Thomas K. Johnson: The First Step in Missions Training: How our Neighbors are Wrestling with God's General Revelation Thomas K. Johnson: Christian Ethics in Secular Cultures David Parker: Discerning the Obedience of Faith: A Short Histo- ry of the World Evangelical Alliance Theological Commission Thomas Schirrmacher (Ed.): William Carey: Theologian - Lin- guist - Social Reformer
Thomas Schirrmacher: Advocate of Love - Martin Bucer as Theologian and Pastor
Thomas Schirrmacher: Culture of Shame / Culture of Guilt Thomas Schirrmacher: The Koran and the Bible
Thomas Schirrmacher (ed.):
The Humanisation of Slavery in the Old Testament
Jim Harries: New Foundations for Appreciating Africa: Beyond Religious and Secular Deceptions
Thomas Schirrmacher: Missio Dei - God's Missional Nature Thomas Schirrmacher: Biblical Foundations for 21st Century World Mission
A Muslim view:
Just as Evangelicals once led successful “revolutionary movements” to abolish slavery in the 19th century and to establish freedom of conscience, so Evangelical Christians today — in the West and the Global South — may draw upon their rich heritage to help strengthen and preserve a rules based international order founded upon universal ethics and humanitarian values. This book is a valuable contribution to that effort.
C. Holland Taylor - Gerakan Pemuda Ansor Emissary to the United Nations, Americas, and Europe Co-chair, Humanitarian Islam/World Evangelical Alliance Joint Working Group
It is necessary for contemporary Christians, as they strive to fight for human rights and religious freedom, to join hands with all people of good will, not just with fellow Christians. The ethical theory proposed by Johnson can serve as a suitable and theologically sound platform for such an alliance, based on shared values and concerns.
Pavel Hošek, Chair, Department of Comparative Religions Protestant Theological Faculty, Charles University, Prague