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Book Review: The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith
The collected lectures and articles of the noted missionary and historian Andrew Walls, professor emeritus of Edinburgh University and founder of The Center for the Study of Christianity in theExpand
The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission and Appropriation of Faith
In The Cross-Cultural Process in christian History, Andrew F. Walls shows he has not lost the capacity to surprise readers with new insights into things they thought long settled. In essays thatExpand
Mission In The Twenty-First Century: Exploring the Five Marks of Global Mission
This collection of essays challenges current thinking on mission and the world Christian movement. The contributors are drawn from around the world and offer practical and scholarly reflection onExpand
Structural Problems in Mission Studies
T he proper definition of mission studies could occupy us a long time, but probably everyone could agree that cer­ tain topics belong to it. I am not concerned here with the relative importance ofExpand
Christian Scholarship in Africa in the Twenty-first Century
  • A. Walls
  • History, Sociology
  • 1 October 2002
This article is reprinted with permission from the Journal of African Christian Thought vol. 4 no. 2, December 2001 published by the Akrofi-Kristaller Memorial Centre for Mission Research and AppliedExpand
Old Athens and New Jerusalem: Some Signposts for Christian Scholarship in the Early History of Mission Studies
A t the end of a long and eventful life, the English Puritan Richard Baxter was engaging in the proper Puritan practice of introspection and self-analysis, highlighting the mat­ ters on which hisExpand
World Christianity, Theological Education and Scholarship
The theological map of the world has been transformed through demographic changes in the Church brought about by the recession from Christian faith in the West and the huge accession to it in otherExpand
Converts or Proselytes? The Crisis over Conversion in the Early Church
T word conversion has been used in Christian history in a multitude of ways. There have been at least two broad streams of usage, each with many divisions. In one stream conversion is spoken ofExpand