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  1. Interrogating the Language of "Self" and "Other" in the History of Modern Christian Mission

    Man-Hei Yip

    Pickwick / AUG 2020

    This book offers a critical analysis of the use of language in mission studies. Language and Christian missionary activity intersect in complicated ways to objectify the other in cross-cultural... read more »
  2. Wilhelm Loehe and North America

    Craig L. Nessan

    Pickwick / JUN 2020

    Wilhelm Loehe is one of the most significant nineteenth-century figures for North American church life and mission, whose influence continues into the present. Loehe is unique for joining together... read more »
  3. Context, Plurality, and Truth

    Mika Vahakangas

    Pickwick / FEB 2020

    The world has shrunk in the processes of globalization, and the old ways of actively ignoring plurality in theology are no longer viable. Contextual differences between different Christian... read more »
  4. Church in Motion

    Hermann Vorlander

    Pickwick / MAY 2018

    “Mission is nothing but the one church of God in motion.” With these words the famous German Lutheran theologian Wilhelm Loehe described the essence of missionary work. Mission moves... read more »
  5. The Future Horizon for a Prophetic Tradition

    David L. Everett

    Pickwick / MAR 2017

    In this book David Everett examines how Church has changed throughout a modern/postmodern context. Everett explores how social gospel dimensions and prophetic radicalism have diminished in a way... read more »
  6. Women and Christian Mission

    Frances S. Adeney

    Pickwick / NOV 2015

    What are Christian women thinking about mission? How do they do mission? What informs their knowledge and action as they address issues in a complex world where religious proselytizing has become... read more »
  7. Salvation for the Sinned-Against

    Kevin P. Considine

    Pickwick / JAN 2015

    The problem of the barbarous excess of human suffering is becoming the main question of global Christianity. In an intercultural, globalizing world, how do we envision the wounds of sin and God's... read more »
  8. The Future of Christian Mission in India

    Augustine Kanjamala, SVD

    Pickwick / AUG 2014

    Colonial missionaries, both Catholic and Protestant, arrived in India with the grandiose vision of converting the pagans because, like St. Peter (Acts 4:12) and most of the church fathers, they... read more »
  9. Hermeneutical Theology and the Imperative of Public Ethics

    Paul S. Chung

    Pickwick / OCT 2013

    Hermeneutical Theology and the Imperative of Public Ethics is a groundbreaking attempt to present constructive missional theology in an integrative and interdisciplinary framework as it... read more »
  10. The Vitality of Liberation Theology

    Craig L. Nessan

    Pickwick / SEP 2012

    The Vitality of Liberation Theology argues for the ongoing necessity of a liberating theology in a world of endemic poverty and economic globalization. Although some have declared liberation... read more »

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