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Studies in Mission

The Regnum Studies in Mission series is born out of the lived experience of Christians and Christian communities-in-mission, especially in the fast growing churches among the poor of the world. These churches have more to tell than just stories of growth. Their work is making a significant impact in shaping their cultures in the power and image of Christ. Through Regnum, these practitioners are expressing the reality of the Christian faith as it is manifested in their societies and making the work of God known, globally. Titles in the Regnum Studies in Mission series are the fruit of rigorous research to the highest international standards. They demonstrate authentic Christian engagement that has led to the transformation of people and societies. These books are designed to impact the world, as the formation of Christian theology, missiology, and practice in the twenty-first century will depend to a great extent on the active participation of growing churches. Through Regnum, these ministries will be able to contribute biblically faithful and culturally appropriate expressions of Christian practice.

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  1. Conflict Transformation: Churches in the Face of Structural Violence in Northern Nigeria

    Conflict Transformation: Churches in the Face of Structural Violence in Northern Nigeria

    Both Christian Missionaries and Indigenous Christians believed that their fundamental role is evangelism. However, the provision of education and health services are often done as an opening wedge for the Gospel. Rarely do the Christians perceive these development projects as means of transforming structural violence.

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  2. Stopping the Traffick: A Christian Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking

    Stopping the Traffick: A Christian Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking

    Glenn Miles and Christa Foster Crawford Stop the traffick? How do we even begin addressing such an important – and yet overwhelming – task? If you are a practitioner striving to assist victims or a faith-based organization wondering how to get involved you may be wrestling with questions like: How should we go about working with exploited people? Where should we focus our response? How do we deal with the challenges? This cutting-edge book brings together practical advice and strategic insight from more than 40 global experts and experienced practitioners who thoughtfully explore how best to answer these questions and more. Stopping the Traffick is for everyone who wants to go beyond merely knowing that something must be done to a deeper understanding of how we can more effectively bring an end to exploitation.

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  3. Roots and Fruits: Retrieving Scotland’s Missionary Story

    Roots and Fruits: Retrieving Scotland’s Missionary Story

    Scotland has played a major role in the worldwide movement of Christian mission. Equally, the missionary movement has played a big part in Scotland’s story. There have been many studies of particular people, places and periods which feature in this story. The distinctive contribution of this book is its attempt to offer a comprehensive and synchronic assessment of the movement as a whole. It examines the development of Scottish mission theory and practice from the formation of the Society in Scotland for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge in 1709 until the present day. It explores some of the leading features of the movement through original analysis from leading scholars in the field. The essays it contains increase understanding of a dimension of Scotland’s story that is often overlooked or forgotten. They also contribute to our understanding of the modern missionary movement and suggest lessons that can be learned by those taking fresh mission initiatives in many different contexts today. Learn More

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  4. Called Out for Witness : The Missionary Journey of Grace Korean Church

    Called Out for Witness : The Missionary Journey of Grace Korean Church

    This book investigates the theological motivation for GKC’s missions: Reformed theology, Presbyterian theology, and mission theology. The book also shows the extent of the church’s mission engagement by continents. Finally, the book turns its attention to the future with an evaluation of the church's missionary journey. Learn More

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  5. Mangoes or Bananas? The Quest for an Authentic Asian Christian Theology (2nd Ed)

    Mangoes or Bananas? The Quest for an Authentic Asian Christian Theology (2nd Ed)

    Over the past few decades there has been a growing awareness of the need for contextual theologies throughout Asia. Based on the premise that theology and mission are inseparable, the author applies four missiological criteria to representative examples of Protestant Asian writings to assess their adequacy or otherwise as contextual theologies. Learn More

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  6. Female Education and Mission: A Burkina Faso Experience

    Female Education and Mission: A Burkina Faso Experience

    This volume is the result of six years research in ‘Overcoming Obstacles to Female Education in Burkina Faso’. It narrates how Christians and religious groups can speed up female education and contribute to the socio- economic growth of Burkina Faso. The evidence from this research shows that Christianity is part of the solution to female education, a key factor of socio economic growth. Learn More

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  7. The Cosmic Christ: Towards Effective Mission Among the Maasai

    The Cosmic Christ: Towards Effective Mission Among the Maasai

    This book reveals a complex interaction between the Christian gospel brought by western missionaries and the nomadic Massai culture of Tanzania ... an important insider’s voice courageously questioning the approach to condemn some critical Maasai practices, particularly polygamy, and its missionary consequences. This is a rare study from a Maasai Christian leader. Learn More

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  8. Culture Change in Ethiopia: An Evangelical Perspective

    Culture Change in Ethiopia: An Evangelical Perspective

    This book addresses the causes and consequences of culture change in Ethiopia, from Haile Selassie to the present, based on thorough academic research. Although written from an evangelical perspective, this book invites Ethiopians from all religions, ideological, and ethnic backgrounds to reflect on their past, to analyse their present and to face the future. Learn More

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  9. Evangelical Mission in Co-operation with Catholics: A Study of Evangelical Tensions

    Evangelical Mission in Co-operation with Catholics: A Study of Evangelical Tensions

    This book brings the first thorough examination of the discussions going on within Evangelicalism about the viability of a good conscience dialogue with Roman Catholics. Those who are interested in evangelical world missions and Roman Catholic views of world missions will find this informative. Learn More

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  10.  Contextual Missiology of the Spirit: Pentecostalism in Rajasthan, India

    Contextual Missiology of the Spirit: Pentecostalism in Rajasthan, India

    This book explores the identity, context and features of Pentecostalism in Rajasthan, India as well as the internal and external issues facing Pentecostals. It aims to suggest 'a contextual missiology of the Spirit,' as a new model of contextual missiology from a Pentecostal perspective. It is presented as a glocal, ecumenical, transformational, and public missiology. Learn More

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