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Bibliography on mission studies.

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 ([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]) MOREAU, A. Scott, O'REAR, Mike. Browsing virtual libraries and book collections, Evanyelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 254-259.1.

([dagger]) MOREAU, A. Scott, O'REAR, Mike. The Middle East and missions on the Web, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 386-391.2.

([dagger]) NEPI, Loredana (comp). A bibliography of interchurch and interconfessional theological dialogues, Centro Pro Unione 69, 2006, 20-41.3.

See also nos. 365, 447.

01.02.00 STUDY OF MISSION

See no. 263.

01.02.02 Principles, Motivation and Strategy

([dagger]) HEDBERG, Allan. The depth chart of a Church missions program, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 296-301.4.

([dagger]) ZANDER, Viktor. Der missionarischgeistliche "Ideal-Zustand" von Gemeinden nach Gottes Willen, Evangelikale Missiologie 22 (2) 2006, 43-46.5.

See also nos. 24, 201.

02.00.00 SURVEYS OF THE CHRISTIAN SITUATION

02.01.00 GENERAL SURVEYS

02.01.05 Works Published 2000-

([dagger]) BRANDL, Bernd. Weltmission: Quo Vadis?, Evangelikale Missiologie 22 (1) 2006, 30-32.6.

([dagger]) LAING, Mark. The changing face of missions: implications for the southern shift in Christianity, Missiology 26 (2) 2006, 165-177. 7.

([dagger]) NOESCH-OLVER, Delia. Missiological challenges in the twenty-first century, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2005, 372-377. 8.

([dagger]) SCHROEDER, Roger. Catholic Church growing everywhere, except in Europe, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30 (3) 2006, 142-143. 9.

([dagger]) SELTZ, Gregory. Confident confessors, servant evangelists, or both? Preparing LCMS pastors and churches for 21st century multicultural mission work, Missio Apostolica 14 (1) 2006, 41-49.10.

([dagger]) USTORF Werner. Wereldwijk christendom, New Empire en Old Europe, Wereld en Zending 35 (1) 2006, 3-18. 11.

See also nos. 75, 209, 419.

02.02.00 SURVEYS OF PARTICULAR INSTITUTIONS

See no. 268.

02.04.00 MISSION FUTURES

See no. 200.

02.05.00 THE WEST

See no. 11.

03.00.00 HISTORY AND THEOLOGY OF MISSION

03.01.00 MISSION IN THE BIBLE

([dagger]) AMOS, Clare. The genesis of reconciliation: the reconciliation of Genesis, Mission Studies 23 (1) 2006, 9-26. 12.

([dagger]) ASCHEMAN, Tom. Witness, dialogue, dimensions: practical dreaming about SVD mission today, Verbum SVD 47 (1) 2006, 27-36. 13.

([dagger]) BACHMANN, Mercedes Garcia. Conflicting visions of Jonah, or rather diversity? Mission Studies 23 (1) 2006, 45-59.14.

([dagger]) CINEIRA, David Alvarez. Aquila y Priscila, eslabones en la infraestructura misional paulina, Mission 13 (1) 2006, 63-96. 15.

([dagger]) EKKA, Hilarius. Reconciliation: Esau and Jacob, Vidyajyoti 70 (8) 2006, 579-583. 16.

([dagger]) ELLIOTT, Scott S. "Witless in your own cause": divine plots and fractured characters in the Life of Aesop and the Gospel of Mark, Religion & Theology 12 (3-4) 2005, 397-418. 17.

([dagger]) FUELLENBACH, John. The Kingdom of God: Jesus' principle of action in the world, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (1/2) 2006, 223-231.18.

([dagger]) HEISEY, Nancy R. The non-Pauline mission in the New Testament, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 5-17. 19.

([dagger]) HEISEY, Nancy R. Thinking again about Paul's mission, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 18-30. 20.

([dagger]) IGNATIUS, Peter. Judges 19 : 1-30: gang rape, murder and dismemberment, Vidyajyoti 70 (6) 2006, 417-432.21.

([dagger]) JOSEPH, Jojo. Mission of the Incarnate Word among the Israelites, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (7/8) 2006, 242-247. 22.

([dagger]) KEERANKERI, George. Inheriting eternal life: the love commandments in Luke, Lk 10:25-28, 38-42, Vidyajyoti 70 (3) 2006, 183-197.23.

([dagger]) LORANCE, Cody. The Holy Spirit and the pace of mission, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 326-332.24.

([dagger]) MATTHEY, Jacques. Opening Biblical meditation, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 151-153.25.

([dagger]) O'BRIEN, Julia M. Who needs the Old Testament?, Near East School of Theology Theological Review 27 (1) 2006, 16-33.26.

([dagger]) OKURE, Teresa. "The ministry of reconciliation" (2 Cor 5:14-21): Paul's key to the problem of "the Other" in Corinth, Mission Studies 23 (1) 2006, 105-121.27.

([dagger]) OLLEY, John. Hallowed be your name: does Ezekiel speak to Essendon, Eastwood and East Fremantle? South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 35, 2006, 37-43.28.

([dagger]) PATHRAPANKAL, Joseph. From Areopagus to Corinth (Acts 17:22-31; 1 Cor 2:1-5): a study on the transition from the power of knowledge to the power of the Spirit, Mission Studies 23 (1) 2006, 61-80.29.

([dagger]) PATTE, Daniel. Thinking mission with Paul and the Romans: Romans 15:1-33, Mission Studies 23 (1) 2006, 81-104.30.

([dagger]) PRIOR, John Mansford. "Power" and "the Other" in Joshua: the brutal birthing of a group identity, Mission Studies 23 (1) 2006, 27-43.31.

([dagger]) ROWOLD, Henry. Ablaze! A Biblical theme, Missio Apostolica 14 (1) 2006, 8-20.32.

([dagger]) SANKARATHIL, John. "To pluck up, to tear down, to plant and to build": challenges from the prophetic call narrative of Jeremiah in the Indian context, Vidyajyoti 70 (8) 2006, 601-612.33.

([dagger]) SCHIRRMACHER, Thomas. Auslanderpolitik einmal anders: Gastfreundschaft, Evangelikale Missiologie 22 (2) 2006, 63-66.34.

([dagger]) SMITH, Susan. Catholic sisters and mission: what about Matthew 28:19-20, SEDOS Bullet& 38 (1/2) 2006, 240-246. 35.

([dagger]) WARRINGTON, Keith. Healing and suffering in the Bible, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 154-164.36.

See also nos. 55, 57, 61, 172, 192, 287, 346, 348.

03.02.00 HERMENEUTICS

([dagger]) DABHI, James B. Fitzmyer on the historical-critical method and the spiritual sense of Scripture: 1, Vidyajyoti 70 (8) 2006, 565-579. 37.

([dagger]) MING Chu Kang. Postmodern interpretation among Chinese Biblical scholars: three case studies, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 41, 2006, 173-174. 38.

See also no. 122.

03.03.00 HISTORY OF MISSION

([dagger]) CLOSSEY, Luke. Merchants, migrants, missionaries, and globalization in the early-modern Pacific, Journal of Global History 1 (1) 2006, 41-58. 39.

([dagger]) COYLE, J. Kevin. Women and Manichaeism's mission to the Roman Empire, Mission 13 (1) 2006, 43-61. 40.

([dagger]) HEEVER, Gerhard van den. Redescribing Graeco-Roman antiquity: on religion and history of religion, Religion & Theology 12 (3/4) 2005, 211-238. 41.

([dagger]) HOLMES, Andrew. The shaping of Irish Presbyterian attitudes to mission, 1790-1840, Journal of Ecclesiastical History 57 (4) 2006, 711-737. 42.

([dagger]) KEERANKERI, George. The controversy over the Gospel of Judas, Vidyajyoti 70 (6) 2006, 406-416.43.

([dagger]) LAMIRANDE, Emilien. Situations contrastees de chretiennes carthaginoises: la persecution de Dece et ses lendemains, 250-251, Mission 13 (1) 2006, 27-42.44.

([dagger]) LINDENFELD, David. Indigenous encounters with Christian missionaries in China and West Africa, 1800-1920: a comparative study, Journal of World History 16 (3) 2005, 327-369.45.

([dagger]) NORRIS, Frederick W. Timothy I of Baghdad, Catholicos of the East Syrian Church 780-823: still a valuable model, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30 (3) 2006, 115-121. 46.

SHORTER, Aylward. Cross and flag in Africa: the "White Fathers" during the colonial scramble, 1892-1914. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2006. 294 pp. 1570754554. 47.

([dagger]) VANNIER, Marie-Anne. La diaconesse Olympias, Mission 13 (1) 2006, 21-25. 48.

See also nos. 61, 96, 114, 126, 150, 193, 268, 271-2, 293, 298, 302-3, 316-8, 326, 347, 352-3, 361, 364, 371, 388, 397, 403, 405, 412, 417, 429, 443.

03.04.00 THEOLOGY OF MISSION (SEE ALSO 03.07.00, 08.02.00, 09.04.02 AND 10.02.00)

([dagger]) BADENBERG, Robert. Aus meiner Sicht: Ethno-theozentrische Praigung uberwinden, Evangelikale Missiologie 22 (2) 2006, 38-39.49.

([dagger]) DA SILVA, Gilberto. The Lutheran Church as a Church of mission against the background of the priesthood of all believers, Missio Apostolica 14 (1) 2006, 21-27. 50.

([dagger]) DAIBER, Karl-Fritz. Begegnung mit einer Unbekannten: Helen Kim auf der Tagung des Internationalen Missionsrates 1928 in Jerusalem, Zeitschrift fur Mission 32 (1-2) 2006, 141-146. 51.

([dagger]) FELDKAMPER, Ludger. Dei Verbum und wir Missionare des Gottlichen Wortes--Anmerkungen und Anregungen, Verbum SVD 47 (1) 2006, 57-68. 52.

([dagger]) GALLAGHER, Robert L. Spirit-guided mission, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 336-341. 53.

([dagger]) HO, Samuel S. Sign and religion: Augustine's theology of aesthetics, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 41, 2006, 107-108. 54.

([dagger]) HOLMES, Stephen R. Trinitarian missiology: towards a theology of God as missionary, International Journal of Systematic Theology 8 (1) 2006, 72-90.55.

([dagger]) HORST, Willis G. A new call to mission, Missian Focus 13, 2005, 49-56. 56.

([dagger]) HUGHES, Thomas. Prophetic dialogue in religious life in the light of the Bible, Verbum SVD 47 (1) 2006, 37-49. 57.

([dagger]) HUNSBERGER, George R. The missional voice and posture of public theologizing, Missiology 36 (1) 2006, 15-28. 58.

([dagger]) JOHN, Mary, (Sister). Mission: a call to reach out in relationship, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (3/4) 2006, 65-71. 59.

([dagger]) KAVUNKAL, Jacob. A Roman Catholic perspective on doing mission, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (1/2) 2006, 232-239. 60.

([dagger]) KRABILL, James R. (ed.), SAWATSKY, Walter (ed.), VAN ENGEN, Charles E. (ed.). Evangelical, ecumenical, and Anabaptist missiologies in conversation: essays in honor of Wilbert R. Shenk. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2006. xiv, 336 pp. 1570756538. 61.

Walter Sawatsky, Living and writing the vision: the missiological pilgrimage of Wilbert Shenk, 1-16; Dana L. Robert, Encounter with Christ: Luke as mission historian for the twenty-first century, 19-27; Andrew F. Walls, Evangelical and ecumenical: the rise and fall of the early church model, 28-37; Walter Sawatsky, What if the three worlds of Christian history converged? 38-48; John A. Lapp, The global Mennonite history project, 49-57; Jehu J. Hanciles, God's mission through migration: African initiatives in globalizing mission, 58-66; Willard M. Swartley, The evangel as gospel of peace, 69-77; Jonathan J. Bonk, "And they marveled" mammon as miracle in western missionary encounter, 78-87; Charles E. van Engen, Critical theologizing: knowing god in multiple global and local contexts, 88-97; James J. Stamoolis, World congresses of mission: reconvergence under what perspective? 98-105; Lawrence M. Yoder, Church growth theories and Indonesia, 109-119; Jon Hoover, An Anabaptist perspective on conversing with Muslims, 120-129; Arthur McPhee, Authentic witness, authentic evangelism, authentic church, 130-139; Pablo A. Deiros, Toward a pneumatological-spiritual missiology, 140-148; David A. Shank, Reflections on relating long term to Messianic communities, 149-157; James E. Brennemann, Missional practice: a Pasadena Mennonite Church story, 158-166; Paul G. Hiebert, Sociocultural theories and mission to the West, 169-176; Lois Y. Barrett, Defining missional Church, 177-183; Eddie Gibbs and Ryan K. Bolger, Postmodern forms of the Church, 184-195; Alan J. Roxburgh, The contours of ministry in a postmodern age, 196-205; Alan Kreider, West Europe in missional perspective: themes from Mennonite mission, 1950-2004, 206-215; Neal Blough, Mission in Europe: reflecting on the missiological legacy of Wilbert Shenk, 216-222; Paul E. Pierson, Beyond sodalities and modalities: organizing for mission in the twenty-first century, 225-234; Darrell Whiteman, Wilbert Shenk and the American Society of Missiology, 235-239; James R. Krabill, Evangelical and ecumenical dimensions of walking with AICs, 240-247; John Driver, Unanticipated journey for sharing an Anabaptist and liberationist perspective on the Gospel, 248-256; Al Dueck, Member care, 257-265.

([dagger]) LIONEL, Joseph. From Vigilanti Cura to Aetatis Novae and the present times: evolution in the Church's teachings on social communication, Vidyajyoti 70 (8) 2006, 590-600. 62.

([dagger]) LITTLE, Christopher R. What makes mission Christian?, Mission Studies 22 (2) 2005, 207-226. 63.

([dagger]) MULLER, Klaus W. Glaube: Risiken und Nebenwirkungen, Evangelikale Missiologie 22 (1) 2006, 2-5.64.

OTT, Craig, NETLAND, Harold A. (eds.) Globalizing theology: belief and practice in an era of World Christianity. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2006. 382 pp. 0801031125. 65.

Wilbert R. Shenk, Foreword, 9-11; Craig Ott and Harold A. Netland, Preface, 12-13; Harold A. Netland, Introduction: Globalization and theology today, 14-34; Tite Tienou, Christian theology in an era of World Christianity, 37-51; Darrell L. Whiteman, Anthropological reflections on contextualizing theology in a globalizing world, 52-69; Andrew F. Walls, Globalization and the study of Christian History, 70-82; Kevin J. Vanhoozer, "One rule to rule them all?" Theological method in an era of World Christianity, 85-126; David K. Strong and Cynthia A. Strong, The globalizing hermeneutic of the Jerusalem Council, 127-139; Steve Strauss, Creeds, confessions, and global theologizing: a case study in comparative christologies, 140-156; Charles E. Van Engen, The glocal Church: locality and catholicity in a globalizing world, 157-179; Robert J. Priest, "Experience-near theologizing" in diverse human contexts, 180-195; M. Daniel Carroll R., The challenge of economic globalization for theology: from Latin America to a hermeneutics of responsibility, 199-212; Vinoth Ramachandra, Globalization, nationalism, and religious resurgence, 213-230; Eloise Hiebert Meneses, Bearing witness in Rome with theology from the whole Church: globalization, theology, and nationalism, 231-249; James E. Plueddemann, Theological implications of globalizing missions, 250-266; Lois McKinney Douglas, Globalizing theology and theological education, 267-287; Paul G. Hiebert, The missionary as mediator of global theologizing, 288-308; Craig Ott, Conclusion, 309-336.

([dagger]) PADILLA, C. Rene. Imperial globalization and integral mission, Princeton Seminary Bulletin 27 (1) 2006, 5-22. 66.

([dagger]) PUTHUSSERY, Shanthi Chacko. Deus caritas est = God is love, Vidyajyoti 70 (8) 2006, 584-589. 67.

On Pope Benedict XVI's encyclical Deus caritas est.

([dagger]) SANCHEZ, Leopoldo A. A missionary theology of the Holy Spirit: the Father's anointing of Christ and its implications for the Church in mission, Missio Apostolica 14 (1) 2006, 28-40. 68.

([dagger]) SHENK, Wilbert R. Mission in Anabaptist perspective, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 97-106. 69.

Responses by John A. Lapp and Ron Flaming.

([dagger]) SHENK, Wilbert R. Mission in global perspective, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 82-91. 70.

With responses by Jan Bender Shetler and Darrell Whiteman pp. 92-96

([dagger]) SLESSAREV-JAMIR, Helene. The mission of public theology in an age of empire, Missiology 36 (1) 2006, 31-40. 71.

([dagger]) STEENBRINK, Karel. De bisschoppelijke brief over missie in de eenentwintigste eeuw: getuigen van de hoop die in ons leeft, Wereld en Zending 35 (3) 2006, 86-89. 72.

([dagger]) UFFING, Martin. "Prophetischer Dialog", Verbum SVD 47 (1) 2006, 7-26. 73.

([dagger]) VORSTER, Johannes N. "And God became human": conversations within the humanities, Religion & Theology 12 (3-4) 2005, 239-261. 74.

([dagger]) WALLS, Andrew Finlay. Ecumenical missiology in Anabaptist perspective, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 191-198. 75.

([dagger]) YATES, Timothy. Reading John V. Taylor, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30 (3) 2006, 153-156. 76.

([dagger]) YU Chong Ho. Relative points of reference, free will and absolute pre-destination, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 41, 2006, 129-130. 77.

English abstract.

See also nos. 18, 35, 102, 113, 284, 324, 342, 390, 453, 456.

03.05.00 ECUMENISM

([dagger]) DARTEL, Geert van. De orthodoxe kerken in Porto Alegre, Wereld en Zending 35 (3) 2006, 37-45. 78.

([dagger]) GRUCHY, Steve de. Joseph Wing and the failures of church unity in South Africa, 1962-1992, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 124, 2006, 82-98. 79.

([dagger]) HOUTEPEN, Anton. De oecumenische ontwikkelingen in de periode 1993-2005, Wereld en Zending 35 (1) 2006, 77-95. 80.

([dagger]) IRVIN, Dale T. Ecumenical dislodgings, Mission Studies 22 (2) 2005, 187-205. 81.

([dagger]) TAVARD, George H. Hospitality as ecumenical paradigm, Centro Pro Unione 69, 2006, 9-19. 82.

See also nos. 3, 434.

03.07.00 LIBERATION AND POLITICAL THEOLOGIES

([dagger]) DRAPER, Jonathan A. Review article: Reading the Bible with the Damned, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 124, 2006, 99-108. 83.

Review of Reading the Bible with the Damned/by Bob Ekblad.- Louisville, Ky: Westminster/John Knox, 2005.

See also nos. 61, 288.

03.08.00 CONVERSION

([dagger]) GOOREN, Henri. Bekering als vorm van westerse cultuurkritiek, Wereld en Zending 35 (2) 2006, 23-38. 84.

([dagger]) GOOREN, Henri. The religious market model and conversion: towards a new approach, Exchange 35 (1) 2006, 39-60. 85.

([dagger]) HOUTEPEN, Anton. Conversion and the religious market: a theological perspective, Exchange 35 (1) 2006, 18-38. 86.

([dagger]) JANSEN, Mechteld, SAANE, Joke van. Bekering: relevantie en stand van zaken, Wereld en Zending 35 (2) 2006, 3-12. 87.

([dagger]) MARTIN, Bernice. Pentecostal conversion and the limits of the market metaphor, Exchange 35 (1) 2006, 61-91. 88.

([dagger]) NAUTA, Rein. Bekering: winst en verlies, Wereld en Zending 35 (2) 2006, 39-49. 89.

([dagger]) SENGERS, Erik. "Do you want to receive a missionary at home?" conversion and the religious market, Exchange 35 (1) 2006, 4-17. 90.

([dagger]) SPEELMAN, Ge. Continuity and discontinuity in conversion stories, Exchange 35 (3) 2006, 304-335.91.

([dagger]) WOHLRAB-SAHR, Monika. Paradigmatische benaderingen in de sociologie van bekering, Wereld en Zending 35 (2) 2006, 50-61.92.

See also nos. 94, 319, 323, 431, 441.

03.09.00 CHARISMATIC MOVEMENT AND PENTECOSTALISM

([dagger]) ANDERSON, Allan. Exorcism and conversion to African Pentecostalism, Exchange 35 (1) 2006, 116-133. 93.

([dagger]) MARTIN, David. Rescripting spiritual autobiography, Exchange 35 (1) 2006, 92-101. 94.

See also nos. 86, 88, 271, 276, 294-5, 308, 310, 431, 444.

04.00.00 RELIGION, RELIGIONS AND DIALOGUE

04.01.00 RELIGION IN GENERAL

([dagger]) DESJARDINS, Michel. Rethinking the study of gnosticism, Religion & Theology 12 (3-4) 2005, 370-384. 95.

([dagger]) HEEVER, Gerhard van den. Making mysteries: from the Untergang der Mysterien to imperial mysteries, social discourse in religion and the study of religion, Religion & Theology 12 (3-4) 2005, 262-307. 96.

([dagger]) MARTIN, Luther H. Aspects of "religious experience" among the Hellenistic mystery religions, Religion & Theology 12 (3-4) 2005, 349-369. 97.

([dagger]) MUKHOPADHYAYA, Ranjana. The internationalization of religious studies: international cooperation among research centers around the World, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 30, 2006, 9-15. 98.

([dagger]) PERKINS, Judith. Animal voices, Religion & Theology 12 (3-4) 2005, 385-396. 99.

([dagger]) VORSTER, Johannes N. "And God became human": conversations within the humanities, Religion & Theology 12 (3/4) 2005, 239-261. 100.

([dagger]) WELLMAN, Tennyson Jacob. Ancient mysteria and modern mystery cults, Religion & Theology 12 (3-4) 2005, 308-348. 101.

04.02.00 CHRISTIANITY AND OTHER FAITHS

([dagger]) ARIARAJAH, S. Wesley. Wider ecumenism: a Mutirao workshop, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 34-36. 102.

([dagger]) AROKIASAMY, Soosai. The charism and role of religious for building the local church through the ministry of interreligious dialogue, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (7/8) 2006, 220-225. 103.

([dagger]) BAKKER, Ineke. Gastvrijheid in een context van machtsverschillen, Wereld en Zending 35 (3) 2006, 12-25. 104.

([dagger]) BETHUNE, Pierre-Francois de. The challenge of interrelious dialogue, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (3/4) 2006, 79-85. 105.

([dagger]) CATHOLIC CHURCH. PONTIFICAL COUNCIL FOR INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE, WORLD COUNCIL OF CHURCHES. OFFICE ON INTERRELIGIOUS RELATIONS & DIALOGUE. Report from the Interreligious Consultation on "Conversion, assessing the reality", Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 46-47. 106.

([dagger]) DA SILVA, Francisco de Assis. Message to the Assembly, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 23. 107.

9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches.

([dagger]) FORS, Jan Olov. Mutual transformation: John Cobb's theology of religions and his dialogue with Buddhism, Swedish Missiological Themes 94 (1) 2006, 81-96. 108.

([dagger]) GMAINER-PRANZL, Franz. "Partitur des Unermesslichen" Der "Polylog der Religionen" als fundamental-theologische Herausforderung, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 90 (1-2) 2006, 101-121. 109.

([dagger]) GRIFFITHS, Leslie. Inter-faith and challenge, Pilgrim 26, 2005, 11-13. 110.

([dagger]) HASSAN BIN TALAL. Message of HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 15-18. 111.

9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches.

([dagger]) KARKKAINEN, Veli-Matti. How to speak of the Spirit among religions: trinitarian "rules" for a pneumatological theology of religions, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30 (3) 2006, 115-121. 112.

([dagger]) LOHR, Christy. Room for dialogue, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 40-45. 113.

([dagger]) MERAL, Ziya. Owning our past the right way: the place of the Crusades in today's inter-religious dialogue, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 240-247. 114.

([dagger]) PALLONNIL, Bigi Stephen. The distinctiveness of Christian ethics in a pluralistic context: II, Vidyajyoti 70 (5) 2006, 342-356. 115.

RAMBACHAN, Anantanand. Message to the Assembly, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 26-27. 116.

9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches.

([dagger]) SCATTOLIN, Giuseppe. Reflexiones sobre el diAlogo interreligioso, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 411-412, 2006, 1-23. 117.

([dagger]) UCKO, Agneta. Interfaith learning and ethics education: a Mutirao workshop, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 37-39. 118.

([dagger]) WEISSMAN, Deborah. Message to the assembly: greetings, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 19-20. 119.

9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches.

([dagger]) WILLIAMS, Rowan. Christian identity and religious pluralism, Current Dialogue 47, 6-10. 120.

Responses by Anna May Chain pp. 11-12 and Assad Elias Kattan pp. 13-14.

([dagger]) YAMANOI, Katsunori. Message to the Assembly, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 21-22. 121.

9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches.

See also nos. 57-8, 73, 114, 133, 176, 181, 245, 341, 387, 427.

04.04.00 BUDDHISM

([dagger]) HAUG, Kari Storstein. Did Jesus teach about wisdom and kamma? A critical analysis of a Buddhist Bible interpretation, Swedish Missiological Themes 94 (1) 2006, 55-79. 122.

([dagger]) HUTTER, Manfred. Mystik im Buddhismus, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 90 (1-2) 2006, 65-76. 123.

See also nos. 108, 121.

04.05.00 CHINESE RELIGIONS

([dagger]) BING Gong Zhe. Christianity, God, Taoism, and Dao, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 41, 2006, 76-77. 124.

An abstract.

([dagger]) ROBERT, Jean-Noel. Hieroglossia: a proposal, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 30, 2006, 25-48. 125.

([dagger]) YAO, Kevin Xiyi. The change of views of Protestant missionaries toward Chinese traditional religions, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 41, 2006, 40-41. 126.

An abstract.

([dagger]) YEUNG, Jason H. From philosophy to religion: the transformation of Taoism in the early Hans dynasty, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 41, 2006, 67-68. 127.

English abstract.

04.06.00 HINDUISM

([dagger]) AMALADASS, Anand. Die Mystische Dimension des Hinduismus, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 90 (1-2) 2006, 77-87. 128.

([dagger]) BAKKER, Freel L. The Hindu-Christian dialogue in Europe: the case of the Netherlands, Dharma Deepika 10 (2) 2006, 23-37. 129.

([dagger]) DEVASIA, M. A. The frontiers of Revelation (sruti) and reason (tarka): hermeneutic contours of Brahman-inquiry in Adi Samkara, Vidyajyoti 70 (6) 2006, 433-447. 130.

([dagger]) KOMULAINEN, Jyri. Raimon Panikkar's cosmotheandrism theologizing at the meeting point of Hinduism and Christianity, Exchange 35 (3) 2006, 278-303. 131.

([dagger]) LORANCE, Cody C. Holistic spiritual conflict in a folk Hindu context, Dharma Deepika 10 (2) 2006, 55-67. 132.

([dagger]) ROBINSON, Bob. Christian-Hindu dialogue: are there persuasive Biblical and theological reasons for it? A critical assessment, Dharma Deepika 10 (2) 2006, 7-22. 135.

STEPHEN, Abraham. The social philosophy of Swami Vivekananda: its relevance to modern India. Delhi: ISPCK, 2005. xviii, 342 pp. 8172148437. 134.

See also nos. 116, 271.

04.08.00 ISLAM

([dagger]) AL SALIMI, Abdullah, Sheikh. Keynote address American Society of Missiology annual meeting June 18, 2005, Missiology 34 (1) 2006, 5-13. 135.

([dagger]) AL-YOUSUF, Heather. Negotiating faith and identity in Muslim-Christian marriages in Britain, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (3) 2006, 317-329. 136.

([dagger]) AMMAH, Rabiatu. Building God's peace and justice together, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (3/4) 2006, 91-95. 137.

([dagger]) Como oro molido, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 408, 2006, 1-15. 138.

([dagger]) ELSAS, Christoph. Rumis Mystik: ein fur friedliche Religionskontakte interessanter Ausschnitt einer Phanomenologie des Islam, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft and Religionswissenschaft 90 (1-2) 2006, 49-64. 139.

([dagger]) FATEMI, S. Mohammad Ghari S. Autonomy and equal right to divorce with specific reference to Shi'i Fiqh and the Iranian legal system, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (3) 2006, 281-294. 140.

([dagger]) FLETCHER, Madeleine. How can we understand Islamic law today? Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (2) 2006, 159-172. 141.

([dagger]) GAUDEUL, J. M. Hacia una nueva exegesis coranica?, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 409, 2006, 1-16. 142.

([dagger]) HOOVER, Jon. Ibn Taymiyya as an Avicennan theologian: a Muslim approach to God's self-sufficiency, Near East School of Theology Theological Review 27 (1) 2006, 34-46. 143.

([dagger]) JOHNSTONE, Penelope. On the straight path: women in Islam, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (3/4) 2006, 86-91. 144.

([dagger]) JOSUA, Hanna. Ibrahim, Khalil Allah: eine Anfrage an die Abrahamische Okumene, Evangelikale Missiologie 22 (1) 2006, 6-12. 145.

([dagger]) KAHTERAN, Nevad. Philosophia Perennis in the Bosnian spirit, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 30, 2006, 49-54. 146.

([dagger]) KHIR, Bustami Mohamed. The right of women to no-fault divorce in Islam and its application by British Muslims, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (3) 2006, 295-306. 147.

([dagger]) KUSRIN, Zuliza Mohd. Conversion to Islam in relation to divorce in Malaysian family law, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (3) 2006, 307-315. 148.

([dagger]) SALAS MARTINEZ, Jesus. Que significa para mi la expresion: Jesus hijo de Dios, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 410, 2006, 1-15. 149.

([dagger]) SIRRIYEH, Elizabeth. Muslims dreaming of Christians, Christians dreaming of Muslims: images from medieval dream interpretation, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (2) 2006, 207-221. 150.

([dagger]) SUKIDI. Max Weber's remarks on Islam: the Protestant ethic among Muslim Puritans, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (2) 2006, 195-205. 151.

([dagger]) TIRIMANNA, Vimal. The cartoon controversy: right to freedom of expression or duty to respect others? Vidyajyoti 70 (5) 2006, 357-373. 152.

([dagger]) WIEGERS, Gerard. De Lahore-Ahmadiyya als missionaire beweging in Nederland, Wereld en Zending 35 (1) 2006, 19-32. 153.

([dagger]) YAHYA, Harun. Uniting against radicalism, Al-Mushir 47 (3) 2005, 117-120. 154.

See also nos. 46, 61, 84, 91, 111, 117, 175-8, 292, 297, 319, 328, 387, 392, 417, 423, 430, 442.

04.10.00 Japanese Religion

([dagger]) RHODES, Robert F. The beginning of Pure Land Buddhism in Japan: from its introduction through the Nara period, Japanese Religions 31 (1) 2006, 1-22. 155.

See also nos. 125, 399.

04.11.00 JUDAISM

([dagger]) FLEMING, Suzanne Brown. Faith, action and inaction during the Holocaust, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (2) 2006, 20-23. 156.

([dagger]) MAIER, Johann. Judische Mystik, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 90 (1-2) 2006, 28-48. 157.

See also nos. 145, 119, 392, 433.

04.13.00 PRIMAL RELIGIONS

([dagger]) DELGADO, Mariano. Christliche Mystik Exemplarisch dargestellt anhand der Kirchenlehrerin Teresa von Avila und des Kirchenlehrers Johannes von Kreuz, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 90 (1-2) 2006, 5-27. 158.

([dagger]) TARINGA, Nisbert. How environmental is African traditional religion? Exchange 35 (2) 2006, 191-214. 159.

See also nos. 220, 271, 283, 309, 385.

04.15.00 POST-CHRISTIAN RELIGION

See no. 327.

04.17.00 NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS

See nos. 61, 271, 290, 448.

05.00.00 THE CONTEXT OF MISSION--ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY

05.01.00 ENVIRONMENT, ECOLOGY, AND HUMAN LIFE

05.01.01 Environment and Ecology

([dagger]) CHANDRANKUNNEL, Mathew. Biotechnology, hope or horror? Dharma Deepika 10 (1) 2006, 65-84. 160.

([dagger]) KOZHAMTHADAM, Job. The genetic revolution, the developing world and the need for a new ethics, Dharma Deepika 10 (1) 2006, 39-47. 161.

See also no. 159.

05.01.03 Life, Ethics of Life

([dagger]) AZARIAH, Jayapaul. Emerging Biblical insights in bioethics, Dharma Deepika 10 (1) 2006, 5-23. 162.

([dagger]) MACER, Darryl. Privacy, openness, and obligations of personal human genetic data, Dharma Deepika 10 (1) 2005, 85-95. 163.

([dagger]) PANDIKATTU, Kurvilla. Possibility of physical immortality through mind uploading: a crucial challenge to civilisation, Dharma Deepika 10 (1) 2006, 49-56. 164.

([dagger]) SOLOMON, Darius G. Bioethics and occupational health, Dharma Deepika 10 (1) 2006, 25-38. 165.

([dagger]) THARIEN, A. K. Sanctity of human life: ethical issues, Dharma Deepika 10 (1) 2006, 57-64. 166.

05.02.00 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DIMENSIONS

05.02.01 Social Order, Social Change

([dagger]) KENMOGNE, Jean-Blaise. Les Eglises dans la dynamique du developpement: Qu'ont-elles fait et que peuvent-elles faire encore? SEDOS Bulletin 38 (7/8) 2006, 214-219. 167.

See also nos. 383, 458.

05.02.02 Women in Society and in the Church

([dagger]) CHABERT, Yvette. Oser une alliance pour la mission, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (3/4) 2006, 51-56. 168.

([dagger]) JOHNSSON, Lennart. "Us" and "Them" from a missionary point of view Swedish-American gender discourses in the early 20th century, Swedish Missiological Themes 94 (2) 2006, 163-183. 169.

([dagger]) KEIM, Christine. Mission und Menschenbild: eine weibliche Perspektive, Zeitschrift fur Mission 32 (1-2) 2006, 48-61. 170.

([dagger]) MARTIN, Camilla. Des femmes "actrices" a part entiere, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (1/2) 2006, 247-252. 171.

([dagger]) NISSEN, Johannes. Mission und Menschenbild: eine biblische Perspektive, Zeitschrift fur Mission 32 (1-2) 2006, 26-47. 172.

([dagger]) SHAKIR, Naeem. Gender justice: a theological and cultural perspective, Al-Mushir 46 (3) 2004, 85-95. 173.

([dagger]) VORSTER, N. Human dignity and sexual behaviours: a theological perspective, Verbum et Ecclesia 26 (3) 2005, 891-911. 174.

See also nos. 40, 44, 48, 59, 144, 293, 297, 305, 401, 443.

05.02.03 Marriage and the Family

([dagger]) AMOS, Clare. Marriage and its alternatives: an Anglican perspective, yesterday and today, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (3) 2006, 269-279. 175.

([dagger]) BIRTWISTLE, Rosalind. Daylight and darkness: images of Christians in mixed marriages, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (3) 2006, 331-342. 176.

([dagger]) NETO, R. F. Leao. Methodists between Holy Scripture and the Holy Spirit? Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 7 (3) 2006, 355-366. 177.

([dagger]) WOODS, Timothy. Marriage after divorce: the challenge for the Church of England, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (3) 2006, 343-354. 178.

See also nos. 136-140, 147-8.

05.02.04 Children

([dagger]) SKELLIE, Phil. On living sacrifices, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 380-384. 179.

05.02.06 Culture and Anthropology

([dagger]) CHINCHEN, Del. Photo sensitivity: looking through the lens of the local people, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 250-252. 180.

([dagger]) MORTENSEN, Viggo. Mission und Menschenbild: unterwegs zu einem multidimensionalen Missionsbegriff, Zeitschrift fur Mission 32 (1-2) 2006, 9-25. 181.

([dagger]) HURTEAU, Robert. Navigating the limitations of western approaches to the intercultural encounter: the works of Walter Ong and Harry Triandis, Missiology 34 (2) 2006, 201-217. 182.

([dagger]) WHITEMAN, Darrell L. The role of ethnicity and culture in shaping western mission agency identity, Missiology 36 (1) 2006, 59-70. 183.

See also nos. 173, 185, 213, 236, 239, 246, 273, 316-7, 328-9, 340, 342, 350, 364, 427, 453.

05.02.07 Race and Ethnicity

See nos. 183, 267, 303, 445.

05.02.08 The Arts and Literature (see also 07.09.00)

([dagger]) KINGSOLVER, Barbara. Conversations, Missiology 36 (2) 2006, 239-241. 184.

See also no. 398.

05.02.09 Science and Technology

([dagger]) SHUTTE, Augustine. Conceptualising Christian faith in a scientific and secular culture, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 124, 2006, 33-55. 185.

See also nos. 216, 219.

05.03.00 ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS

05.03.01 The World Economic Order

([dagger]) GOUDZWAARD, Bob. Globalisering als missionaire uitdaging, Wereld en Zending 35 (3) 2006, 26-36. 186.

([dagger]) VANKRUNKELSVEN, Luc. Globalisering, landbouw en voedsel, Wereld en Zending 35 (3) 2006, 46-56. 187.

See also nos. 275, 280, 344.

05.03.02 Wealth and Poverty

See no. 410.

05.03.03 Development

([dagger]) HELM, Franz. Zwischen neoliberaler Globalisierung und Armutsbekampfung: der EU-Lateinamerika-Karibik-Gipfel und der Alternativen-Gipfel in Wien, Verbum SVD 47 (2) 2006, 183-201. 188.

05.04.00 POLITICAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS

05.04.01 The State, Church-State and Mission-State Relations

([dagger]) FRESTON, Paul. Evangelical protestantism and democratization in contemporary Latin America and Asia, Democratization 11 (4) 2004, 21-41. 189.

([dagger]) SHAH, Timothy Samuel. The Bible and the ballot box: evangelicals and democracy in the "Global South", SAIS Review 24 (2) 2004, 117-132. 190.

See also nos. 58, 198, 300, 320, 348, 355-7, 360, 363, 368, 373, 377, 387, 389, 394, 425, 435, 437, 446.

05.04.02 Justice and Human Rights

([dagger]) GRAF, F. W. The controversial universality of individual human rights, Verbum et Ecclesia 26 (3) 2005, 700-717. 191.

RAZU, I. John Mohan, PATTEL-GRAY, Anne (eds). Struggle for human rights: towards a new humanity: 1: Biblical perspectives: 2: Theological and ethical perspectives . Nagpur: National Council of Churches in India, Urban Rural Mission, 2000. 2 v. 192.

See also nos. 152, 198, 359, 395.

05.04.03 Colonial and Imperial Rule

([dagger]) MARTIN, David. Missions and empire: review article, Journal of Religion in Africa 36 (2) 2006, 224-230. 193.

On: Missions and Empire/edited by Norman Etherington.- Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005 and Indigenous Peoples and Religious Change/edited by Peggy Brock (Studies in Christian Mission).- Leiden: Brill, 2005.

See also nos. 47, 274.

05.04.05 Peace, War and Conflict

([dagger]) MARTHOZ, Jean-Paul. La violence dans les medias, le refus de penser, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (1/2) 2006, 263-265. 194.

([dagger]) MENAMPARAMPIL, Thomas. Searching for ways of peace: 1, Vidyajyoti 70 (3) 2006, 166-182. 195.

([dagger]) MENAMPARAMPIL, Thomas. Searching for ways of peace: II, Vidyajyoti 70 (4) 2006, 268-278. 196.

See also nos. 16, 31, 61, 222, 283, 291, 299, 324, 374, 396, 422.

05.04.06 Migration, Refugees and Minority Groups

([dagger]) SHEPHERD, Andrew. An Algerian and Aotearoa: global aliens and strangers and the ethic of hospitality, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 35, 2006, 4-11. 197.

See also nos. 61,306, 376, 382.

06.00.00 THE STRUCTURE OF MISSION--CHURCH AND MISSION

06.01.00 THE CHURCH

06.01.01 Nature and Structure of the Church

GIBB, Richard. Grace and global justice: the socio-political mission of the Church in an age of globalization/foreword by Bruce Milne (Paternoster Theological Monographs). Carlisle: Paternoster, 2006. xviii, 248 pp. 198.

([dagger]) GRUCHY, John W. de. Re-forming congregations in a time of global change toward a kenotic ecclesiology, Princeton Seminary Bulletin 27 (1) 2006, 51-66. 199.

([dagger]) HOURANI, Benjamin T. Standing against futurelessness: the Church rescuing the futures of us all? Near East School of Theology Theological Review 27 (1) 2006, 3-15.200.

([dagger]) MAYS, David. Six challenges for the Church in Missions, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 304-315. 201.

([dagger]) MORTA, Alice Ross T. Shopping for a new religion, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (855) 2006, 565-572. 202.

([dagger]) QUINN, Francis A. A looming crisis of faith, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (855) 2006, 573-580. 203.

([dagger]) STAFFORD, Tim. The Church, why bother?, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (855) 2006, 551-546. 204.

See no. 307.

06.01.02 The Local Church

See no. 103.

06.01.03 International Relations Between Churches

([dagger]) RANDRIANASOLO, Joseph. The usefulness of the Lutheran Confessions in the African world, Dialog 45 (2) 2006, 127-131. 205.

06.01.06 Ministry

([dagger]) GUTZLER, Antoinette. Journeying to the other side: beyond previously accepted boundaries, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (3/4) 2006, 57-64. 206.

([dagger]) MCCLOSKEY, John. Priests for the third millennium, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (855) 2006, 581-594. 207.

([dagger]) TIRIMANNA, Vimal. Are religious superiors called to be "politically correct"? Review for Religious 65 (2) 2006, 166-176. 208.

See also no. 212.

06.02.00 MISSIONS AND THE MISSIONARY

06.02.01 Structure of Mission Agencies

([dagger]) ESCOBAR, Samuel. Mission from everywhere to everyone: the home base in a new century, http://www.towards2010.org.uk/downloads/t2010paper06escobar.pdf. 209.

Paper from the Towards 2010 series in Edinburgh October 2006.

06.02.03 Missions from non-Western Countries

([dagger]) DICKERSON, Lonna. Teaching English to missionaries! Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 192-198. 210.

([dagger]) DOWNEY, Steven. Partnership re-visited, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 200-202. 211.

06.02.04 The Missionary, Missionary Vocation

([dagger]) BOWERS, Robert. Keeping nationalization in perspective, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 176-180. 212.

([dagger]) DANIELS, Gene. Leadership on the move: from one culture to the next, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 158-163. 213.

([dagger]) DANIELS, Gene. Receive or use, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 358-362. 214.

([dagger]) O'DONNELL, Kelly. Upgrading member care: five stones for ethical practice, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 344-355. 215.

([dagger]) SOMMER, Donald. Integrating technology in leadership training, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 166-173. 216.

See also nos. 179, 211, 333.

06.02.05 Missionary Training and Preparation

See no. 286.

06.03.00 FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF CHURCH AND MISSION

([dagger]) NELSON, Kurt. The effective use of financial resources in missions partnerships: reducing the dangers of financial dependency, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 228-236. 217.

See also nos. 61, 381.

07.00.00 THE PRACTICE OF MISSION-FORMS OF MINISTRY AND WITNESS

07.02.00 COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA

([dagger]) GOH, Robbie B. H. The Internet and Christianity in Asia: cultural trends, structures and transformations, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 29 (4) 2005, 831-848. 218.

See also nos. 194, 329, 354, 447.

07.03.00 DIAKONIA--THE PRINCIPLES OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE

07.04.00 EDUCATION

07.04.01 Educational Practice

([dagger]) GIDDY, Patrick. Common features in the structure of inquiry in science and in religion: a way forward in teaching religion in a multicultural school environment, Journal of Religion in Africa 124, 2006, 56-69. 219.

See also nos. 332, 349, 369, 371, 382, 391.

07.05.00 EVANGELISM

07.05.01 Evangelism in General

See no. 339.

07.05.04 Urban Evangelism

See no. 71.

07.06.00 HEALTH, MEDICINE, HEALING

([dagger]) BALCOMB, Anthony. Sex, sorcery, and stigma--probing some no-go areas of the denial syndrome in the AIDS debate, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 125, 2006, 104-114. 220.

([dagger]) BAXTER, Elizabeth, BAXTER, Stanley. The Centre for Health and Pastoral Care with the Centre for the Study of Theology and Health, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 107-111. 221.

([dagger]) CARR, Karen. Healing the wounds of trauma: how the Church can help, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 318-323. 222.

([dagger]) COCHRANE, James R. Conceptualising religious health assets redemptively, Religion & Theology 13 (1) 2006, 107-119. 223.

([dagger]) COCHRANE, James R. Religion, public health and a Church for the 21st century, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 59-72. 224.

([dagger]) CONRADIE, Ernst M. Healing in soteriological perspective, Religion & Theology 13 (1) 2006, 3-22. 225.

([dagger]) CURRAT, Louis J. The global health situation in the 21st century: aspects from the global forum on health research and the World Health Organization in Geneva, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 7-20. 226.

([dagger]) DOHN, Michael N., DOHN, Anita L. Short-term medical teams: what they do well and not so well, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 216-224. 227.

([dagger]) FIEDLER, Klaus. Die Moral antiretrovirer Behandlung, Evangelikale Missiologie 22 (2) 2006, 49-60. 228.

([dagger]) GUNKEL, Joachim. The tradition of a medical-theological dialogue in Schleswig, International Review of Muslim 95 (376/377) 2006, 89-91. 229.

([dagger]) HADDAD, Beverly. "We pray but we cannot heal": theological challenges posed by the HIV/AIDS crisis, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 125, 2006, 80-90. 230.

([dagger]) KABUE, Samuel. Disability and the healing mission of the Church, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 112-116. 231.

([dagger]) KNUTH, Hans Christian. Christian responsibility in medicine and society: the Church and the health system in the context of the (Northern) European social states, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 78-88. 232.

([dagger]) KOOPMAN, Nico. Curing or caring? Theological comments on healing, Religion & Theology 13 (1) 2006, 38-53. 233.

([dagger]) LAAR, Wout van. Churches as healing communities: impulses from the South for an integral understanding of healing, Exchange 35 (2) 2006, 226-241. 234.

[dagger] MAGEZI, Vhurnani, LOUW, Daniel J. Congregational home-based pastoral care: merging the African family and Church family systems for effective HIV ministry, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 125, 2006, 64-79. 235.

[dagger] MWAURA, Philomena Njeri. The anthropological dimension of a patient's treatment: a response to Prof. Bernard Ugeux, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 136-142. 236.

Bernard Ugeux, The anthropological dimension of a patient's treatment, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 128-135

[dagger] NTSIMANE, Radikobo. To disclose or not to disclose: an appraisal of the memory box project as a safe space for disclosure of HIV positive status, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 125, 2006, 7-20.237.

[dagger] ONYINAH, Opoku. God's grace, healing and suffering, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 117-127. 238.

[dagger] OOMMEN, John. Some reflections on culture and health: a response to Prof. Bernard Ugeux, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 143-150. 239.

Bernard Ugeux, The anthropological dimension of a patient's treatment, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 128-135

[dagger] RICHARDSON, Neville. A call for care: HIV/AIDS challenges the Church, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 125, 2006, 38-50. 240.

[dagger] RUIZ, Brenda Consuelo. Mental health and the churches: the story of Lucrecia, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 104-106. 241.

[dagger] SCHMID, Barbara. AIDS discourses in the Church: what we say and what we do, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 125, 2006, 91-103. 242.

[dagger] SHOKO, Tabona. Chita Chezvipo Zvemoto: St Agnes Anglican Mission Spiritual Healing Centre in Zimbabwe, Swedish Missiological Themes 94 (2) 2006, 207-225. 243.

[dagger] STEINITZ, Lucy Y. Meeting the challenge with God on our side: churches and faith-based organizations confront the AIDS pandemic in Namibia, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 92-103. 244.

[dagger] THARYAN, Prathap, BRAGANZA, Deepa, JEBARAJ, Prasanna. Mental health as a key issue in the future of global health developments, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 36-49. 245.

[dagger] UGEUX, Bernard. The anthropological dimension of a patient's treatment, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 128-135. 246.

Responses by Philomena Njeri Mwaura pp. 136-142 and John Oommen pp. 143-150.

[dagger] VOSLOO, Robert. Body and health in the light of the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Religion & Theology (1) 2006, 22-37. 247.

[dagger] VRIES, Christina de. Why do churches need to continue to struggle for health for all? International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 21-35.248.

[dagger] WERNER, Dietrich. The World Council of Churches' concern for health, healing and mission, and the heritage of Breklum's mission history, International Review of Mission 95 (376/377) 2006, 73-77. 249.

[dagger] WEST, Gerald, ZENGELE, Bongi. The medicine of God's word: what people living with HIV and AIDS want (and get) from the Bible, Journal of Theology from Southern Africa 125, 2006, 51-63. 250.

See also nos. 25, 36, 93, 165, 174, 296, 301, 304-5, 310, 347, 352-3, 419.

07.07.00 LINGUISTICS, TRANSLATION, SCRIPTURE DISTRIBUTION

[dagger] MUHLHAUSLER, Beverly S., MUHLHAUSLER, Peter. Simple English in the South Seas Evangelical Mission: social context and linguistic attributes, Language Problems & Language Planning 21 (1) 2005, 1-30. 251.

See also nos. 302, 317, 325.

07.08.00 LITERACY, LITERATURE

See no. 17.

07.09.00 Music, THE ARTS, ARCHITECTURE

[dagger] VOLGA. Ideology and the architecture of performance, Al-Mushir 47 (3) 2005, 99-115. 252.

See also nos. 54, 310, 414, 419, 445.

07.10.00 PASTORAL ACTIVITY AND CHRISTIAN FORMATION

[dagger] CARTER, Richard. What do the simple folk do: a Lutheran doctrine of vocation as mission work, Missio Apostolica 14 (1) 2006, 50-57. 253.

[dagger] DUEWEKE, Robert. Pastoral de Conjunto: some considerations toward a spirituality, Mission 13 (1) 2006, 99-112. 254. 07.11.00 RELIEF

[dagger] DULA, Peter, WEAVER, Alain Epp. MCC, intervention, and "humanitarianism", Mission Focus 13, 2005, 68-81. 255. See also nos. 331, 402, 457.

07.13.00 SPIRITUALITY, RENEWAL, LIFE-STYLE

[dagger] DUNCAN, Graham A. Presbyterian spirituality in southern Africa, Scottish Journal of Theology 56 (4) 2003, 387-403. 256.

[dagger] LENCHAK, Timothy A. Lectio Divina and prophetic dialogue, Verbum SVD 47 (1) 2006, 51-55. 257.

[dagger] PEDERSEN, Kusumita. Spirituality beyond the boundaries of religion: a Mutirao workshop, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 29-33. 258.

[dagger] PENG-KELLER, Simon. Prasenzschau in Versunkenheit und Ekstase Carl Albrechts Phanomenologie der Mystik, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 90 (1-2) 2006, 88-100. 259.

[dagger] SCHALUCK, Hermann. Disciples of Jesus: bearers of compassion, peace and hope in our world, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (7/8) 2006, 203-213. 260.

See also nos. 254, 305, 452.

07.14.00 THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

[dagger] CALEB Sunil. Theological education in India, Pilgrim 26, 2005, 16-20. 261.

[dagger] STARCHER, Rich. A really useful theological doctorate for Africa, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 206-213. 262.

[dagger] WHITEMAN, Darrell, HANCILES, Jehu, STAMOOLIS, James, SAWATSKY, Walter. Forum: mission studies in theological education: current directions, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 174-190. 263.

[dagger] WU Bing. Grow in stature and wisdom: on Chinese theological education, Chinese Theological Review 19, 2005, 85-99. 264.

See also nos. 65, 312, 358, 413, 426.

07.15.00 WORSHIP, LITURGY, PRAYER

[dagger] BEDIAKO, Gillian M. "Be Thou my vision": the Lorica and early Irish Christian worship in African perspective, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (2) 2005, 46-52. 265.

[dagger] DE CLERCK, Paul. Une theologie de l'eucharistie pour le 3e millenaire, Centro Pro Unione 67, 2006, 3-8.266.

See also nos. 276-7, 282, 287, 289.

08.00.00 AFRICA

08.01.00 AFRICA IN GENERAL

[dagger] ALTENA, Thorsten. Das Menschenbild deutscher Missionare im kolonialen Zeitalter am Beispiel Afrikas: eine historische Perspektive, Zeitschfirt fur Mission 32 (1-2) 2005, 62-79.267.

[dagger] BYARUHANGA, Christopher. The legacy of Bishop Frank Weston of Zanzibar 1871-1924 in the global South Anglicanism, Exchange 35 (3) 2006, 255-269. 268.

[dagger] GATHOGO, Julius Mutugi. African hospitality: is it compatible with the ideal Christ's hospitality? Swedish Missiological Themes 94 (1) 2006, 23-53. 269.

[dagger] HARRIES, Jim. Good-by-default and evil in Africa, Missiology 34 (2) 2006, 151-164. 270.

SCHJORRING, Jens Holger, KOSCHORKE, Klaus (eds.). International Munich-Freising Conference on the History of Christianity in the Non-Western World 3rd September 15-17, 2004. African Identities and World Christianity in the twentieth century: proceedings of the Third International Munich-Freising Conference on the history of Christianity in the Non-Western World, September 15-17, 2004 (Studies in the History of Christianity in the Non-Western World; 10). Wiesbaden: Harrossowitz Verlag, 2005. 284 pp. 3447053313. 271.

Klaus Koschorke, Introduction, 9-17; Ogbu U. Kalu, A trail of ferment in African Christianity: Ethiopianism, Prophetism and Pentecostalism, 19-47; Kevin Ward, African identities in the historic "Mainline Churches": a case study of the negotiation of local and global within African Anglicanism, 49-62; Allan Anderson, African Independent Churches and global Pentecostalism: historical connections and common identities, 63-76; "African cry": Anmerkungen zur Entstehungsgeschichte einer kontextuellen Befreiungstheologie in Afrika = "African cry" Remarks on the genesis of a contextual theology of liberation in Africa, 77-100; Amele Adamavi-Aho Ekue, Troubled but not destroyed: the development of African theologies and the paradigm of the "Theology of reconstruction", 101-112; Klaus Hock, Appropriated vibrancy, "immediacy" as formative element in African theologies, 113-126; Adrian Hermann, Das Alte Testament und die Entstehung Afrikanischer Unabhangiger Kirchen im Malawl der 1920er Jahre = The Old Testament and the formation of African Independent Churches in 1920s' Malawi, 127-139; Georges Razafindrakoto and Knut Holter, Challenging the Christian monopoly on the Bible: an aspect of the encounter between Christianity and Malagasy traditional religion in contemporary Madagascar, 141-148; Knut Hoher, The first generation of African Old Testament scholars: African concerns and western influence, 149-163; Brian Stanley, Africa through European Christian eyes: The World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910, 165-180; Ezra Chitando, Missionary attitudes towards African traditional religions and Hinduism: a comparative survey, 181-197; Ezra Gebremedhin, "Let there be light!": aspects of the Swedish missionary venture in Eritrea and their implications for political awareness, 1866-1962, 199-213; Hartmut Hehmann, Twentieth-century German Protestant views of African Christianity, 215-223; Afe Adogame, African Instituted Churches in Europe: continuity and transformation, 225-244; Roland Spliesgart, Afrikaner auf beiden Seiten des Atlantiks: Fremdheit als Identitat = Africans on both sides of the Atlantic: alterity as identity, 245-264; Klaus Koschorke, History of Christianity in Africa and Asia in comparative perspective, 265-281.

[dagger] JENKINS, Paul. Four thousand forgotten generations: the Longue Duree in African history challenges mission, theology and piety, Mission Studies 22 (2) 2005, 249-265. 272.

[dagger] KALLANCHIRA, Joseph. Unearthing biblical wisdom in African proverbs, Verbum SVD 47 (1) 2006, 69-80. 273.

[dagger] LEISTNER, Erich. Christliche Mission und Kolonialherrschaft: Urheber von Afrikas Rtickstandigkeit? Evangelikale Missiologie 22 (1) 2006, 20-30. 274.

[dagger] VAN ES, Rowland. Lady Wisdom and Dame Folly in the contemporary marketplace: wise and foolish economic actors in Africa today, AICMAR Bulletin 4, 2005, 15-44. 275.

See also nos. 47, 61, 93, 174, 205, 222-224, 235, 242, 262, 265.

08.02.00 AFRICAN THEOLOGIES

[dagger] ASAMOAH-GYADU, J. Kwabena. "Signs of the Spirit": worship as experience in African Pentecostalism, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (2) 2005, 17-24. 276.

[dagger] BEDIAKO, Kwame. Worship as vital participation: some personal reflections on ministry in the African Church, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (2) 2005, 3-7. 277.

[dagger] CLARKE, Clifton R. Towards a functional christology among AICs in Ghana, Mission Studies 22 (2) 2005, 287-318. 278.

EKEM, John D. Kwamena. New Testament concepts of atonement in an African pluralistic setting/foreword by J. S. Pobee and epilogue by K. A. Dickson . Accra: SonLife Press, 2005. ix, 148 pp. 15 [pounds sterling]. 9988640250. 279.

Copies can be obtained from Margaret Acton, CSCNWW, New College, University of Edinburgh EH1 2LX.

[dagger] GALGALO, Joseph D. African Christians and the contemporary market place: materialism and a theology of moderation, AICMAR Bulletin 4, 2005, 1-14. 280.

[dagger] KASAMBALA, Amon Eddie. Empowering as a missional concept vs. empowerment as a political ideology, Mission Studies 22 (2) 2005, 267-285.281.

[dagger] LARYEA, Philip T. Christian worship in the African context: the legacy of Ephraim Amu (1899-1995), Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (2) 2005, 25-34. 282.

[dagger] MEIRING, A. M. From Christianity to African religion and back again, Verbum et Ecclesia 36 (3) 2005, 718-739. 283.

[dagger] MWAURA, Philomena Njeri. Integrity of mission in the light of the Gospel: bearing witness of the Spirit among Africa's gospel bearers, Exchange 35 (2) 2006, 169-190. 284.

[dagger] OKALLA, Joseph-Marie Ndi. Revelation Judeo-Chretienne et "Christologie Africaine", Verbum SVD 47 (2) 2006, 151-162. 285.

[dagger] OLIKENYI, Greg. Formation for mission in the African context, Verbum SVD 47 (2) 2006, 163-181. 286.

[dagger] QUARSHIE, B. Y. Is African Christian worship "a joyful noise to the Lord"? Some perspectives from 1 Corinthians, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (2) 2005, 8-16. 287.

[dagger] THOMAS, Norman E. Authentic indigenization and liberation in the theology of Canaan Sodindo Banana, 1936-2003, of Zimbabwe, Mission Studies 22 (2) 2005, 319-332. 288.

[dagger] TSHEHLA, Maarman S. Thuto and worship among nineteenth Basotho: an initial exploration of selected early witness, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (2) 2005, 35-45. 289.

See also nos. 225, 230, 269, 271-2.

08.03.00 AFRICAN INSTITUTED CHURCHES

[dagger] TOGARASEI, Lovemore. The "birth" of a prophet: Andrew Wutawunashe's break from the Reformed Church in Zimbabwe, formerly Dutch Reformed Church, Exchange 35 (2) 2006, 215-225. 290.

See also nos. 61, 270-1,278.

08.08.00 SOUTHERN AFRICA

[dagger] NOLTE-SCHAMM, Claudia. The African traditional ritual of cleansing the chest of grudges as a ritual of reconciliation, Religion & Theology 13 (1) 2006, 90-106. 291.

See also no. 256.

08.09.00 WEST AFRICA

[dagger] LOUA, Hyacinthe. Le dialogue islamo-chretien en Afrique de l'Ouest, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (7/8) 2006, 226-229. 292.

See also no. 45.

08.11.00 POLITICAL UNITS

08.11.01 Algeria

See no. 197.

08.11.15 Egypt

See no. 432.

08.11.18 Gabon

[dagger] RICH, Jeremy. My matrimonial bureau: masculine concerns and Presbyterian mission evangelization in the Gabon Estuary, c. 1900-1915, Journal of Religion in Africa 36 (2) 2006, 200-223. 293.

08.11.20 Ghana

[dagger] OMENYO, Cephas N. A comparative analysis of the development intervention of Protestant and Charismatic/Pentecostal organizations in Ghana, Swedish Missiological Themes 94 (1) 2006, 5-22. 294.

[dagger] OMENYO, Cephas N. Opnieuw genoren (born again) binnen het christendom in Ghana, Wereld en Zending 35 (2) 2006, 62-73. 295.

See also nos. 278, 282.

08.11.24 Kenya

See also no. 270.

08.11.28 Madagascar

[dagger] RICH, Cynthia Holder. Spirits and the Spirit: the ministry of Madagascar's healing shepherds, Religion & Theology 13 (1) 2006, 54-71. 296.

See also no. 272.

08.11.29 Malawi

See no. 272.

08.11.35 Mozambique

[dagger] BONATE, Liazzat J. K. Matriliny, Islam and gender in northern Mozambique, Journal of Religion in Africa 36 (2) 2006, 139-166. 297.

08.11.36 Namibia

See no. 244.

08.11.38 Nigeria

[dagger] YAHAYA, Eliasu. Christian Churches in Ilorin, Nigeria: a brief historical survey, Journal of Muslim Affairs 24 (1) 2004, 175-180. 298.

See also no. 444.

08.11.40 Rwanda

[dagger] OVERDULVE, C. M. Achtergronden van de "etnische" conflicten in Rwanda, Wereld en Zending 35 (1) 2006, 48-61. 299.

08.11.46 South Africa

[dagger] BOMPANI, Barbara. "Mandela mania": mainline churches in post-apartheid South Africa, Third World Quarterly 27 (6) 2006, 1137-1149. 300.

[dagger] CANNELL, Thomas. Funerals and AIDS, resilience and decline in KwaZulu-Natal, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 125, 2006, 21-37. 301.

GUNNAR, Peter M Here am I, Lord, send me: the life of missionary leader Rev. William Binnington Boyce. Sydney: Desert Pea Press, 2003. 266 pp. 1876861037. 302.

Boyce (1803-1889) worked in South Africa and Australia.

[dagger] MUKUKA, George S. First indigenous Catholic bishop in South Africa, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 124, 2006, 71-81. 303.

[dagger] OKYERE-MANU, Beatrice. Sacrificing physical health for wellbeing: a theological challenge of sex workers as a livelihood option for poor women in Pietermaritzburg South Africa, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 124, 2006, 20-32. 304.

[dagger] SCHALKWYK, Annalet van. On healing, spirituality and culture: the stories of Afrikaans women and African women's theology, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 124, 2006, 4-18. 305.

[dagger] SLABBERT, M. N. Die Waarheids- en Versoeningskommissie as Simulacrum en die rol van belhydenis, vergifnis en versoening, Verbum et Ecclesia 26 (3) 2005, 773-782. 306.

See also nos. 79, 220, 230, 250.

08.11.55 Congo Democratic Republic (formerly Zaire)

[dagger] MANZANZA, Willy. L'Eglise du Congo la decouverte du synode diocesain, Verbum SVD 47 (2) 2006, 133-149. 307.

08.11.57 Zimbabwe

[dagger] CLIMENHAGA, Daryl. Pentecostals and the Brethren in Christ in Bulawayo, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 31-41. 308.

[dagger] FONTEIN, Joost. Shared legacies of the war: spirit mediums and war veterans in Southern Zimbabwe, Journal of Religion in Africa 36 (2) 2006, 167-199. 309.

[dagger] MAPURANGA, Tapiwa, CHITANDO, Ezra. Songs of healing and regeneration: Pentecostal gospel music in Zimbabwe, Religion & Theology 13 (1) 2006, 72-89. 310.

See also nos. 159, 243, 288, 290.

09.00.00 THE AMERICAS

09.03.00 ISLANDS OF THE AMERICAS

09.03.01 Caribbean in General

[dagger] VERNOOIJ, Joop. God weet waarom Hij de kikker geen staart heeft gegeven: religie en het Caribisch gebied, Wereld en Zending 35 (1) 2006, 62-76. 311.

09.03.07 Cuba

[dagger] ESQUEDA, Octavio J. Theological Higher Education in Cuba: Part 1: Introduction, Christian Higher Education 5 (4) 2006, 301-312. 312.

09.04.00 LATIN AMERICA

09.04.01 Latin America in General

[dagger] GORSKI, Juan F. La transformation missionaire de l'Eglise latino-americaine, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (3/4) 2006, 72-78. 313.

See also nos. 88, 189.

09.04.02 Latin American Theologies

See nos. 14, 66.

09.04.05 Argentina

[dagger] HORST, Willis G. "Seduced by the God of life": my pilgrimage in mission, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 42-48. 314.

09.04.07 Bolivia

CANELAS, Ely Lopez. Geef ons heden ons dagelijks water, Wereld en Zending: 35 (3) 2006, 57-66. 315.

09.04.08 Brazil

[dagger] ARNOLD, Frank L. A peek in the baggage of Brazil's pioneer missionaries, Missiology 34 (2) 2006, 125-134. 316.

[dagger] FILHO, Paulo Edson Alves, MILTON, John. Inculturation and acculturation in the translation of religious texts: the translations of Jesuit priest Jose de Anchieta into Tupi in 16th century Brazil, Target 17 (2) 2005, 275-296. 317.

[dagger] GEORGE, Sherron Kay. Presbyterian seeds bear fruit in Brazil as doors to partnerships open and close, Missiology 34 (2) 2006, 135-149. 318.

[dagger] OLIVEIRA, Vitoria Peres de, MARIZ, Cecilia L. Conversion to Islam in contemporary Brazil, Excange 35 (1) 2006, 102-115. 319.

[dagger] PATTERSON, Eric. Religious activity and political participation: the Brazilian and Chilean cases, Latin American Politics and Society 47 (1) 2005, 1-30.320.

[dagger] VOGELAAR, Huub. Festa da vida (feest van bet leven) in Brazilie, Wereld en Zending 35 (3) 2006, 3-11. 321.

09.04.09 Chile

[dagger] SEPULVEDA, Juan. "Kultureller Holocaust" oder wledergeborenes "Allyu"? Pfingstmission unter den Aymara Nordchiles, Zeitschrift fur Mission 32 (1-2) 2006, 131-139. 322.

See also no. 320.

09.04.11 Costa Rica

[dagger] GUZMAN, Osias A. Segura. Evangelical Costa Rican churches, folk-Catholics, and conversion: the case study of the ritual prayer of El Rezo del Nino, Missiology 34 (2) 2006, 179-199. 323.

09.04.18 Mexico

[dagger] VALLADARES, Jaime Adrian Prieto. Missiology and Anabaptist ecclesiology: challenges to building peace, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 113-127. 324.

See also no. 413.

09.05.00 NORTH AMERICA

09.05.02 Native Americans

[dagger] SAMUELS, David W. Bible translation and medicine man talk: missionaries, indexicality, and the "language expert" on the San Carlos Apache Reservation, Language in Society 35 (4) 2006, 529-557. 325.

09.05.03 Canada

[dagger] CLARK, William A. The Church at Nanrantsouak: Sebastien Rale, S.J., and the Wabanaki of Maine's Kennebec River, Catholic Historical Review 92 (3) 2006, 225-251. 326.

09.05.04 USA in General

[dagger] GOOREN, Henri. Apocalyptiek en de groei van de mormoonse kerk in Midden-Amerika, Werelden Zending 35 (1) 2006, 33-47. 327.

[dagger] REITZ, George. Jesus Hall: a case study of a Bengali Muslim ministry in New York City, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 42 (3) 2006, 364-369. 328.

See also nos. 24, 169, 361.

10.00.00 ASIA

10.01.00 ASIA IN GENERAL

[dagger] GOH, Robbie B. H. The internet and Christianity in Asia cultural trends, structures and transformations, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 29 (4) 2005, 831-848. 329.

[dagger] QUEVEDO, Orlando B. The religious: witnesses and prophets building up the local church in Asia, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (853) 2006, 317-328. 330.

[dagger] SELVANAYAGAM, Israel, DIETRICH, Gabriele, SILVANUS, Wilfred (et al). Tsunami, Pilgrim 26, 2005, 2-7. 331.

[dagger] TAVEIRNE, Patrick. Dreams and visions: an international conference on Christian higher education in Asia, Tripod 26 (142) 2006, 38-40. 332.

[dagger] THELLE, Notto R. Changed by the East: notes on missionary communication and transformation, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30 (3) 2006, 115-121. 333.

See also nos. 189, 218.

10.02.00 ASIAN THEOLOGIES

[dagger] CHAN Kai-yan. On the paradox of the stone, China Graduate School of Theology 41, 2006, 175-196. 334.

[dagger] CHEN Yongtao. Interpreting Christian faith in our own time and context, Chinese Theological Review 19, 2005, 1-19. 335.

[dagger] FUNG, Jojo M. A theological reflection on "The Baptism into the Deep" and its missiological implications for the Asian Catholic Church, Mission Studies 22 (2) 2005, 227-247. 336.

[dagger] KARUVELIL, George. Love and God-talk, Vidyayyoti 70 (5) 2006, 326-341. 337.

[dagger] KROEGER, James H. Christology in Philippine context: Vatican II era reflections, 1965-2005, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (855) 2006, 595-612. 338.

[dagger] MENAMPARAMPIL, Thomas. Towards an Asian way of sharing the faith, Verbum SVD 47 (2) 2006, 111-131. 339.

[dagger] NEO, Julma. Asian religious identity in the context of the building up of the local church, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (1/2) 2006, 253-262. 340.

[dagger] PALLONNIL, Bigi Stephen The distinctiveness of Christian ethics in a pluralistic context : 1, Vidyajyoti 70 (3) 2006, 198-211. 341.

PHAN, Peter C. In our own tongue: perspectives from Asia on mission and inculturation. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2003. 220 p. 1570755027. 342.

[dagger] PRAGASAM, Arul. The resurrection of Jesus in contemporary theology, Vidyajyoti 70 (4) 2005, 249-259. 343.

[dagger] ROBINSON, Gnana. "Mission in Christ's way": the way of which Christ?, Exchange 35 (3) 2006, 271-277. 344.

[dagger] SALDANHA, Julian. The story of Jesus in Asia, Vidyajyoti 70 (5) 2006, 373-378. 345.

[dagger] WANG Peng. Koinonia and ethical thought in Paul's epistles, Chinese Theological Review 19, 2005, 69-84. 346.

See also nos. 131, 173, 192, 264, 348, 362, 404.

10.04.00 MIDDLE EAST

[dagger] PROCTOR, J. H. Scottish medical missionaries in South Arabia, 1886-1979, Middle Eastern Studies 42 (1) 2006, 103-121. 347.

See also no. 1.

10.06.00 EAST ASIA

POON, Michael Nai-Chiu (ed). Pilgrims and citizens: Christian social engagement in East Asia today/foreword by Bishop Robert Solomon, introduction by Archbishop John Chew (Series on Christianity in Asia; 1). Adelaide: ATF Press, 2006. xxi, 209 pp. 1920691588. 348.

Lira Siong Guan, Religion in governing a country: a positive or negative factor?, 3-16; Ye Xiaowen, A message of peace and harmony from the East to the West, 17-22; Bruce Winter, Pilgrims and citizens: the paradox for the first Christians according to 1 Peter, 25-35; Tan Kim Huat, "Seek the welfare of the city": contributions of Diaspora Jews, 323 BCE-66 CE, 37-61; Paul Barnett, Jesus, Paul and Peter and the Roman state, 63-77; Oliver O'Donovan, All authority is from God, 81-91; Michael Nai-Chiu Poon, Christian social responsibilities in East Asia from the early church, 93-108; Hwa Yung, Civil society and its emergence in the modern world, 109-124; Daniel K S Koh, Resident aliens and alienated residents, 125-143; Cao Shengjie, The role of Chinese Christians in the development of China, 147-156; Zhuo Xinping, The Christian contribution to China in history, 157-167; Richard Magnus, The Christian role in a pluralistic society, with specific reference to Singapore, 169-178; Kenson Koh, Roman Catholic perspectives on seeking the welfare of the city, 179-190; Oliver O'Donovan, Fellow-citizens with the saints, 193-196; Zhuo Xinping, The role of Christianity in the construction of a harmonious society today, 197-199; Daniel K S Koh, Christian social engagement in Asia, 201-206.

See also no. 39.

10.08.00 POLITICAL UNITS

10.08.03 Bangladesh (prior to 1971, see Pakistan)

See no. 328.

10.08.10 China (People's Republic)

[dagger] BARRY, Peter. Fujen Catholic University celebrates 80 years of its foundation, Tripod 26 (142) 2006, 15-24. 349.

[dagger] CHEN Yongtao. Christ and culture: reflections of a Chinese Christian, Chinese Theological Review 19, 2005, 46-68. 350.

[dagger] CHENG, Joseph. The attitude of the Taiwan Church on normalization of Sino-Vatican relations, Tripod 26 (141) 2006, 50-54. 351.

[dagger] CRAWFORD, D. S. Mukden Medical College (1911-1945): an outpost of Edinburgh medicine in northeast China, Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 36 (1) 2006, 73-79. 352.

[dagger] CRAWFORD, D. S. Mukden Medical College (1911-1949): an outpost of Edinburgh medicine in northeast China: Part 2: 1918-1949, expansion, occupation, liberation and merger, Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 36 (2) 2006, 179-184. 353.

[dagger] CRIVELLER, Gianni. Is the internet changing China, or is China changing the internet? Tripod 26 (142) 2006, 58-67. 354.

[dagger] HEYNDRICKX, Jeroom. Confrontation and lack of dialogue: cause of a new China-Vatican conflict, Tripod 26 (141) 2006, 12-17. 355.

Don't blame the Central Government: a response to Jeroom Heyndrickx's article pp. 18-19.

[dagger] HOLY SEE'S PRESS OFFICE. Declaration of the Holy See's Press Office on Episcopal ordinations in Mainland China, Tripod 26 (141) 2006, 5-6.356.

[dagger] LAJOLO, Giovanni. Views of Archbishop Giovanni Lajolo on Sino-Vatican relations, Tripod 26 (141) 2006, 45-49. 357.

[dagger] LAM, Anthony. A brief history of the regional seminary for South China and its influence on the Catholic Church today, Tripod 26 (142) 2006, 41-57. 358.

[dagger] LAM, Anthony. A review of Catholic real estate issues in China, Tripod 26 (140) 2006, 43-57. 359.

[dagger] LAM, Anthony. Unauthorized ordinations an obstacle to Sino-Vatican relations, Tripod 26 (141) 2006, 7-11. 360.

[dagger] LAZICH, Michael C. American missionaries and the Opium Trade in nineteenth-century China, Journal of World History 17 (2) 2006, 197-223. 361.

[dagger] LEE, K. Edwin. The priority of personhood and the future of China, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 41, 2006, 149-151. 362.

English abstract.

[dagger] LI Jieren. Postcolonial analysis of the state-church relationship in China, Swedish Missiological Themes 94 (2) 2006, 185-206. 363.

[dagger] LI Xinnong. Faith and culture: observations on the historiography of the modern Chinese Church, Chinese Theological Review 19, 2005, 20-45. 364.

[dagger] LIAO Jing. The contribution of nineteenth-century Christian missionaries to Chinese library reform, Libraries & the Cultural Record 41 (3) 2006, 360-371. 365.

[dagger] LY, Gabriel. Some reflections on the Church in China since China's reform and opening up, Tripod 24 (140) 2006, 14-30. 366.

[dagger] MAHEU, Betty Ann. The Catholic Church in China, Tripod 26 (140) 2006, 5-13. 367.

[dagger] MALEK, Roman. Normalization "de Jure" and "de Facto": remarks on the Sino-Vatican relations, Tripod 26 (141) 2006, 30-44. 368.

[dagger] NG, Peter Tze Ming. Christian education in China: some reflections on glocalization, Tripod 26 (142) 2006, 25-37. 369.

[dagger] SHIH, Joseph. Saint Francis Xavier, pray for us!, Tripod 26 (140) 2006, 31-42. 370.

[dagger] TAVEIRNE, Patrick. Catholic higher education in China, Tripod 24 (142) 2006, 5-14. 371.

[dagger] TING, K. H. Greater trust, greater tolerance: on the one hundredth anniversary of T.C. Chao's birth, Chinese Theological Review 19, 2005, 125-127. 372.

[dagger] US CATHOLIC CHINA BUREAU. US Catholic China Bureau press release on episcopal ordinations in Mainland China, Tripod 26 (141) 2006, 20-22. 373.

[dagger] YAO, Kevin Xiyi. A voice in the wilderness: the protestant pacifist movement in China during the twentieth century, Mission Studies 13, 2005, 57-67. 374.

[dagger] YAO, Kevin Xiyi. The changing face of the Protestant church in China, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 166-173. 375.

[dagger] YOU Bin, WANG Aiguo, GONG Yukuan. Christianity in a culture of ethnic pluralism: report on Christianity among the minorities of Yunnan, Chinese Theological Review 19, 2005, 100-124. 376.

[dagger] ZHEN Yan. New challenges facing the Catholic Church in Mainland China, Tripod 26 (141) 2006, 23-29.377.

See also nos. 38, 45, 126, 335, 348.

10.08.12 Chinese Diaspora

See no. 388.

10.08.14 Hong Kong

[dagger] CRIVELLER, Gianni. A cardinal in Hong Kong, Tripod 26 (141) 2006, 55-59. 378.

10.08.15 India

[dagger] ABEL, Raj J. Karma Samsara, the collective Indian conscience: continuities and discontinuities with the light of revelation, Dharma Deepika 10 (2) 2006, 39-54. 379.

[dagger] AZARIAH, M. Church of South India: a servant Church? Pilgrim 26, 2005, 14-17. 380.

[dagger] FOX, Frampton F. Foreign money for India: anti-dependency and anticonversion perspectives, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30 (3) 2006, 137-142. 381.

[dagger] LOUIS, Prakash. Catholic education for the marginalised, Vidyajyoti 70 (4) 2006, 279-287. 382.

[dagger] MOHAN, P. Sanal. Religion, social space and identity: the Prathyaksha Raksha Daiva Sabha and the making of cultural boundaries in twentieth century Kerala, South Asia 28 (1) 2005, 35-63. 383.

[dagger] NEDUNGATT, George. Little priest with a great heart: Blessed Augustine Thevarparampil: "Kunjachan" father of the Dalits, Vidyajyoti 70 (4) 2006, 260-267. 384.

[dagger] PACHAU, Lalsangkima. Mizo "Sakhua" in transition: change and continuity from primal religion to Christianity, Missiology 36 (1) 2006, 41-57. 385.

PRADHAN, Enos Das, SINGH, Sudipta, DIE Kasta. Uniting in Christ's mission. Delhi (ISPCK), 2006. xiv, 246 pp.: ill. 8172149123. 386.

Contents: Jason Dharmaraj, Introducing the timely and historical, 1-4; Executive Summary, 5-12; Aims of the Mission Conference, 13; Z. J. Terom, Keynote address, 14-21; A. F. Walls, India's place in Christian history, 22-46;F. Hrangkhuma, Together in God's mission to the World, 47-65; Lazarus Lalsingh, Banjaras in India, 66-78; S. D. Ponraj, From graveyard to Vineyard, 79-89; E. Jebasingh, Mass communication and mission, 90-96; J. Sam Ponniah, People's movement and mission, 97-112; V. M. Malaviya, Church growth in Gujarat, 113-128; Abraham P. Athyal, Mission and the poor, 129-152; Patrick Joshua, Challenges of missions in India today and the needed response from the church to these challenges, 153-162; C. B. Samuel, Holistic ministry and NGO's, 163-171; J. J. Ratnakumar, Evangelists in cross-cultural mission, 172-174; Pearl Prasad, Women's contribution in Indian church growth, 175-183; Moumita Biswas, Cross-cultural mission: a feminist perspective, 184-191; Tim Dakin, Mission of the church: a global perspective, 192-196; Graham Cray, Bible studies, 197-204.

See also nos. 33, 134, 261.

10.08.17 Indonesia

[dagger] HASYIM MUZADI, Ahmad. Message to the Assembly, Current Dialogue 47, 2006, 24-25. 387.

9th Assembly of the World Council of Churches.

YODER, Lawrence M. The Muria story: a history of the Chinese Mennonite churches of Indonesia. Kitchener, ONT: Pandora Press, 2006. 386 p. 1894710606. 388.

See also nos. 61, 151.

10.08.19 Iran

See no. 140.

10.08.20 Iraq

See no. 46.

10.08.21 Israel

[dagger] MARSH, Leonard. Palestinian Christianity: a study in religion and politics, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 5 (2) 2005, 147-166. 389.

[dagger] MARTEN, Michael. Anglican and Presbyterian presence and theology in the Holy Land, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 5 (2) 2005, 182-199. 390.

[dagger] OKKENHAUG, Inger Marie. Signe Ekblad and the Swedish School in Jerusalem 1922-1948, Swedish Missiological Themes 94 (2) 2006, 147-161. 391.

[dagger] O'MAHONY, Anthony. Christianity and Jerusalem: religion, politics and theology in the modern Holy Land, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 5 (2) 2005, 86-102. 392.

[dagger] O'MAHONY, Anthony. The Vatican, Jerusalem, the State of Israel, and Christiantiy in the Holy Land, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 5 (2) 2005, 123-146. 393.

[dagger] ROUSSOS, Sotiris. Eastern Orthodox perspectives on Church-State relations and religion and polities in modern Jerusalem, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 5 (2) 2005, 103-122. 394.

[dagger] SAANE, Wilbert van. Roepen om gerechtigheid: Arabische christelijke en humanistische auteurs over de Palestijnse vrijheidsstrijd, Wereld en Zending 35 (2) 2006, 74-91. 395.

[dagger] SMABERG, Maria. Peacemaking through friendships: ambivalent Anglican discourses in Jerusalem 1920-1948, Swedish Missiological Themes 94 (2) 2006, 119-146. 396.

10.08.22 Japan

[dagger] ABE Ikuo. Muscular Christianity in Japan: the growth of a hybrid, International Journal of the History of Sport 23 (5) 2006, 714-738. 397.

[dagger] AKUTAGAWA Ryunosuke. Kirishitan stories by Akutagawa Ryunosuke/introduction and translation by Yoshiko and Andrew Dykstra, Japanese Religions 31 (1) 2006, 23-65. 398.

[dagger] TSUJIMURA Shinobu. Religious issues in Japan 2005, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 30, 2006, 16-24. 399.

[dagger] WATANABE Manahu. In memoriam Yuasa Yasuo, 1925-2005, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 30, 2006, 55-61. 400.

See also nos. 98, 146, 155.

10.08.26 Korea (North and South)

[dagger] CHUNG, Meehyun. Mission Impossible!? Zwischen Evangelisation und Emanzipation in Sudkorea, Zeitschrift fur Mission 21 (1-2) 2006, 147-153. 401.

[dagger] HAN Gil-Soo, KIM Andrew Eungi. The Korean Christian movement towards reunification of the two Koreas: a review in retrospect

Gil-Soo Han and Andrew Eungi Kim, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 6 (3) 2006, 235-255. 402.

[dagger] KIM, Andrew Eungi. Political insecurity, social chaos, religious void and the rise of Protestantism in late nineteenth-century Korea, Social History 26 (3) 2001, 267-281. 403.

[dagger] KIM, Kirsteen. Holy Spirit movements in Korea: paternal or maternal? Reflections on the analysis of Ryu Tong-Shik (Yu Tong-Shik), Exchange 35 (2) 2006, 147-168. 404.

10.08.31 Malaysia

See nos. 307, 336.

10.08.34 Myanmar

See no. 385.

10.08.35 Nepal

[dagger] MCDOWELL, Peter. Early Church history in Nepal, Dharma Deepika 10 (2) 2006, 69-76. 405.

10.08.37 Pakistan

[dagger] O'BRIEN, John. The turn to Catholicism in Pakistani Christianity, Al-Mushir 47 (3) 2005, 79-97. 406.

[dagger] WICKING, Andrew. Text as pretext: the poststructuralist notion of intertextuality and its pragmatic consequences for dialogue, Al-Mushir 46 (3) 2004, 69-84. 407.

See also nos. 154-252

10.08.39 Philippines

[dagger] LAGDAMEO, Angel N. Building a "civilization of love": a pastoral exhortation for the year of social concerns, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (855) 2006, 613-619. 408.

[dagger] LAGDAMEO, Angel N. Shepherding and prophesying in hope: a pastoral letter on social concerns, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (855) 2006, 621-634. 409.

[dagger] ROSALES, Gaudencio B. Spirituality of the "crumbs", Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (853) 2006, 201-208. 410.

[dagger] ROXAS, Tony F. A movement for national rebirth tentative blueprint re-engineering Filipino ways and values, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (853) 2006, 277-288. 411.

[dagger] SANTIAGO, Luciano P. R. The diocesan shrine of San Antonio de Padua of Pila, Laguna: historical origins and development, 1578-2002, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 82 (853) 2006, 329-342. 412.

See also nos. 39, 202, 338.

10.08.42 Singapore

See no. 348.

10.08.43 Sri Lanka

[dagger] GREENWAY, Roger S. My pilgrimage in mission, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30 (3) 2006, 144-147. 413.

See also no. 208.

10.08.46 Taiwan

[dagger] LEE, Angela Hao-Chun. The influence of governmental control and early Christian missionaries on music education of Aborigines in Taiwan, British Journal of Music Education 23 (2) 2006, 205-216. 414.

[dagger] PAN Chiou-Lang (Paulus). Rediscovering Mennonite identity in Taiwan: reflections on Mennonite missions from an insider's perspective, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 154-165. 415.

See also no. 351.

10.08.47 Thailand

[dagger] Zehner, Edwin. Orthodox hybridities: anti-syncretism and localization in the evangelical Christianity of Thailand, Anthropological Quarterly 78 (3) 2005, 585-618. 416.

10.08.48 Turkey

[dagger] GORDER, A. Christian van. Armenian Christians and Turkish Muslims: prospects for reconciliation through interfaith dialogue on the events of history, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (2) 2006, 173-194. 417. 10.08.50 U.S.S.R. (former Soviet Asia)

[dagger] SHENK, David W. Mennonites and mission in Euro-Central Asia, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 136-140. 418.

11.00.00 EUROPE

11.01.00 EUROPE IN GENERAL

JAHRBUCH MISSION 2006. Europa: Christen, Kirchen und Missionen. Hamburg: Missionshilfe Verlag, 2006. 3921620694. 419.

Frank Kurschner-Pelkmann, Thema Europa, 7-10; Klaus Schafer, "Auf den Spuren des Apostels Paulus": Eine Erinnerung an die Missionstheologie des Paulus, 11-19; Wolfgang Gunther, Mission in Europa als Thema der Weltmissionskonferenzen, 20-30; Arnd Bunker, Die katholische Kirche in Europa auf der Suche nach ihrer missionarischen Identitat, 31-42; Klaus Peter Voss, Impulse der Athener Weltmissionskonferenz fur die europaischen Kirchen, 43-52; Darrell Jackson, Von Lausanne nach Athen: Europaische Mission in okumenisch-evangelikaler Begegnung, 53-65; Manfred Josuttis, Vom Nutzen einer Missions-Synode, 66-72; Axel Noack, "Mission" neu buchstabieren, 73-80; Hilda Lind, Perspektiven der Mission in Schweden, 81-88; Jan van Butselaar, Niederlande: Misstrauen gegenuber guten Nachrichten, 89-96; Peter F. Penner, Evangelikale Mission in Zentral- und Osteuropa, 97-103; Allan Anderson, Pfingstkirchliche Mission in Europa, 104-113; Ioan Sauca, Zeugnis eines alten Glaubens in einer neuen Welt--das orthodoxe Christentum in Osteuropa heute, 114-120; Hadwig Mtiller, Franzosische Impulse far eine missionarische Kirche in Europa, 121-127; Ruth Bottoms, Ein heiliger Schutzort: die Kommunitat von Pilsdon, 128-135; Michael Stahl, Mission mit achtzehn Perlen, 136-143; Dorothea Weller, Hahestelle Cottbus: Wegstation auf der Strasse des Lebens, 144-153; Gerdi Nutzel, "Du bist ein Geschenk Gottes", 154-163; Gisele Bulteau und Hadwig Muller, Nahe und Sichtbarkeit: Gemeinden in Poitiers leben die Mission der Kirche, 164-170; Benedikt Vallendar, Den Hunger nach Religion stillen, 171-179; Phaedon Cambouropoulos, Griechische Missionstatigkeit in Albanien, 180-186; Christine Lienemann-Perrin, Hoffnung, die Identitat verleiht, 187-194; Giancarlo Collet, Christliche Mission in Zeitgenossenschaft, 195-202; Beate Jakob, Heilung: (k)ein Thema von Mission in Europa? 203-211; Sabine Plonz, Impulse fur eine feministisch-interkulturelle Christologie, 212-218; Theo Sundermeier, Bilder sagen mehr als Worte, 219-226.

[dagger] KOOL, Anne-Marie. De uitbreiding van de Europese Unie naar het oosten: een uitdaging voor de kerken, Wereld en Zending 35 (3) 2006, 72-85. 420.

See also nos. 61, 232. 11.02.00 EASTERN EUROPE See no. 419.

11.06.00 WESTERN EUROPE

[dagger] OTT, Bernhard. Evangelical missiology in Western Europe: an Anabaptist perspective, Mission Focus 13, 2005, 141-154. 421.

11.07.00 POLITICAL UNITS

11.07.01 Albania

See no. 419.

11.07.08 Bosnia-Hercegovina

GOODWIN, Stephen R. Fractured land, healing nations: a contextual analysis of the role of religious faith sodalities towards peace-building in Bosnia-Herzegovina (Studies in the Intercultural History of Christianity; 139). Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2006. xxiv, 307 p. + cd. 3631553064. 422.

[dagger] PAYTON, James J. Ottoman millet, religious nationalism, and civil society: focus on Kosovo, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (1) 2006, 11-23. 423.

11.07.09 Bulgaria

[dagger] MERDJANOVA, Ina. Uneasy tolerance: interreligious relations in Bulgaria after the fall of Communism, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (1) 2006, 3-10. 424. 11.07.15 Estonia

[dagger] LEHTSAAR, Tonu, NOOR, Heino. The role of religion in coping with the trauma of political persecution: the case of Estonia, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (3) 2006, 44-57. 425.

[dagger] PILLI, Toivo. Finding a balance between Church and academia: Baptist theological education in Estonia, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (3) 2006, 17-43. 426. 11.07.18 France

See no. 419.

11.07.20 Germany

[dagger] BETTSCHEIDER, Heribert. Dialog in der deutschen Ortskirche, Verbum SVD 47 (2) 2006, 201-210. 427.

[dagger] MCRAE, Fred. The German church planting movement: have we missed the boat, Evangelical Missions, Quarterly 42 (2) 2006, 184-189. 428.

See also nos. 229, 267, 419, 436, 438. 11.07.25 Hungary KOVACS, Abraham. A Budapesti Ev. Ref. Nemetajku Leanyegyhaz Eredete es Tortenete 1858-1869 = The history of the German-speaking Reformed affiliated Church of Budapest 1858-1869. Debrecen, 2004. 180 pp. 429.

11.07.27 Ireland

[dagger] FLYNN, Kieran. Understanding Islam in Ireland, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (2) 2006, 223-238. 430.

See also nos. 42, 265.

11.07.33 Macedonia

See no. 423. 11.07.38 Netherlands

[dagger] KARSTEN, Connie. Bekering: ervaring en vervolg, Werelden Zendiag 35 (2)2006, 13-22. 431.

See also nos. 72, 104, 129, 153, 234. 11.07.39 Norway

[dagger] UTVIK, Bjorn Olav. Religious revivalism in nineteenth-century Norway and twentieth-century Egypt: a critique of fundamentalism studies, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17 (2) 2006, 143-157. 432. 11.07.42 Romania

[dagger] PANA, Georgetta. Religious anti-semitism in Romanian fascist propaganda, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (2) 2006, 1-19. 433.

[dagger] SINCAN, Anca. Inventing ecumenism? Inter-confessional dialogue in Transylvania, Romania in the 1960s, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (3) 2006, 1-16. 434.

11.07.43 Russia

[dagger] BUDKINA, Irina. Religious freedom since 1905: any progress in Russia? Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (2) 2006, 24-27. 435.

[dagger] FERDERER, Wilhelm. Gedanken zum gegenwartigen missionarisch-geistlichen "Ist-Zustand" der russlanddeutschen Christen, Evagelikale Missiologie 22 (2) 2006, 47-48. 436.

[dagger] KRINDATCH, Alexey D. Religion, public life and the state in Putin's Russia, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (2) 2006, 28-67. 437.

[dagger] LOWEN, Heinrich. Ursachen fur die fehlende missionarische Ausrichtung der russlanddeutschen Gemeinden in Bezug auf die einheimische Bevolkerung und Auslander in Deutschland und ihre Uberwindung, Evangelikale Missiologie 22 (2) 2006, 40-43. 438.

[dagger] LOYA, Joseph A. Religion classes in state institutions in post-Soviet Russia, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (1) 2006, 52-66. 439.

[dagger] SAWATSKY, Walter. Mennonites and mission in Eurasia, Mission Focus, 13, 2005, 128-135. 440.

11.07.45 Serbia

[dagger] ALEKSOV, Bojan. Adamant and treacherous: Serbian historians on religious conversions, Religion in Eastern Europe 26 (1) 2006, 24-51. 441.

11.07.48 Spain

[dagger] MOLINA MARTINEZ, Luis. Dialogando sobre Al-Andalus entrevista con el Dr Luis Molina Martinez, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 407, 2006, 1-15. 442.

11.07.49 Sweden

See nos. 169, 419.

11.07.52 United Kingdom

[dagger] DICKSON, Ian. Evangelical religion and Victorian women: the Belfast Female Mission, 1859-1903, Journal of Eclesiastical History 55 (4) 2004, 700-725. 443.

[dagger] HUNT, Stephen, LIGHTLY, Nicola. The British Black Pentecostal 'revival': identity and belief in the 'new' Nigerian churches, Ethnic and Racial Studies 24 (1) 2001, 104-124. 444.

See also nos. 136, 147, 221.

12.00.00 OCEANIA

12.01.00 OCEANIA IN GENERAL

[dagger] EVES, Richard. "Black and white, a significant contrast: race, humanism and missionary photography in the Pacific, Ethnic and Racial Studies 29 (4) 2006, 725-748. 445.

[dagger] GIBBS, Philip. Politics and the mission of the Church in Oceania, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (7/8) 2006, 230-238. 446.

[dagger] HALLY, Cyril, LANGMEAD, Ross. A history and a transition: a history of the South Pacific Association for Mission Studies and the formation of the Australian Association for Mission Studies, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies, 35, 2006, 54-55. 447.

See also no. 251.

12.02.00 MELANESIA

[dagger] AERTS, Theo. The birth of a religious movement: a comparison of Melanesian cargo cults and early Christianity, SEDOS Bulletin 38 (7/8) 2006, 239-241. 448.

[dagger] BROWN, Terry. Communion and personhood: personhood as a tool to reflect upon koinonia, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 35, 2006, 44-50. 449.

12.03.00 MICRONESIA

12.04.00 POLYNESIA

12.05.00 POLITICAL UNITS

12.05.01 Australia

[dagger] GALLAGHER, Robert L. "Me and God, we'd be mates": an Aussie contextualized Gospel, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30 (3) 2006, 127-132. 450.

[dagger] KERR, Harry. The Lord added to their number: how people came to faith in Anglican parishes with a liberal catholic emphasis, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 35, 2006, 29-36. 451.

[dagger] MCGOWAN, Mary. A white person's plea: enabling of the emergence of Aboriginal spirituality and creativity, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 35, 2006, 19-28. 452.

[dagger] SPENCER, Tracy. Contextual Australian theology beyond the verandah, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 35, 2006, 12-18. 453.

See also no. 302.

12.05.03 Fiji

[dagger] TOMLINSON, Matt. Ritual, risk, and danger: chain prayers in Fiji, American Anthropology 106 (1) 2004, 6-16. 454. 12.05.15 New Zealand

[dagger] ROSS, Catherine R. The legacy of Elizabeth Fairburn Colenso, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 30 (3) 2006, 148-152. 455.

See also no. 197.

12.05.17 Papua New Guinea

[dagger] AHRENS, Theodor. "Satan ist wie ein boser Wind": Wahrnehmungen des Bosen in der protestantischen Mission, Zeitschrift fur Mission 32 (1-2) 2006, 80-130. 456.

t FOUNTAIN, Philip M., KINDON, Sara L., MURRAY, Warwick. E. Christianity, calamity, and culture: the involvement of Christian churches in the 1998 Aitape Tsunami disaster relief, Contemporary Pacific 16 (2) 2004, 321-355. 457. 12.05.24 Vanuatu

[dagger] ERIKSEN, Annelin. Expected and unexpected cultural heroes: reflections on gender and agency of conjecture on Ambrym Vanuatu, Anthropological Theory 6 (2) 2006, 227-247. 458.
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