Category: Missiology Lectures 2017

Reorganizing the World for Community— Lessons from Mexico and the Philippines

  Subversion is at the core of Christianity. Jesus was born in a humble stable and was a refugee. He did all kinds of things...

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God’s Plan for an Ethnoracially Reconciling Church

  How should we understand God’s plan for racial reconciliation in the church? The epistle to the Ephesians and the book of Revelation offer insight...

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A Fractal Missiology for a Fractured World

What do US Christians think about Trump? Why do US Christians love guns and violence so much? These were the most popular questions I received during...

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Does Your Organization Have the Moral Courage to Hire A Diverse Staff?

Last year, I spoke at a mission conference in Pasadena, California. As is the case in many evangelical events I have taken part in over...

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Five Non-Negotiables for White Folks in Pursuing Reconciliation

  “Racial reconciliation” is all the rage. Increasingly, younger white Christians are professing their desire for unity across ethnic lines. Christianity Today recently ran a piece noting...

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Making Race in Puerto Rico

Have you ever wondered about how race differs between the U.S. mainland and the commonwealth of Puerto Rico? As in the case of missiology in...

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