Category: Missiology Conversations

Nurturing a Virtual Community of Faith: Dream or Reality?

This blog is the first in our series entitled “Techno-Sapiens in a Networked Era: Becoming Digital Neighbors,” following the theme of the upcoming 2019 Missiology...

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A Lifestyle Model: Spiritual Formation in China’s Theological Education

This blog is part of an ongoing series on theological education in China. Read Dr. Diane Obenchain’s article titled “President Labberton Witnesses Firsthand New Developments in Chinese Theological Education” here and Dr. Peter Lim’s article on “20 Years of Innovative Education in China” here. I...

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Why Are There So Many White Authors?

I have been asked a number of times why are there are so many white authors in certain courses. Of course when I teach about...

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Mission Field Musings

Dr. Keon Sang An spent a number of years in Seoul as a pastor, training people for missions before entering the mission field in Eritrea...

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Global Arts and Witness in Multifaith Contexts

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2018 Missiology Lectures: Global Arts and Witness in Multifaith Contexts. What do...

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Qualifying “Christian”

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2018 Missiology Lectures: Global Arts and Witness in Multifaith Contexts. The globalization...

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Interreligious Encounters In Music

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2018 Missiology Lectures: Global Arts and Witness in Multifaith Contexts. This winter,...

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“God Moves in a Mysterious Way”: Christian Church Music in Multi-Faith Liberia West Africa in the Face of Crisis and Challenge

This blog is part of an ongoing series by the speakers for Fuller’s 2018 Missiology Lectures: Global Arts and Witness in Multifaith Contexts. It was...

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6 Reflections on Pentecostalism Today

Changes in Pentecostalism in the Global South and the Globalized Church The older Pentecostal denominations are struggling to change. There have been about 20-40 years...

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Will the Poor Always Be With Us?

One sometimes hears Christians, tired with the news of poverty and exploitation around the world, try and deflect the news by reminding us that Jesus...

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