Global Missiology English

Global Missiology is a quarterly publication of contributions from international researchers, practitioners and scholars who have a global perspective.

Vol 1, No 15 (2017): October

Theme: "Missiological understanding and application of the thematic framework of honor & shame"

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial DOC PDF HTML
Enoch Wan

Featured Articles

Biblical Glory-Covering Theme: Implications for the Cross-Cultural Application of the Gospel DOC PDF HTML
Mark R. Kreitzer
GOSPEL PRAYER WITH AND FOR PEOPLE IN HONOR-SHAME CULTURES DOC PDF HTML
Linda Grimms
God’s Glory and Grace: Beyond Guilt, Shame, and Fear DOC PDF HTML
David Davidson, Kenneth Hayward

Diaspora Study

CONSIDERING A BIBLICAL MANDATE FOR PROVIDING HOLISTIC PASTORAL CARE TO DIASPORA POPULATIONS DOC PDF HTML
Joey R. Peyton

Asian Studies

SORCERY AND WITCHCRAFT IN FLORES AS A MATTER OF FACT AND THE DIVINE POWER OF SACRAMENTAL HOLYWATER DOC PDF HTML
Alexander Jebadu

African Studies

Historical study of Missionary strategies that sustained Christianity in Ethiopia and the Challenges to Contemporary Churches, Missionaries and Mission Agencies DOC PDF HTML
Daniel Oyebode Akintol, Akinyemi Oluwafemi Alawode

Muslim Studies

An Interview with Duane Miller on Living Among the Breakage: Contextual Theology-Making and Ex-Muslim Christians DOC PDF HTML
Marthe Curry

Contemporary Practice

Testing, Trial and temptation: A Biblical Study DOC PDF
John V. Dahms

Review & Preview

Uche Anizor and Hank Voss, Representing Christ: A Vision for the Priesthood of All Believers. DOC PDF HTML
Mark Kreitzer
5Q: Reactivating the Original Intelligence and Capacity of the Body of Christ DOC PDF HTML
Justin White
Insider Jesus: Theological Reflections on New Christian Movements DOC PDF HTML
Warrick Farah
Ministering in Honor-Shame Cultures: Biblical Foundations and Practical Essentials DOC PDF HTML
Robert Penner

Cross-Cultural Humor

Gentle Lessons of Life DOC PDF HTML