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Orthodox Hybridities: Anti-Syncretism and Localization in the Evangelical Christianity of Thailand
At the turn of the twenty-first century, evangelicals employ a brand of anti-syncretism that incorporates a substantial amount of hybridity. This creativity inside a framework of seemingExpand
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Reform Symbolism of a Thai Middle–Class Sect: The Growth and Appeal of the Thammakai Movement
The Thammakai movement in Thailand has won increasing attention over the past decade for its popularity, for the devotion of its supporters and the size of their contributions, and for its links withExpand
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Short-Term Missions: Toward a More Field-Oriented Model
Material from an East African church and an Asian church suggests the necessity and possibility of a new approach to the training and supervision of short-term missionaries. The two cases suggestExpand
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Short-Term Missions: Some Perspectives from Thailand
Recent interviews with congregational leaders in Thailand suggest a need for reframing some of the concerns commonly expressed in missiological writing on short-term missions (STM). North AmericanExpand
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IMPROVING ENGLISH EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES IN THAILAND’S SEMI-RURAL UPPER SOUTH: TOWARD GETTING BETTER RESULTS
In the mid-2010s, English learners in the area surrounding a regional government university in Thailand’s Upper South reported difficulties learning English, and these difficulties appeared to beExpand
Letters
Thai Protestants and local supernaturalism : Changing configurations : Symposium : Protestants and tradition in Southeast Asia
Although nineteenth-century Protestant missionaries in Siam tried to debunk local spirit beliefs and witchcraft accounts, they and their actions were perceived in terms of local supernaturalistExpand
The Emergence of Mission and Missiology One-Way Missions in the Age of Global Christianity A View from Thailand
This article outlines the rapidly increasing level of missionary activity by Thailand’s Protestant churches and then notes a tendency for missions to fl ow from groups of higher prestige andExpand
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