by Patrick Johnstone, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 38 (2) 2002, 186-193. 500.

Review of: Operation World 21st century edition/ by Patrick Johnstone and Jason Mandryk.- Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 2001. 798 pp.

* ARNOLD, Bob. SIM International Archives, http://www.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/Consult/arnold.htm.501.

Paper given at the Missions Archives Consultation in Wheaton, IL, on November 2, 2001.

* BONK, Jonathan J. and SIGG, Michele. Dictionary of African Christian Biography, SEDOS Bulletin 34 (3) 2002, 95. 502.

* BREWER, Monroe, HARTFORD, Paul and PERLMAN, Susan. Operation World: reviews of the book, cd and children's version, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 38 (2) 2002, 180-183. 503

Review of: Operation World 21st century edition/ by Patrick Johnstone and Jason Mandryk.- Carlisle, UK: Paternoster, 2001. 798 pp.

* HEYDEN, Ulrich van der. Bibliographie zur Geschichte der Berliner Missionsgesellschaft 1951-2001, Neue Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de science missionnaire 58 (1) 2002, 27-43. 504.

* HOWARD, David. The benefits and obstacles of developing an archive; Evangelical Missions Quarterly 38 (2) 2002, 176-179. 505.

* HOWARD, David M. The preservation of mission archives: a mission executive's perspective, http://www.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/Consult/howard.htm. 506.

Paper given at the Missions Archives Consultation in Wheaton, IL, on November 2, 2001.

* INSTITUTE OF MISSIOLOGY MISSIO. Theology in context: information on theological contributions from Africa, Asia, Oceania and Latin America: annotated bibliography, summary of selected articles, book surveys, reports about theological conferences, indices of authors and key words, Theology in Context 19 (1) 2002, 1-170. 507.

* KRIESER, Klaus. Women in the Ottoman world: a bibliographical essay, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 13 (2) 2002, 197-206. 508.

* MOREAU, A. Scott and O'REAR, Mike. Missions fund raising, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 38 (2) 2002, 236-240. 509.

* MUKUNGU, Frederick. The experience of gathering information for a directory of the archives of the Church of Uganda http://www.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/Consult/mukungu.htm. 510.

Paper given at the Missions Archives Consultation in Wheaton, IL, on November 2, 2001.

* NEPI, Loredana (comp.). A bibliography of interchurch and interconfessional theological dialogues; 17th supplement 2002, Centro Pro Unione 61, 2002, 18-40. 511.

* SAAYMAN, Willem. Publications by Willem Saayman, Missionalia 30 (1) 2002, 174-177. 512.

* SAUER, Christof und MULLER, Klaus W. Bibliografie Klaus Fiedler, Evangelikale Missiologie 18 (1) 2002, 8-10. 513.

* SHUSTER, Bob. 25 years plus one of collecting mission records: observations from the BGC archives experience, http://www.wheaton.edu/bgc/archives/Consult/shuster.htm. 514.

Paper given at the Missions Archives Consultation in Wheaton, IL, on November 2, 2001. …

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