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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 The Crowther Centre for Mission Education, CMS, Watlington Road, Oxford, OX4 6BZ. The editors may be contacted by email at Margaret.Acton@cms-uk.org

The classification system used is that employed in the Cumulative Bibliography of International Review of Mission, the online version of this will shortly be available on the website of Liverpool Hope University.

Articles in periodicals or symposia are marked "L 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] JAFFARIAN, Michael. The computer revolution and its impact on evangelical mission research and strategy, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 33 (1) 2009, 33-37. 1.

[dagger] MOREAU, A. Scott, O'REAR, Mike. Online member care resources, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 104-111.2.

ROSTKOWSKI, Marek A. Bibliographia missionaria LXVIII = 2004. Vatican City: Pontifical Urbaniana University, Pontifical Missionary Library, 2005. 399 pp. 03949869.3.

ROSTKOWSKI, Marek A. Bibliographia missionaria LXXI = 2007. Vatican City: Pontifical Urbaniana University, Pontifical Missionary Library, 2008. 473 pp. 03949869.4.

01.02.00 STUDY OF MISSION

01.02.01 Study of Mission in General

[dagger] SILL, Ulrike. Missionsgeschichte als Helden- und Schurkenstuck. Bericht vom Treffen der Yale-Edinburgh Group in Edinburgh, 3.-5. Juli 2008, Interkulturelle Theologie 34 (4) 2008, 446-448. 5.

See also no. 75.

01.02.02 Principles, Motivation and Strategy

See no. 16.

01.02.03 Contributors to the Study of Mission

[dagger] GRIBBLE, Richard. Bishop Vincent McCauley, CSC: ecumenical pioneer, Mission Studies 25 (2) 2008, 252-271. 6.

[dagger] SACHS, W. L. Stephen Neill's Anglicanism: an Anglican classic, Journal of Anglican Studies 5 (2) 2007 149-162. 7.

02.00.00 SURVEYS OF THE CHRISTIAN SITUATION

02.01.00 GENERAL SURVEYS

02.01.05 Works Published 2000

[dagger] MACMAHON, Hugh. Some questions on mission from the field, Sedos Bulletin 40 (11/12) 2008, 275-277. 8.

See also no. 40.

02.02.00 SURVEYS OF PARTICULAR INSTITUTIONS

[dagger] DOUGLAS, Ian T. Equipping for God's mission: the missiological vision of the 2008 Lambeth Conference of Anglican Bishops, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 33 (1) 2009, 3-6. 9.

02.01.05

[dagger] PRESLER, Titus. The impact of the sexuality controversy on mission: the case of the Episcopal Church in the Anglican Communion, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 33 (1) 2009, 11-18. 10.

[dagger] OXBROW, Mark. Anglicans and reconciling mission: an assessment of two Anglican international gatherings, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 33 (1) 2009, 8-10. 11.

02.03.00 STATISTICAL SURVEYS

[dagger] BARRETT, David B., JOHNSON, Todd M., CROSSING, Peter E Christian world communions: five overviews of global Christianity, AD 1800-2025, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 33 (1) 2009, 25-32. 12.

[dagger] CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH IN THE APOSTOLATE. The Roman Catholic Church's southward shift, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 33 (1) 2009, 38. 13.

Reprinted from The CARA Report 14 Summer 2008, 6-7.

03.00.00 HISTORY AND THEOLOGY OF MISSION

03.01.00 MISSION IN THE BIBLE

[dagger] AWAD, Najeeb G. How the Church fathers read the Gospel of Mark as a reliable theological text: a comparison between early and modern scholarship, Near East School of Theology Theological Review 29 (2) 2008, 83-114. 14.

[dagger] BAILEY, Kenneth E. A banquet of death and a banquet of life: a contextualized study of Mark 6: 1-52, Near East School of Theology Theological Review 29 (2) 2008, 67-82. 15.

[dagger] LOHR, Joel N. He identified with the lowly and became a slave to all: Paul's tentmaking as a strategy for mission Currents in Theology and Mission 34 (3) 2007, 179-187. 16.

[dagger] KIM, Hansung. Rereading Acts 6:1-7: lessons for multicultural mission organizations, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 56-63. 17.

[dagger] MANJALY, Thomas. Cultural contextualization of the Gospel in Paul, Mission Today 10 (4) 2008, 322-338. 18.

[dagger] RAMSTAD, Mans. Daniel as a model for godly living in creative access countries, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 30-35. 19.

[dagger] VARICKASSERIL, Jose. Prayer and ministry in the Acts of the Apostles, Mission Today 10 (4) 2008, 300-321. 20.

See also nos.27, 86, 95, 142.

03.03.00 HISTORY OF MISSION

[dagger] ABRAMS, Lesley. Germanic Christianities, In: The Cambridge History of Christiania: early medieval Christianities c.600-c.1100/edited by Thomas F X Noble, Julia M H Smith.--Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. pp. 107-129. 21.

[dagger] BEASLEY, Nicholas M. Ritual time in British plantation colonies, 1650-1780, Church History 76 (3) 2007, 541-568. 22.

BROWN, Stewart J. Providence and Empire: religion, politics and society in the United Kingdom 1815-1914 Harlow: Longmans, 2007. xiv, 494 pp. 9780582299603. 23.

CAREY, Hilary M. (ed.) Empires of religion (Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series) Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. xi, 350 pp. 9780230208803. 24.

Hilary M. Carey, Introduction: Empires of Religion, 1-21; Tadhg O hAnnrachain, The consolidation of Irish Catholicism within a hostile imperial framework: a comparative study of early modern Ireland and Hungary, 25-42; Catherine Hall, An Empire of God or of Man? The Macaulays, father and son, 64-83; Esther Breitenbach, Religious literature and discourses of empire: the Scottish Presbyterian foreign mission movement, 84-110; John MacKenzie, "Making Black Scotsmen and Scotswomen?" Scottish missionaries and the Eastern Cape Colony in the nineteenth century, 113-136; Peter Cunich, Archbishop Vaughan and the empires of religion in Colonial New South Wales, 137-160; Shurlee Swain, "Brighter Britain": images of empire in the international child rescue movement, 1850-1915, 161-177; Anne O'Brien, Saving the "Empty North" Religion and Empire in Australia, 177-196; John McAleer, "The sharer of my joys and sorrows": Alison Blyth, missionary labours and female perspectives on slavery in nineteenth-century Jamaica, 199-221; Peter Clayworth, Richard Taylor and the children of Noah: race, science and religion in the South Seas, 222-242; Elizabeth E. Prevost, 243-264; Fiona Bateman, Ireland's spiritual empire: territory and landscape in Irish Catholic missionary discourse, 267-287; Ruth Compton Brouwer, Canadian Protestant overseas missions to the mid-twentieth century: American influences, interwar changes, long-term legacies, 288-310; John Stuart, Empire and religion in colonial Botswana: the Seretse Khama controversy, 1948-1956.

[dagger] COLLINS, Paul M. The praxis of inculturation for mission: Roberto de Nobili's example and legacy, Ecclesiology 3 (3) 2007, 323-342. 25.

[dagger] FRENZ, Matthias. Reflecting Christianity in depictions of Islam: the representations of Muslims in the reports of the early Royal Danish Mission at Tarangambadi, India, Studies in World Christianity 14 (3) 2008, 203-213. 26.

FRIESEN, Abraham. Erasmus, the Anabaptists, and the Great Commission. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1998. 196 pp. 0802844480. 27.

Erasmus' interpretation of Matthew 28:19 lies at the heart of this study.

[dagger] GALLAGHER, Roger L. The integration of mission theology and practice: Zinzendorf and the early Moravians, Mission Studies 25 (2) 2008, 185-210. 28.

[dagger] HORN, Cornelia B. The lives and literary roles of children in advancing conversion to Christianity: hagiography from the Caucasus in late antiquity and the Middle Ages, Church History 76 (2) 2007, 262-297.29.

JENKINS, Philip. The lost history of Christianity: the thousand: year golden age of the Church in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia and how it died. New York: HarperOne, 2008. xi, 315 pp. 9780061472800. 30.

[dagger] KENNEDY, Hugh. The Mediterranean frontier: Christianity face to face with Islam, 600-1050, In: The Cambridge History of Christianity: early medieval Christianities c. 600-c. 1100/edited by Thomas F X Noble, Julia M H Smith.--Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, pp. 178-196. 31.

[dagger] LAU, Bryony. The limits of the civilizing mission: a comparative analysis of British Protestant missionary campaigns to end footbinding and female circumcision, Social Sciences and Missions 21 (2) 2008, 193-227. 32.

[dagger] MEILI, Josef. Von der Missionsgesellschaft Bethlehem zur Bethlehem Mission Immensee: Inhaltliche und strukturelle Konsequenzen aus einem sich verandernden Missionsverstandnis, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 118-135. 33.

[dagger] SHEPARD, Jonathan. Slav Christianities, 800-1100, In: The Cambridge History of Christiania: early medieval Christianities c. 600-c. 1100/edited by Thomas F X Noble, Julia M H Smith.--Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, pp. 130-155. 34.

[dagger] SMITH, Robert O. Luther, the Turks, and Islam, Currents in Theology and Mission 34 (5) 2007, 351-364. 35.

[dagger] WOOD, Ian N. The northern frontier: Christianity face to face with Paganism, In: The Cambridge History of Christianity: early medieval Christianities c.600-c. 1100/ edited by Thomas F X Noble, Julia M H Smith.--Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, pp. 230-246. 36.

See also nos. 5, 14, 24, 54, 63, 75-6, 89, 109, 116, 126, 136, 138, 149, 154, 160, 164, 168, 171, 174, 185, 187, 190, 199200, 204-6, 209, 211, 217, 219, 222, 223, 227, 230.

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

[dagger] CHUNG, Paul S. Karl Barth's theology of reconciliation in dialogue with a theology of religions, Mission Studies 25 (2) 2008, 211-228. 37.

DRANE, John. After McDonaldization: mission, ministry and Christian discipleship in an age of uncertainty. London: Darton, Longman & Todd, 2008. ix, 166 pp. 38.

[dagger] EMERY, Gilles. Uberlegungen zum Beitrag einer trinitarischen und pneumatologischen Christologie zur christlichen Theologie der Religionen, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 29-39. 39.

ENGELSVIKEN, Tormod, (ed. et al.) Mission to the World." communicating the Gospel in the 21st century: essays in honour of Knud Jorgensen. Oxford: Regnum, 2008. 274 pp. 9781870345644. 40.

[dagger] FRETHEIM, Kjetil. Whose kingdom? Which context? Ecumenical and contextual theology in the World Alliance of YMCAs, International Review of Mission 97 (384-385) 2008, 116-128. 41.

[dagger] NELSON, Derek R. Encountering the World's religions: Nathan Soderblom and the concept of revelation, Dialog 46 (4) 2007, 363-370. 42.

[dagger] USTORF, Werner. The cultural origins of "intercultural theology", Mission Studies 25 (2) 2008, 229-251. 43.

[dagger] WUSTENBERG, Ralf K. Religionless Christianity and religious pluralism: Dietrich Bonhoeffer "revisited", Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, 113, July 2008, 4-15. 44.

See also nos. 28, 86.

03.05.00 ECUMENISM

ARAM I (Catholicos of Cilida). For a church beyond its walls/foreword by Samuel Kobia. Antelias, Lebanon: Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia, 2007. 342 pp. 45.

Speeches and papers on ecumenical matters with a Middle Eastern perspective.

[dagger] GROS, Jeffrey. The universal and the particular Christian unity in a postmodern World, Exchange 37 (4) 2008, 444-455. 46.

[dagger] JANSSEN, Allan J. A Reformed response to Local and Universal Dimensions of the Church, Exchange 37 (4) 2008, 478485.47.

[dagger] KOFFEMAN, Leo J. Introduction: local and universal ecumenical dialogue, Exchange 37 (4) 2008, 391-395. 48.

[dagger] MEY, Peter De. "A certain degree of undarity" observations on The Local and the Universal Dimensions of the Church from a Roman Catholic perspective, Exchange 37 (4) 2008, 456-465. 49.

[dagger] SMIT, Peter-Ben. An Old Catholic response to "The Local and Universal Dimensions of the Church", Exchange 37 (4) 2008, 466-477. 50.

UNITING PROTESTANT CHURCHES IN THE NETHERLANDS, OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH and ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE NETHERLANDS. The local and the universal dimensions of the Church Reformation-Catholic dialogue commission, Exchange 37 (4) 2008, 396-443. 51.

[dagger] WILSON, H. S. Moving beyond Christendom and missiondom to World Church: some perspectives from Global South, Asia on Church Local and Universal, Exchange 37 (4) 2008, 486-496. 52.

See also nos. 6, 41, 110, 133, 153, 182, 207.

03.07.00 LIBERATION THEOLOGY

See nos. 178, 183.

03.08.00 CONVERSION

[dagger] HEANEY, Robert S. Conversion to coloniality: avoiding the colonization of method, International Review of Mission 97 (384-385) 2008, 65-77. 53.

See also nos. 29, 115, 210.

03.09.00 CHARISMATIC MOVEMENT AND PENTECOSTALISM

[dagger] D'SOUZA, Leela. The Pentecostal-Charismatic movement: a socio-historical analysis, Indian Church History Review 42 (1) 2008, 30-56. 54.

[dagger] FER, Yannick. Pentecotisme et modernite urbaine: entre deterritorialisation des identites et reinvestissement symbolique de l'espace urbain, Social Compass 54 (2) 2007, 201-210. 55.

See also nos. 133, 141, 150, 153, 165, 183, 200.

04.00.00 RELIGION, RELIGIONS AND DIALOGUE

04.01.00 RELIGION IN GENERAL

[dagger] DEHN, Ulrich. Religiose Identitat und soziale und weltanschauliche Pluralitat, Interkulturelle Theologie 34 (4) 2008, 419434. 56.

See also no. 104.

04.02.00 CHRISTIANITY AND OTHER FAITHS [dagger] CHUNG, Paul S. Lutheran theology in engagement with World religions, Dialog 46 (4) 2007, 335-343. 57.

[dagger] GEFFRE, Claude. Unterwegs zu einer "interreligiosen Theologie", Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschafi und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 16-28. 58.

04.02.00

[dagger] GUTZLER, Michael, PENUMAKA, Moses and ERISMAN, Daren. Pastor, are you a religious illiterate? Dialog 46 (4) 2007, 371-381. 59.

[dagger] INGRAM, Paul O. On being a Lutheran in a religiously plural world, Dialog 46 (4) 2007, 344-354. 60.

[dagger] LIENEMANN-PERRIN, Christine. Mission und interreligioser Dialog: ein antagonistisches oder ein Konvergenzverhaltnis? Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschafi und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 48-58. 61.

NAZIR-ALI, Michael. The unique and universal Christ. Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2008. xii, 158 pp. 62.

[dagger] PERSAUD, Winston D. Luther's small and large catechisms: defining and confessing Christian faith from the centre in a religiously plural World, Dialog 46 (4) 2007, 355-362. 63.

[dagger] PETERS, Ted. Re-framing the question: how can we construct a theology of religions?, Dialog 46 (4) 2007, 322-334. 64.

[dagger] SCHREITER, Robert J. Sharing memories of the past: the healing of memories and interreligious encounter, Currents in Theology and Mission 35 (2) 2008, 110-117. 66.

[dagger] SOUJEOLE, Benoit-Dominique de la. Das ekklesiologische Problem im interreligiosen Dialog, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 40-47. 65.

[dagger] SPREAFICO, Ambrogio. Der Friedensbeitrag des Religionsdialogs nach der Erfahrung der Gemeinschaft Sant'Egidio, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 93-101. 67.

[dagger] STANLEY, Timothy. Speaking credibly? Communicating Christian particularism in postmodern contexts, International Review of Mission 97 (384-385) 2008, 21-30. 68.

[dagger] WALDENFELS, Hans. Standpunkt und Standpunkte: Unterwegs zu einer Theologie der Religionen, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 5-15. 69.

See also nos. 31, 37, 39, 42, 44, 56, 85, 140, 193.

04.06.00 HINDUISM

See nos. 59, 88, 204, 210

04.08.00 ISLAM

[dagger] AKASHEH, Khaled. Der islamischchristliche Dialog: Situation und Perspektiven, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 70-80. 70.

[dagger] BIJLEFELD, Willem Abraham. Christian-Muslim relations: developments of 2006 in historical context, Currents in Theology and Mission 35 (2) 2008, 85-99. 71.

[dagger] BURRE, Jeffrey C. Jihad: spiritual striving in the way of God, Journal of the Henry Martyn Institute 26 (1) 2007, 92-97. 72.

[dagger] CORNELL, Vincent J. Tradition and the past: impediments or boons to envisioning the future of Islam?. Currents in Theology and Mission 35 (2) 2008, 100-109. 73.

[dagger] DECHANT, John. Interpreting the miracles of Shaykh Ahmad-e Jam, Journal of the Henry Marlyn Institute 26 (1) 2007, 3-15. 74.

[dagger] GORRIG, Detlef, SCHINDEHUTTE, Matti J. Geschwister--Gegner--Konkurrenten: vonder "Mohammedaner-Mission" zum christlich-islamischen Dialog. Stationen missionswis senschaftlicher Wahrnehmungen des Islam 1910-2010, Interkulturelle Theologie 34 (4) 2008, 382-399. 75.

[dagger] GRIFFITH, Sidney H. Christians under Muslim rule, In: The Cambridge History of Christianity: early medieval Christianities c.600-c.1100/edited by Thomas F X Noble, Julia M H Smith.--Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, pp. 197-212. 76.

[dagger] HOCK, Klaus. Freiheit aus dem Geist des Propheten: die Autonomie des Menschen im islamischen Denken der Neuzeit, Interkulturelle Theologie 34 (4) 2008, 400-418. 77.

[dagger] HOEFER, Herb. Muslim-friendly Christian worship, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 48-53. 78.

[dagger] HYATT, Erik. Christian witness in Muslim settings, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 84-92. 79.

[dagger] KUGLE, Scott. Islam beyond violence: visions of peaceful struggle from Muslim activists in South Asia, Journal of the Henry Martyn Institute 26 (1) 2007, 16-56. 80.

[dagger] MADIGAN, Patricia. Women negotiating modernity: a gender perspective on fundamentalisms in Catholicism and Islam, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 20 (1) 2009, 1-20. 81.

MOUCARRY, Chawkat. The search for forgiveness: pardon and punishment in Islam and Christiania. Leicester: Inter-Varsity Press, 2004. 373 pp. 12.99 [pounds sterling]. 82.

[dagger] MUSHTAQ, Naeem. Introducing human rights education in Christian-Muslim dialogue, Al-Mushir 49 (2) 2007, 71-88. 83.

PETERSON, Daniel C. Muhammad Prophet of God. Cambridge: Eerdmans, 2007. xi, 186 pp. 80802807540. 84.

[dagger] PRATT, Douglas. The World Council of Churches in dialogue with Muslims: retrospect and prospect, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 20 (1) 2009, 21-42. 85.

SINGH, David Emmanuel (ed). Jesus and the cross: reflections of Christians from Islamic contexts/foreword by Lamin Sanneh (Global Theological Voices). Oxford: Regnum Books International, 2008. ix, 226 pp. 9781870345651. 86.

David Emmanuel Singh, Introduction, 1-4; Jules Gomes, Ecce, Agnus Dei: the cross in the Old Testament, 7-14; Eliya Mohol, The prophetic response to suffering, 15-21; Babu Immanuel, The cross in the Gospels, 23-31; Kenneth Cragg, The cross and power: parting of ways, 33-46; David Thomas, Denying the cross in early Muslim dialogues with Christians, 49-53; Ivor Mark Beaumont, Debating the cross in early Christian dialogues with Muslims, 55-64; Leonard N. Bartlotti, The Gospel in Afghan Pashto poetry, proverbs and folklore, 67-83; Jonathan E. Culver, An Islamic 'Good Friday': celebrating the feast of sacrifice in Indonesia, 85-87; Salim Munayer, The cross and reconciliation in Palestine, 89-95; John Chesworth, The cross and 'outreach' literature in East Africa, 97-103; Jose Abraham, A Girardian reading and response to communal violence in India, 105-113; Pervaiz Sultan, A Pakistani Christian's perspective on the cross, 115-119; Arne Fjeldstad, The cross in the Egyptian 'Church of the Martyrs', 121-124; Hwa Yung, Prophethood and the cross, 125-133; Ida Glaser, Cross-reference theology: speaking, thinking and living the cross in the context of Islam, 137-155; Rollin G. Grams, God, the Beneficent-the Merciful, and Jesus' cross: from abstract to concrete theologizing, 157-166; Clinton Bennett, A Christian response to the absence of the Cross in Islam, 167-175; Kenneth Cragg, The Qur'an and the Cross--less absent than you think, 177-186; David Emmanuel Singh, Christology in an alternative Islamic theological structure, 187-200.

[dagger] STEENBRINK, Karel. The new quest for the origins of Islam, Journal of the Henry Marlyn Institute 26 (1) 2007, 81-91. 87.

[dagger] TAREEN, SherAli. Reifying religion while lost in translation: Mirza Mazhar Jan-I Janan on the Hindus, Journal of the Henry Martyn Institute 26 (1) 2007, 57-80. 88.

See also nos. 26, 31, 35, 59, 99, 149-151, 157-8, 212-4.

04.11.00 JUDAISM

[dagger] ALBERT, Bat-Sheva. Christians and Jews, In: The Cambridge History of Christiania: early medieval Christianities c.600-c.1100/edited by Thomas F X Noble, Julia M H Smith.--Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, pp. 159-177. 89.

[dagger] THOMA, Clemens. Der christlichjudische Dialog aus katholischer und judischer Sicht, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 59-69. 90.

04.13.00 PRIMAL RELIGIONS

[dagger] BUJO, Benezet. Das Christentum und die Religion Afrikas. Situation und Perspektiven des Dialogs, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 81-92. 91.

[dagger] JEGEDE, Charles Obafemi. From disease etiology to disease treatment: an inquiry into religion and the Yoruba therapeutics, Orita 38 (1/2) 2006, 167-186. 92.

See also nos. 36, 105, 136, 155, 160, 166, 225.

04.16.00 ATHEISM, UNBELIEF AND SECULARISM

[dagger] MARTIN, David. What I really said about secularization, Dialog 46 (2) 2007, 139-152. 93.

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] DIARRA, Pierre. Eau, air, terre, feu ... d'une anthropologie a une quete de justice, Sedos Bulletin 40 (11/12) 2008, 307-310. 94.

05.01.01

[dagger] WITTENBERG, Gunther. Plant and animal rights: an absurd idea or ecological necessity: perspectives from the Hebrew Torah, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 131, July, 2008, 72-83. 95.

05.02.00 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DIMENSIONS

05.02.01 Social Order, Social Change

[dagger] KASONGA, Martin Bayamba. L'art de vivre ensemble a l'epreuve de la mondialisation, Sedos Bulletin 40 (11//12) 2008, 296-302. 96.

LEFFEL, Gregory P. Faith seeking action: mission, social movements and the Church in motion. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press, 2007 xxii, 292 p; ill. 9780810858039. 97.

05.02.02 Women in Society and in the Church

MILLER, Darrow L., GUTHRIE, Stan.

Nurturing the nations: reclaiming the dignity of women in building healthy cultures. Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2007. x, 277 pp. 9781934068090. 98.

See also nos. 32, 81, 133, 137, 170.

05.02.03 Marriage and the Family

[dagger] LANRE-ABASS, Bolatito A. Islamic marriage practices and the HIV/AIDS pandemic, Orita 38 (1/2) 2006, 135-152. 99.

See also nos. 29, 118, 161, 183, 220.

05.02.06 Culture and Anthropology

[dagger] FLANDERS, Christopher. Fixing the problem of face, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 12-19. 100.

[dagger] FUJINO, Gary. Toward a cross-cultural identity of forgiveness, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 22-28. 101.

HIEBERT, Paul G. Transforming worldviews: an anthropological understanding of how people change. Grand Rapids, MI.: Baker, 2008 367 pp 13.99 [pounds sterling]. 102.

[dagger] LEWIS, Richard G. How cultures work: a roadmap for intercultural understanding in the workplace, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 38-45. 103.

See also nos. 17-18, 43, 78, 115, 124, 140, 161, 180, 193.

05.02.07 Race and Ethnicity

See no. 167.

05.02.08 The Arts and Literature (see also 07.09.00)

05.02.09 Science and Technology

[dagger] BENSON, John E. The "new cognitive science of religion" and religious pluralism, Dialog 46 (4) 2007, 382-389. 104.

05.02.10 Communication and Information Management

[dagger] OYERONKE, Olajubu. The documentation and propagation of Ifa corpus and the challenge of modern information technology: the Internet as a focus, Orita 38 (1/2) 2006,153-165. 105.

05.03.00 ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS 05.03.02 Wealth and Poverty See nos. 98, 163.

05.03.03 Development

See no. 194.

05.04.00 POLITICAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS

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

See nos. 143-4, 155, 167, 196, 202, 208, 227.

05.04.02 Justice and Human Rights

See nos. 83, 171,181.

05.04.03 Colonial and Imperial Rule

See nos. 23-24

05.04.05 Peace, War and Conflict

[dagger] GALLARES, Judette. Non-violence and meekness, Sedos Bulletin 40 (11/12) 2008, 292-295. 106.

PADILLA, C. Rene and SCOTT, Lindy, Terrorism and the war in Iraq: a Christian word from Latin America, Buenos Aires: Kairos, 2004. 186 pp. 107.

See also nos. 67, 138, 212.

05.04.06 Migration, Refugees and Minority Groups

See no. 133.

05.04.08 Slavery, Slave Trade

[dagger] JOHNSON, Sylvester A. Colonialism, biblical world-making, and temporalities in Olaudah Equiano's Interesting Narrative, Church History 77 (4) 2008, 1003-102. 108.

[dagger] PASQUIER, Michael. '"Though their skin remains brown, I hope their souls will soon be white': slavery, French missionaries, and the Roman Catholic priesthood in the American south, 1789-1865", Church History 77 (2) 2008, 337-370. 109.

05.05.00 JUSTICE, PEACE AND THE INTEGRITY OF CREATION

See no. 226.

06.00.00 THE STRUCTURE OF MISSION--CHURCH AND MISSION

06.01.00 THE CHURCH

06.01.01 Nature and Structure of the Church

[dagger] BRINKMAN, Martien E. The Church as sacrament of the Kingdom: a Reformed commentary, Exchange 37 (4) 2008, 497-507. 110.

[dagger] EIJK, Ton van. Sacrament of the Kingdom of God, Exchange 37 (4) 2008, 508-516. 111.

[dagger] MORITZ, Joshua M. Beyond strategy, towards the Kingdom of God: the postcritical reconstructionist mission of the Emerging Church, Dialog 47 (1) 2008, 27-36. 112.

See also nos. 38, 66, 162, 201.

06.01.08 Laity

See no. 189.

06.02.00 MISSIONS AND THE MISSIONARY

06.02.01 Structure of Mission Agencies

[dagger] NEWELL, Marvin. Quality standards for agencies, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 94-98. 113.

See also no. 33.

06.02.04 The Missionary, Missionary Vocation

[dagger] LEWIS-ANDERSON, Dawn. Doing one thing well: stepping through the short-term mission experience, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 74-81.114.

[dagger] MALLARE, John. A multifaceted journey on conversion: viewpoint of a missionary in the last stage of initial formation, Sedos Bulletin 40 (11/12) 2008, 296-302. 115.

[dagger] PITTS, William L. Recruiting for missions: the Baylor Volunteer Foreign Mission Band, 1900-1906, Baptist History and Heritage 43 (1) 2008, 94-110. 116.

[dagger] ROBERT, Dennis. Landing on your feet: assisting international workers when they return home, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 100-103. 117.

[dagger] ROOT, Andrew. The youth ministry mission trip as global tourism: are we ok with this? Dialog47 (4) 2008, 314-319. 118.

SILLS, M. David. The missionary call; find your place in God's plan for the World. Chicago: Moody, 2008. 246 pp. 0802450288. 119.

See also nos. 2, 19.

06.02.05 Missionary Training and Preparation

[dagger] NEMER, Lawrence. My pilgrimage in mission, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 33 (1) 2009, 39-41. 120.

06.03.00 FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF CHURCH AND MISSION

[dagger] MURDOCK, Steve. Cutting the purse strings: how to avoid and overcome paternalism, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45 (1) 2009, 66-72. 121.

ROWELL, John, To give or not to give? Rethinking dependency, restoring generosity, & redefining sustainabilily Tyrone, GA: Authentic, 2007. xxiii, 262 pp. 9781932805854. 122.

07.00.00 THE PRACTICE OF MISSION--FORMS OF MINISTRY AND WITNESS

07.02.00 Communications, Media

[dagger] BOSCH, Tanja. Radio as confession: religious community radio stations in South Africa, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 131, July, 2008, 84-99. 123.

[dagger] HALL, Gary P. Choosing life or Second Life? Discipleship and agency in a mediated culture, International Review of Mission 97 (384-385) 2008, 7-20. 124.

See also no. 195.

07.05.00 EVANGELISM

07.05.01 Evangelism in General

See nos. 79, 111,198.

07.05.04 Urban Evangelism

See no. 55.

07.06.00 HEALTH, MEDICINE, HEALING

+ LOHMAYER, Jurgen. Hell und Befreiung in Afrika: Die Kirchen vor der missionarischen Herausforderung durch HIV/AIDS, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 143-146. 125.

See also nos. 92, 99, 170.

07.07.00 LINGUISTICS, TRANSLATION, SCRIPTURE DISTRIBUTION

[dagger]MOBLEY, Kendal P. "Helen Barrett Montgomery: a 'middle-of-the-road Baptist' Bible translator", Baptist History and Heritage 42 (2) 2007, 55-68. 126.

See also nos. 218, 223.

07.09.00 Music, THE ARTS, ARCHITECTURE

CHINNAWONG, Sawai. Christ on the Bangkok Road: the art of Sawai Chinnawong/ Introduction by William J. Yoder. New Haven, CT: OMSC Publications, 2007. 79 pp.: ill. 127.

0976220520

SASONGKO, Wisnu. Think on these things: harmony and diversity/Introduction by Jaime Lara. New Haven, CT: OMSC Publications, 2007.96 pp. ill. 0976220512. 128.

Paintings by an Indonesian Christian artist

07.10.00 PASTORAL ACTIVITY AND CHRISTIAN FORMATION

[dagger] HOURANI, Joseph T. Let your light shine, Near East School of Theology Theological Review 29 (2) 2008, 128-138. 129.

See also no. 124.

07.13.00 SPIRITUALITY, RENEWAL, LIFE-STYLE

[dagger] ELLIS, Christopher. Spirituality in mission: gathering and grace, In: Under the rule of Christ: dimensions of Baptist spirituality (Regent's Study Guides 14) Oxford: Regent's Park College, 2008, pp. 169-187. 130.See also nos. 20, 110.

07.14.00 THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

[dagger] SCHATTAUER, Thomas H. The missional shape of worship in Evangelical Lutheran Worship, Dialog 47 (2) 2008, 181-184. 131.

[dagger] VAHAKANGAS, Mika. On the 0r)relevance of Lutheran theology: teaching Lutheran theology in Tanzania, Dialog47 (2) 2008, 172-175. 132.

See also nos. 120, 134, 159, 172, 221.

07.15.00 WORSHIP, LITURGY, PRAYER

See also. 78, 111,198.

08.00.00 AFRICA

08.01.00 AFRICA IN GENERAL

ADOGAME, Afe, GERLOFF, Roswith and HOCK, Klaus (eds.) Christianity in Africa and the African diaspora: the appropriation of a scattered heritage. London: Continuum, 2008. xiv, 354 pp. 1847063179. 133.

Dominique Kounkou, Prologue, xi-xiv; Afe Adogame, Roswith Gerloff and Klaus Hock, Introduction, 1-5; Olayemi Akinwummi, Political or spiritual partition: the impact of the 1884/85 Berlin Conference on Christian missions in Africa, 9-19; Jonathan J. Bonk, Ecclesiastical cartography and the invisible continent, 20-32; Deji Ayegboyin, Colonization in Africa: the local and global implications for Christianity in contemporary Nigeria, 33-49; Ezra Chitando, The role of the churches in the struggle for liberation in Southern Africa: a thematic survey, 50-62; Abraham Akrong, Deconstructing colonial mission, new missiological perspectives in African Christianity, 63-75; Richard V. Pierard, Baptists in Africa: a missionary church in action, 76-85; Kevin Ward, The Empire fights back, the invention of African Anglicanism, 86-96; Andreas Heuser, Imperial war-zones and frontiers of conversion, 97-109; Bolaji Olukemi Bateye, Paradigmatic shirts: reconstruction of female leadership roles in the new generation churches in South-Western Nigeria, 113-125; Deirdre Helen Crumbley, From Holy Ground to virtual reality: Aladura gender practices in cyberspace: an African diaspora perspective, 126-139; Deborah Gaitskell, Petticoat partition or faith-full friendship? Motives and outcomes of British women's immigration to Africa from the scramble to the present, 140-151; Nico Botha, HIV/AIDS discourse and the quest for a rebirth in Africa: a theological perspective, 152-164; Matthews A. Ojo, Transnational religious networks and indigenous Pentecostal missionary enterprises in the West African coastal region, 167-179; Philomena Njeri Mwaura, The role of charismatic Christianity in reshaping the religious scene in Africa: the case of Kenya, 180-192; J. Kwabena AsamoahGyadu, "I will put my breath in you, and you will come to life": Charismatic renewal in Ghanaian mainline churches and its implications for African "Diasporean" Christianity, 193-207; Roswith Gerloff, Churches of the Spirit: the Pentecostal/Charismatic Movement and Africa's contribution to the renewal of Christianity, 208-220; Antipas L. Harris, Elements of African religious spiritual practices in African American worship: resounding practical theological implications, 221-231; Klaus Hock, Religion on the move: transcultural perspectives: discourses on diaspora religion between category formation and the quest for religious identity, 235-247; Ale Adogame, Who do they think they are? Mental images and the unfolding of an African diaspora in Germany, 248-264; Evangdos Karagiannis and Nina Glick Schiller, "... the land which the LORD your God giveth you": two churches founded by African migrants in Oststadt, Germany, 265-278; Dapo Asaju, Colonial politicization of religion: residual effects on the ministry of African-led churches in Britain, 279-292; Herbert Griffiths, The implication of mission from a Black Seventh-day Adventist perspective, with reference to Britain, the Caribbean and Africa, 293-303; Aurdlien Mokoko Gampiot, Kimbanguism as a migrants' religion in Europe, 304-313; Alle G. Hoekema, The position of African Christians in the Netherlands, 314-322; Benjamin Simon, An ecumenical challenge at the beginning of the twenty-first century: Koinonia vs. convivence, 323335; Ursula Harfst, The "Program for cooperation between German and foreign language churches" and African churches in the Rhein-Ruhr-Region: developments from 1999, 336-344.

[dagger] GALGALO, Joseph D. and MOMBO, Esther. Theological education in Africa in the post-1998 Lambeth Conference, Journal of Anglican Studies 6 (1) 2008, 31-40. 134.

[dagger] GIFFORD, Paul. Trajectories in African Christianity, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 8 (4) 2008, 275-289. 135.

KALU, Ogbu U. Clio in a sacred garb: essays on Christian presence and African responses, 1900-2000 Trenton, N J: Africa World Press, 2008. xvii, 346 pp. 1592216315. 136.

[dagger] LENKABULA, Puleng. The shift in gravity of the Church to Sub-Saharan African: theological and ecclesiastical implications for women, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 8 (4) 2008, 290-304. 137.

SHORTER, Aylward. African recruits & missionary conscripts: the White Fathers and the Great War (1914-1922). London: Missionaries of Africa History Project, 2007. xii, 270 pp. 9780955523502. 138.

[dagger] SMIT, Dirkie. Challenges for Reformed churches in Africa: a contemporary narrative, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 8 (4) 2008, 319-336. 139.

[dagger] UKWUEGBU, Bernard. "Neither Jew nor Greek": the Church in Africa and the quest for self-understanding in the light of the Pauline vision and today's context of cultural pluralism, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 8 (4) 2008, 305-318. 140.

[dagger] VAN GORDER, Christian A. Beyond the rivers of Africa: the Afrocentric Pentecostalism of Mensa Otabil, Pneuma 30 (1) 2008, 33-54. 141.

See also nos. 30, 125.

08.02.00 AFRICAN THEOLOGIES

ADAMO, David Tuesday. Explorations in African Biblical studies. Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria: Justice Jeco Press & Publishers Ltd, 2005. 187 pp. 9783387251. 142.

Originally published: Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2001

[dagger] BYARUHANGA, Christopher. The Church's involvement in politics in Africa: passive or evaluative?, AICMAR Bulletin 7, 2008, 37-51. 143.

[dagger] KEYA, Benjamin Shikwati. Validating African Christian political involvement, AICMAR Bulletin 7, 2008, 18-36. 144.

[dagger] KOMBO, James. Christianity as an African religion: version, subversion and ecclesial praxis, AICMAR Bulletin 7, 2008, 1-17. 145.

[dagger] WACHIRA, Timothy. The parable of the unloved neighbour: Bible exposition: Luke 10:25-37, AICMAR Bulletin 7, 2008, 52-65. 146.

See also nos. 91,136, 148.

08.03.00 AFRICAN INSTITUTED CHURCHES

[dagger] HAYES, Stephen. Orthodox Ecclesiology in Africa: a study of the "Ethiopian" churches of South Africa, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 8 (4) 2008, 337-354. 147.

ODURO, Thomas, PRETORIUS, Hennie, NUSSBAUM, Stan, BORN, Bryan. Mission in an African way: a practical introduction to African instituted churches and their sense of mission (Marturia Series). [Wellington, South Africa]: Christian Literature Fund and [Wellington, South Africa]: Bible Media, 2008. xiii, 228 pp. 9781868042333. 148.

See also nos. 133, 161,165, 173. 08.05.00 EAST AFriCA

See no. 86.

08.06.00 NORTH AFRICA

[dagger] FROMHERZ, Allen. North Africa and the twelfth-century renaissance: Christian Europe and the Almohad Islamic Empire, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 20 (1) 2009, 43-59. 149.

08.08.00 SOUTHERN AFRICA

See no. 133.

08.09.00 WEST AFRICA

[dagger] SAMSON, Fabienne. Entre repli communautaire et fait missionnaire: deux mouvements religieux, Chretien et Musulman, ouest-africains en perspective comparative, Social Sciences and Missions 21 (2) 2008, 228-252. 150.

08.11.00 POLITICAL UNITS

08.11.01 Algeria

PERENNES, Jean-Jacques. A life poured out: Pierre Claverie of Algeria/transl. Phyllis Jestice and Matthew Sherry. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2007. xv, 286 pp. 9781570757068. 151.

08.11.04 Benin

[dagger] MAYRARGUE, Cedric. Les lieux de l'expansion Evangelique a Cotonou: centralite des espaces cultuels et dilution des espaces du proselytisme, Social Sciences and Missions 21 (2) 2008, 253-278. 152.

08.11.05 Botswana

See no. 24.

08.11.08 Cameroun

[dagger] DJOMHOUE, Priscille. Manifestations of ecumenism in Africa today: a study of the mainline and Pentecostal churches in Cameroon, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 8 (4) 2008, 355-368. 153.

MESSINA, Jean-Paul, SLAGEREN, Jaap von. Histoire du christianisme au Cameroun: des origines a nos jours. Preface by Victor Tonye Bakot, postface by Joseph Mtochive Paris: Karthala and Yaounde: Editions CLE 2005. 452 pp. 2845866879 (Karthala), 9956090247 (CLE). 154.

[dagger] TALLA, Richard Tanto, NDEH, Martin Sango Sorcery, superstition and rituals in Cameroon modern politics since 1990, Orita 38 (1/2) 2006, 27-47. 155.

08.11.15 Egypt

See no. 86.

08.11.17 Ethiopia

[dagger] KAPLAN, Steven. Finding the True Cross: the social-political dimensions of the Ethiopian Masqal festival, Journal of Religion in Africa 38 (4) 2008, 447-465. 156.

[dagger] OSTEBO, Terje. The question of becoming: Islamic reform movements in contemporary Ethiopia, Journal of Religion in Africa 38 (4) 2008, 416-446. 157.

08.11.19 Gambia

[dagger] FREDERIKS, Martha T. Methodists and Muslims in the Gambia, Islam and Muslim-Christian Relations 20 (1) 2009, 61-72. 158.

08.11.20 Ghana

[dagger] ATTA-BAFFOE, Victor. Ministerial formation and theological education in Ghana: prospects and challenges, Journal of Anglican Studies 6 (1) 2008, 41-48. 159.

[dagger] GILBERT, Michelle. The King, his soul and the pastor: three views of a conflict in Akropong 1906-7, Journal of Religion in Africa 38 (4) 2008, 359-415. 160.

See also no. 133.

08.11.24 Kenya

[dagger] MOROVICH, Barbara. Prophetes, missionnaires et marriages au Kenya, Social Sciences and Missions 21 (2) 2008, 173-192. 161.

See also nos. 32, 133-4, 144.

08.11.28 Madagascar

[dagger] RICH, Cynthia Holder. Spirit and culture: navigating ecclesiological minefields in Madagascar, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 113, July, 2008, 58-71. 162.

08.11.38 Nigeria

[dagger] ATERE, Martina I. The rich man and Lazarus in the context of some selected cities in Nigeria, Orita 38 (1/2) 2006, 71-83. 163.

Case studies in begging

[dagger] BARNES, Andrew E. The Middle Belt movement and the formation of Christian consciousness in colonial northern Nigeria, Church History 76 (3) 2007, 591-610. 164.

[dagger] FATOKUN, Samson A. The Apostolic Church Nigeria: the 'metamorphosis' of an African indigenous prophetic-healing movement into a Classical Pentecostal denomination, Orita 38 (1/2) 2006, 49-70. 165.

[dagger] LABEODAN Adekunbi Helen. On and iwa as embodiment of Yoruba moral values, Orita 38 (1/2) 2006, 117-134. 166.

[dagger] MANUS, Ukachukwu Chris. Religion and politics in a multi-ethnic society, Nigeria: reflections of a Christian theologian, Orita 38 (1/2) 2006, 1-26. 167.

[dagger] ODAY, Onah Augustine. The impact of Christian mission in Yala, 1921-1991, Al-Mushir 49 (1) 2007, 27-50. 168.

[dagger] OGUNGBILE, David O. Ijesai culture and the growth of Christianity in Nigeria since the 20th century, Orita 38 (1/2) 2006, 85-116. 169.

See also nos. 92, 105, 133.

08.11.46 South Africa

[dagger] HADDAD, Beverley, Surviving the HIV and AIDS epidemic in South Africa: women living and dying, theologizing and being theologized, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 113, July, 2008, 47-57. 170.

[dagger] RICHARDSON, Neville. Heroes of the struggle or martyrs for the faith? How do we recognize martyrs today? Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 113, July, 2008, 30-46. 171.

[dagger] TRISK, Janet and PATO, Luke. Theological education and Anglican identity in South Africa, Journal of Anglican Studies 6 (1) 2008, 59-67. 172.

See also nos. 123, 147. 08.11.49 Tanzania See no. 132.

08.11.52 Uganda

See nos. 6, 133.

08.11.55 Congo Democratic Republic (formerly Zaire)

[dagger] BALZ, Heinrich. Kimbanguismus auf Abwegen, Interkulturelle Theologie 34 (4) 2008, 438-445. 173.

[dagger] WILD-WOOD, Emma. Saint Apolo from Europe, or "what's in a Luganda name?", Church History 77 (1) 2008, 105-127. 174.

09.00.00 THE AMERICAS

09.02.00 AFRO-AMERICA

See no. 133.

09.03.00 ISLANDS OF THE AMERICAS

09.03.01 Caribbean in General

See nos. 22, 133.

09.03.12 Jamaica

See no. 24.

09.04.00 LATIN AMERICA

09.04.01 Latin America in General

[dagger] AMEIGEIRAS, Aldo. "Culture populaire et religion": approches theoriques de la religiosite populaire au sein des cultures populaires latino-americaines, Social Compass 55 (3) 2008, 304-315. 175.

[dagger] GUTIERREZ-MARTINEZ, Daniel. Croyances et religiosites en Amerique latine: approche theorique du multiculturalisme, Social Compass 55 (3) 2008, 275-289. 176.

[dagger] PRANDI, Reginaldo. Religions and cultures: religious dynamics in Latin America, Social Compass 55 (3) 2008, 264-274. 177.

09.04.02 Latin American Theologies

HEANEY, Sharon E. Contextual theology for Latin America: liberation themes in evangelical perspective/foreword by Samuel Escobar (Paternoster theological monographs) Milton Keynes: Paternoster, 2008. xx, 292 pp. 24.99 [pounds sterting] 9781842275153. 178.

[dagger] VARGAS, Alicia. The construction of Latina Christology: an invitation to dialogue, Currents in Theology and Mission 34 (4) 2007, 271-277. 179.

See also nos. 107.

09.04.08 Brazil

[dagger] MARIZ, Cecilia L. and MACHADO, Dores C. Apropos de l'inculturation dans le catholicisme bresilien contemporain, Social Compass 55 (3) 2008, 290-303. 180.

09.04.09 Chile

[dagger] FRENZ, Helmut. A bishop saving "singers": tales of torture in Pinochet's Chile, Dialog 47 (3) 2008, 251-260. 181.

[dagger] GROS, Jeffrey. Struggle and reconciliation: some reflections on ecumenism in Chile, International Review of Mission 97 (384-385) 2008, 50-64. 182.

09.04.13 El Salvador

[dagger] WADKINS, Timothy: Getting saved in El Salvador: the preferential option for the poor, International Review of Mission 97 (384-385) 2008, 31-49. 183.

09.04.17 Honduras

[dagger] LEQUIRE, Stan L. Finding untold stories, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 113, July, 2008, 16-29. 184.

On the murder of a Christian environmental activist.

09.04.21 Paraguay

[dagger] LUSTIG, Wolf. Das Land ohne Ubel ist nicht von dieser Welt: Fiktionen uber den "Jesuitenstaat" in Paraguay, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 102-117. 185.

09.05.00 NORTH AMERICA

09.05.01 North America in General 09.05.02 Native Americans

[dagger] GALLAGHER, Carol. Native Americans: remembrance, reconciliation and restoration, Studies in World Christianity 14 (3) 2008, 233-240. 186.

09.05.04 USA in General

[dagger] FISHER, Linford D. Native Americans, conversion, and Christian practice in colonial New England 1640-1730, Harvard Theological Review 102 (1) 2009 101-124. 187.

ROSELL, Garth M. The surprising work of Go& Harold Ockenga, Billy Graham, and the rebirth of Evangelicalism, Grand Rapids, MI.: Baker, 2008. 268 pp. 9780801035708. 188.

[dagger] U.S. CATHOLIC MISSION ASSOCIATION. U.S. Catholic missioners: more laity, greater focus on North America, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 33 (1) 2009, 24. 189.

See also nos. 22, 109.

10.00.00 ASIA

10.01.00 ASIA IN GENERAL

[dagger] D'SAMI, Bernard. The social mission of the Church in Asia: the impact of Gaudium et spes on Catholic students' and workers' movements, Indian Church History Review 42 (1) 2008, 57-65. 190.

[dagger] MENAMPARAMPIL, Thomas. The Gospel in Asia: the role of the religious in the evangelizing mission of the Church; Part 2, Sedos Bulletin 40 (11/12) 2008, 278-291. 191.

See also nos. 30, 52.

10.02.00 ASIAN THEOLOGIES

[dagger] LI Qiuling. Historical reflections on "Sino-Christian theology", China Study Journal Spring/Summer, 2007, 54-67. 192.

[dagger] PANG, Samuel Yunsang. A postcolonial theological project: creating space for the studies of World Christianity, International Review of Mission 97 (384-385) 2008, 78-90. 193.

[dagger] SI, Oliver Byar Bowh. Mission as transformation: an exploration of the relationship between mission and development, International Review of Mission 97 (384-385) 2008, 91-102. 194.

See also nos. 191,199.

10.03.00 ARAB WORLD

STRENGHOLT, Jos M. Gospel in the air: 50years of Christian witness through radio in the Arab World. Boekencentrum, 2008. xxxiii, 962 pp. 195.

10.04.00 MIDDLE EAST

See nos. 30, 45.

10.08.00 POLITICAL UNITS

10.08.01 Afghanistan

See nos. 80, 86.

10.08.10 China (People's Republic)

[dagger] FIELDER, Caroline. Real change or mere rhetoric? An evaluation of the 2005 regulations on religious affairs a year on, China Study Journal Spring/Summer, 2007, 33-53. 196.

JI Jingyi. Encounters between Chinese culture and Christiania: a hermeneutical perspective London: Global, 2008. xi, 241 pp. 24.99 [pounds sterling] 9783825807092. 197.

[dagger] KANG Zhijie. Characteristics of Catholic liturgy in contemporary China: a case study of Mount Mopan, Hubai Province, China Study Journal Spring/ Summer 2007, 85-97. 198.

[dagger] RUOKANEN, Mikka. Luther and China, Dialog 47 (2) 2008, 167-171. 199.

[dagger] WILSON, Michael D. Contending for tongues: W. W. Simpson's Pentecostal experience in Northwest China, Pneuma 29 (2) 2007, 281-298. 200.

[dagger] XIN Yalin. Inner dynamics of the Chinese House Church movement: the case of the Word of Life Community, Mission Studies 25 (2) 2008, 157-184. 201.

[dagger] YING Fuk Tsang. New wine in old wineskins: an appraisal of China's religious legislation and the "Regulations on Religious Affairs", China Study Journal Spring/Summer, 2007, 5-32. 202.

[dagger] YOU Xilin and CHEN Lianguo. Fellowship in contemporary religion and ethics: report on oral enquiry into beliefs of village people in Catholic diocese of Zhouzi, China Study Journal Spring/ Summer 2007, 68-84. 203.

See also nos. 32, 192.

10.08.15 India

BAUMAN, Chad M. Christian identity and Dalit religion in Hindu India, 1868-1947. Grand Rapids, MI.: Eerdmans, 2008. xiv, 276 pp. 22.99 [pounds sterling] 9780802862761. 204.

[dagger] DAUGHRITY, Dyron. A dissonant mission: Stephen Neill, Amy Carmichael, and missionary conflict in South India, International Review of Mission 97 (384-385) 2008, 103-115. 205.

[dagger] FARIAS, Kranti K. Blessed Joseph Vaz with the Lord and with the people of Goa and Kanara, Indian Church History Review 42 (1) 2008, 15-29. 206.

[dagger] LAING, Mark. The international impact of the formation of the Church of South India: Bishop Newbigin versus the Anglican Fathers, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 33 (1) 2009, 18-24. 207.

[dagger] MENAMPARAMPIL, Thomas. A call for probity in public life: a cultural and religious point of view. Part 2, Mission Today 10 (4) 2008, 339-354. 208.

[dagger] NONGBRI, B. L. Welsh Presbyterian mission and Protestant Christianity in North East India with special reference to Khasi-Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya, 1841-1900, Indian Church History Review 42 (1) 2008, 66-86. 209.

[dagger] PORUTHUR, Anto. Contemporary challenges for mission in North India, Mission Today 10 (4) 2008, 339-354. 210.

[dagger] SOUZA, Ivo da Conceicao. Evangelization of the village of Raia, Indian Church History Review 42 (1) 2008, 1-14. 211.

See also nos. 25-26, 80, 86, 88. 10.08.17 Indonesia

[dagger] ARIFIANTO, Alexander R. Explaining the cause of MuslimChristian conflicts in Indonesia: tracing the origins of Kristenisasi and Islamisasi, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 20 (1) 2009, 73-89. 212.

[dagger] BECKER, Dieter. Grundstrukturen und aktuelle Entwicklungen im indonesischen Islam, Interkulturelle Theologie 34 (4) 2008, 371-381. 213.

[dagger] ZEMMRICH, Eckhard. Gelebter Dialog. Olaf Schumann und das "Seminar der Religionen" in Indonesien, Interkulturelle Theologie 34 (4) 2008, 355-370. 214.

See also no.128.

10.08.19 Iran

See no. 74.

10.08.20 Iraq

See no. 107.

10.08.21 Israel

See nos. 86, 226. 10.08.22 Japan

[dagger] HIROTO Kayama. A new perspective for Anglicanism: mission in Northeast Asia, Journal of Anglican Studies 6 (2) 2008, 167-185. 215.

[dagger] KATO, John Hiromichi. Anglicanism in a Japanese context, Journal of Anglican Studies 6 (2) 2008, 153-166. 216.

See also no. 101.

10.08.26 Korea (North and South)

[dagger] FINCH, Andrew. The pursuit of martyrdom in the Catholic Church in Korea before 1866, Journal of Ecclesiastical History 60 (1) 2009, 95-118. 217.

HONG, Sung-wook. Naming God in Korea: the case of Protestant Christianity Foreword by Andrew Wails (Global Theological Voices). Oxford: Regnum Books International, 2008. xii, 170 pp. 9781870345668. 218.

[dagger] RYU, Dae Young. The origin and characteristics of evangelical Protestantism in Korea at the turn of the twentieth century, Church History 77 (2) 2008, 371-398. 219.

10.08.29 Lebanon

[dagger] GEOTCHERIAN, Shake, SHAW, Perry W. H. Ministry with singles: an unrecognized challenge for the Lebanese Church, Near East School of Theology Theological Review 29 (2) 2008, 115-127. 220.

See also no. 45.

10.08.31 Malaysia

[dagger] WALTERS, Albert Sundararai. Anglican national identity: theological education and ministerial formation in multifaith Malaysia, Journal of Anglican Studies 6 (1) 2008, 69-87. 221.

10.08.33 Mongolia

[dagger] LODWICK, Kathleen L. For God and Queen: James Gilmour Among the Mongols, 1870-1891, Social Sciences and Missions 21 (2) 2008, 144-172. 222.

10.08.34 Myanmar

[dagger] PLEASANTS, Phyllis Rodgerson. "Beyond translation: the work of the Judsons in Burma", Baptist History and Heritage 42 (2) 2007, 19-35. 223.

10.08.37 Pakistan

[dagger] O'BRIAN, John. The religion of Bala Shah, Al-Mushir 49 (1) 2007, 1-26. 224.

O'BRIAN, John. The religion of Bala Shah; Part 2, Al-Mushir 49 (2) 2007, 51-70. 225.

See also nos. 80, 86.

10.08.38 Palestine

[dagger] YOUNAN, Munib. The future of Palestinian Christianity and prospects for justice, peace, and reconciliation, Currents in Theology and Mission 34 (5) October, 2007, 338-350. 226.

See also no. 86.

10.08.39 Philippines

[dagger] SKRABANIA, Jerzy. Der verweigerte Tabernakelschlussel: Juristische Streifigkeiten zwischen kirchlicher und staatlicher Macht wahrend der Christianisierung der Philippinen, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 91 (1-2) 2007, 136-143. 227.

10.08.47 Thailand

See no. 127.

11.00.00 EUROPE

11.01.00 EUROPE in GENERAL

See no. 36.

11.02.00 EASTERN, a EUROPE

See no. 34.

11.07.00 POLITICAL UNITS

11.07.06 Belarus

See no. 36.

11.07.09 Bulgaria

[dagger] SIVOV, Plamen. The Church as an agent of community development in Bulgaria, Studies in World Christianity 14 (3) 2008, 214-219. 228.

11.07.20 Germany See nos. 21,133. 11.07.27 Ireland

See no. 24.

11.07.28 Italy

See no. 67.

11.07.38 Netherlands

See nos. 46-51,133.

11.07.43 Russia

[dagger] FILATOV, Sergey. Orthodoxy in Russia: post-atheist faith, Studies in World Christianity 14 (3) 2008, 187-202. 229.

[dagger] ROMANIELLO, Matthew P. Mission delayed: the Russian Orthodox Church after the conquest of Kazan, Church History 76 (3) September 2007, 511-540. 230.

[dagger] TITARENKO, Larissa. On the shifting nature of religion during the ongoing post-Communist transformation in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, Social Compass 55 (3) 2008, 237-254. 231.

See also nos. 29, 34.

11.07.45 Serbia

[dagger] IVANOVIC, Filip. Ancient glory and new mission: the Serbian Orthodox Church, Studies in World Christianity 14 (3) 2008, 220-232. 232.

11.07.50 Switzerland

See no. 33.

11.07.51 Ukraine

See no. 231.

11.07.52 United Kingdom

See no. 24.

11.07.55 Yugoslavia

12.00.00 OCEANIA

12.01.00 OCEANIA IN GENERAL

See no. 24

12.05.00 POLITICAL UNITS

12.05.01 Australia

See no. 24.

12.05.15 New Zealand

[dagger] TE PAA, Jenny Plane. Anglican identity and theological formation in Aotearoa New Zealand, Journal of Anglican Studies 6 (1) 2008, 49-58. 233.

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