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01.00.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND THE STUDY OF MISSION

01.01.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE

EBENEZAR, Immanual (comp.) Dharma Deepika: five year index 2000-2004. Chennai, India: Dharma Deepika, 2005.21 p. 1.

[dagger] JOHNSON, Todd M. Collaboration and the World Christian Database, Missiology 33 (1) 2005, 96-100.2.

[dagger] MOREAU, A. Scott, O’REAR, Mike. Improving missions websites, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 378-383.3.

[dagger] MOREAU, A. Scott, O’REAR, Mike. Internet resources on contextualizing ministry among Muslims, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 516-520.4.

[dagger] NEPI, Loredana (comp.) A bibliography of interchurch and interconfessional theological dialogues, Centro Pro Unione 68, 2005, 20-38.5.

01.02.00 STUDY OF MISSION

01.02.01 Study of Mission in General

[dagger] PIEPKE, Joachim G. The Anthropos Institute: the task of basic research in mission, Verbum SVD 46 (2) 2005, 178-192.6.

01.02.03 Contributors to the Study of Mission

[dagger] MCLAREN, Brian. Conversations, Missiology 33 (3) 2005, 341-343. 7.

[dagger] SCHREITER, Robert. Conversations, Missiology 33 (3) 2005, 345-347. 8.

02.00.00 SURVEYS OF THE CHRISTIAN SITUATION

02.01.00 GENERAL SURVEYS

02.01.05 Works Published 2000

[dagger] BEVANS, Stephen. Issues in mission today: challenges for reflection at Edinburgh 2010, SEDOS Bulletin 37 (7/8) 2005, 110-116.9.

[dagger] HEDLUND, Roger E. The Forum on World Evangelisation at Pattaya: some reflections from South Asia, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 121-127. 10.

[dagger] KALAPATI, Joshua. The Forum on World Evangelisation at Pattaya: some reflections from South Asia, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 135-136.11.

LEE Kwang Soon (ed.) World Mission in the 21st century. [Seoul]: Center for World Mission, Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, 2005. 431 p.: ill. 12.

First published in Korean in 2001. Includes: Andrew F. Walls, Rethinking mission: new direction for a new century, 69-80; Andrew F. Walls, Proselytes or converts: Gospel and culture in the New Testament, 81-89; Andrew F. Walls, Converting the past: Gospel and culture in the early Church, 92-98; James M. Phillips, American Protestants after 400 years: a Presbyterian perspective, 101-118; Moo Song Koh, Respondent, 119-127; Jung Woon Suh, National Evangelization and World mission, 129-155; Myung Hyuk Kim, Respondent, 157-162; G. Thompson Brown, Korean mission: yesterday, today and tomorrow, from an American perspective, 163-176; In Soo Kim, Respondent, 177-184; John P. Brown, Korean mission: yesterday, today and tomorrow, from an Australian perspective, 185-200; Sung Sam Kang, Respondent, 201211; John P. Brown, Witnesses to the God who hears and sees, 215-227; Jung Woon Suh, Incarnational ministry, 229-250; G. Thompson Brown, Christianity in China, 251262; Scott W. Sunquist, 21st century mission in a global context: tribulation and glory, 263287; Scott W. Sunquist, Spiritual life of the missionary: putting on the death of Jesus, 289-303; Kwang Soon Lee, A mission direction for the Presbyterian Church of Korea, 307-330; Kyo Sung Ahn, The meaning and contribution of the Presbyterian Church of Korea’s mission in the scope of global mission: propositions for a PCK mission policy, 331360; Sung Min Suh, Mission partnership for the Presbyterian Church of Korea, 361-385; Hong Jung Lee, Suggestions for the Presbyterian Church of Korea’s mission collaboration, 387-404; Young Ja Kim, A practical approach and strategy through field experience in India, 405-415; Sang Gil Kim, A practical approach and strategy through field experience in Kazakhstan, 418-431.

[dagger] PHAN, Peter C. A new Christianity, but what kind? Mission Studies 22 (1) 2005, 59-83. 13.

[dagger] RICHARD, Jessica. The Forum on World Evangelisation at Pattaya: some reflections from South Asia, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 129-132.14.

[dagger] SHARP, Larry W. Are we really about church planting? Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 280-281.15.

[dagger] WALLDORF, Friedemann. Mission trotz Terror und Tsunami: eine biblisch-missiologische Besinnung, Evangelikale Missiologie 21 (2) 2005, 43-44.16.

02.02.00 SURVEYS OF PARTICULAR INSTITUTIONS

[dagger] BARRY, Peter. Twenty-five years of Tripod, Tripod 25 (138) 2005, 36-39.17.

See also nos. 6, 51, 115.

02.03.00 STATISTICAL SURVEYS

[dagger] SHAW, Perry W. H., KAMARZARIAN, Evelyn. Survival or Growth? A quantitative study of Middle Eastern Protestant Armenian congregations, Near East School of Theology Theological Review 26 (1) 2005, 70-78. 18.

03.00.00 HISTORY AND THEOLOGY OF MISSION

03.01.00 MISSION IN THE BIBLE

[dagger] CHENNATTU, Rekha. Women in the mission of the Church: an interpretation of John 4, Dharma Deepika 9 (1) 2005, 23-32.19.

[dagger] HOEFER, Herbert. Principles of cross-cultural/ethnic ministry: the stories of Barnabas and Paul and the Jerusalem Council, Missio Apostolica 13 (2) 2005, 139-153.20.

[dagger] HOLST, Robert. Mission ablaze: a Bible study, Missio Apostolica 13 (2) 2005, 96-108.21.

[dagger] KOPPELIN, Frank, SCHIRRMACHER, Thomas. Die Evangelien als Beweis fur die Notwendigkeit der kulturellen Anpassung der missionarischen Verkundigung, Evangelikale Missiologie 21 (2) 2005, 57-62.22.

[dagger] KOSHY, Jamila. The <> of Galatians 3:25-29, Dharma Deepika 9 (1) 2005, 5-22.23.

[dagger] REITSMA, Bernard. The Jewishness of Jesus: relevant or essential? Near East School of Theology Theological Review 26 (1) 2005, 55-69. 24.

[dagger] SCHIRRMACHER, Thomas. Biblische Texte und Themen zur Mission: die Sendung als Ziel der Erwahlung der 12 Apostel, Evangelikale Missiologie 21 (3) 2005, 113.25.

[dagger] WEST, Gerald. Articulating, owning and mainstreaming local theologies: the contribution of contextual Bible study, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 122, 2005, 23-35. 26.

[dagger] WINTLE, Brian. Evangelicals and the Bible, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 9-19.27.

See also nos. 16, 46, 147, 160, 183, 193, 284.

03.05.00 HISTORY OF MISSION

[dagger] ALBAN, Donald, WOODS, Robert H., DAIGLE-WILLIAMSON, Marsha. The writings of William Carey: journalism as mission in a modern age, Mission Studies 22 (1) 2005, 85-113.28.

[dagger] DAYTON, Donald W. John Fletcher as John Wesley’s vindicator and designated successor? A response to Laurence W. Wood, Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 355-361. 29.

On: The meaning of Pentecost in early Methodism: rediscovering John Fletcher as John Wesley’s vindicator and designated successor/ by Laurence W. Wood.- Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2002.

[dagger] JEYARAJ, Daniel. The first Lutheran missionary Bartholomaus Ziegenbalg: his concepts of culture and mission from a postcolonial perspective, Swedish Missiological Themes 93 (3) 2005, 379-400.30.

[dagger] MARTIN, Luther H. The Hellenisation of Judaeo-Christian faith or the Christianisation of Hellenic thought? Religion & Theology 12 (1) 2005, 1-19. 31.

[dagger] PADINJAREKUTTU, Isaac. The spirituality of courage: the Beguines of the middle ages, Vidyajyoti 69 (8) 2005, 602-612.32.

[dagger] STOLLE, Volker. How Lutherans have done mission: a historical survey, Missio Apostolica 13 (2) 2005, 109-116.33.

[dagger] WALLS, Andrew F. Migration and evangelization: the gospel and movement of peoples in modern times, Covenant Quarterly 63 (1) 2005, 3-28.34.

See also nos. 12, 61, 102, 114, 128, 184, 187, 205, 233, 246, 260, 275.

03.04.00 THEOLOGY OF MISSION (SEE ALSO 03.07.00, 08.02.00, 09.04.02 AND 10.02.00)

[dagger] ADENEY, Frances S. Women doing mission theology, Missiology 33 (3) 2005, 277-286. 35.

[dagger] BERRANGER, Olivier de. La mission actuelle de l’Eglise dans le contexte de la <>, SEDOS Bulletin 37 (7/8) 2005, 96-100.56.

[dagger] BOWERS, Nadine, AUGUST, Karel T. Transformation as mission: moving from development to social transformation, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 20-34.37.

[dagger] CHIA, Roland. Tradition and the renewal of evangelical theology, China Graduate School of Theology 39, 2005, 99-129.38.

[dagger] CHIU Shung-ming. The development of evangelical theology in postmodern culture, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 39, 2005, 37-38.39.

An abstract.

[dagger] CONRADIE, Ernst M. Towards an ecological reformulation of the Christian doctrine of sin, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 122, 2005, 4-22.40.

[dagger] GUDER, Darrell L. Worthy living: work and witness from the perspective of missional church theology, Word & World 25 (4) 2005, 424-432.41.

[dagger] HEIM, S. Mark. Witness to communion: a trinitarian perspective on mission and religious pluralism, Missiology 33 (2) 2005, 192-199. 42.

[dagger] HORRELL, J. Scott. Doing theology: an international task, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 474-478. 43.

[dagger] HUNSBERGER, George R. The mission of public theology: an exploration, Swedish Missiological Themes 93 (3) 2005, 315-324.44.

[dagger] JOHN, Varughese. Truth in postmodernity: reengaging Rorty and Kierkegaard, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 51-62.45.

[dagger] KANJAMALA, Augustine. Inculturation: a biblical model, Verbum SVD 46 (2) 2005, 163-178. 46.

[dagger] KARKKAINEN, Veli-Matti. Trinity and religions: on the way to a trinitarian theology of religions for evangelicals, Missiology 33 (2) 2005, 159-174.47.

[dagger] KROEGER, James. Mary, mother of the missionary Church, SEDOS Bulletin 37 (7/8) 2005, 79-86. 48.

[dagger] KUSTER, Volker. The project of an intercultural theology, Swedish Missiological Themes 93 (3) 2005, 417-432.49.

[dagger] LI Jianmin. The forgotten paraclete: reconsidering <>, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 39, 2005,156-157. 50.

[dagger] MANTOVANI, Ennio. Anthropos tradition in the SVD yesterday and today, Verbum SVD 46 (2) 2005, 207-223. 51.

[dagger] NETLAND, Harold. Theology of religions, missiology, and evangelicals, Missiology 33 (2) 2005, 141-158. 52.

[dagger] PATHRAPANKAL, Joseph. <> (Mt 28:16-20) and <> (Acts 1:8): a re-reading of the theology of mission, Vidyajyoti 69 (8) 2005, 566-584. 53.

[dagger] RETTENBACHER, Sigrid. Theologie der Religionen und komparative Theologie: Alternative oder Erganzung? Die Auseinandersetzung zwischen Perry Schmidt-Leukel und Klaus von Stosch um die Religionstheologie, Zeitschrift fur Missionswis-senschaft und Religionswissenschaft 89 (3) 2005, 181-194. 54.

[dagger] Review articles: Constants in context and missiology as a discipline in theological education, Mission Studies 22 (1) 2005, 135-155.55.

Special reviews of: Constants in Context: a theology of mission for today/by Stephen B. Bevans and Roger Schroeder (American Society of Missiology Series 30) Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2004. Reviewed by Kirsteen Kim, Michael Nai Chiu Pooh, Diego Irarrazaval, Laurent Ramambason and Paul V. KoHman.

[dagger] SCHREITER, Robert. Reconciliation as a new paradigm of mission, SEDOS Bulletin 37 (7/8) 2005, 106-109. 56.

[dagger] TAN, Jonathan Yun-Ka. Missio Inter Gentes: towards a new paradigm in the mission theology of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ conference, Mission 12 (1) 2005, 129-155. 57.

[dagger] TAN, Jonathan Yun-Ka. Mission Inter Gentes: vers un nouveau paradigme de la Theologie missionnaire, Mission 12 (1) 2005, 99-128.58.

[dagger] TANG, Andres S. K. Turning crisis into opportunity: Stanley J. Grenz’s <>, China Gruduate School of Theology Journal 39, 2005, 75-76. 59.

[dagger] TSUI, David. The prospect of doing evangelical theology: how can we break the cycle described by Mark Noll and Tony Campolo?, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 39, 2005, 97-98. 60.

[dagger] WALLS, Andrew F. Mission history as the substructure of mission theology, Swedish Missiological Themes 93 (3) 2005, 367-378. 61.

[dagger] YONG, Amos. A P(new)matological paradigm for Christian mission in a religiously plural world, Missiology 33 (2) 2005, 175-191.62.

[dagger] YU, Carver T. Cultural critique and theology as public discourse: the challenge for evangelical theology in future, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 39, 2005, 51-52. 63.

See also nos. 12, 30, 76, 137, 179, 182.

03.05.00 ECUMENISM

See nos. 5, 67.

03.07.00 LIBERATION AND POLITICAL THEOLOGIES

See no. 220.

03.09.00 CHARISMATIC MOVEMENT AND PENTECOSTALISM

[dagger] JAMES, Genevieve L. Charismacity: the prevalence of the Pentecostal/Charismatic church in the city, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 111-124.64.

[dagger] KIM, Sebastian C. H. Evangelical understandings of conversion and their implications for Christian mission, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 21-36. 65.

[dagger] ONYINAH, Opoku. Pentecostalism and the African diaspora: an examination of the missions activities of the Church of Pentecost, Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 216-241.66.

[dagger] ROBECK, Cecil M. Pentecostals and Christian unity: facing the challenge, Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 307-338. 67. See also nos. 50, 112, 177-8, 180, 203, 206, 212-213.

04.00.00 RELIGION, RELIGIONS AND DIALOGUE

04.01.00 RELIGION IN GENERAL

[dagger] LEE Chung Kee. The possibility of religious language: models and disclosures in Ian Ramsey, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 39, 2005, 165-191.68.

[dagger] WASKOW, Arthur. God’s October surprise, Current Dialogue 46, 2005, 50-51.69. See also nos. 54, 120.

04.02.00 CHRISTIANITY AND OTHER FAITHS

[dagger] AGNIVESH (Swami). Applied spirituality: a spiritual vision for the dialogue of religions, Current Dialogue 45, 2005, 34-40. 70.

[dagger] ATHYAL, Jesudas M. The public mission of the Church in pluralistic societies: with special reference to the Indian context, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 63-68. 71.

[dagger] DEVASIA, M. A. Christian faith, inter-faith harmony and social cohesion, Vidyajyoti 69 (8) 2005, 592-601.72.

[dagger] FREDERIKS, Martha. Kenosis as a model for interreligious dialogue, Missiology 33 (2) 2005, 211-222. 73.

[dagger] HEISIG, James W. The dialogue among religions around the world: report on a workshop, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 29, 2005, 9-19. 74.

[dagger] KALAPATI, Joshua. Evangelical inclusivism as a Christian response to religious pluralism: some basic arguments, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 81-96. 75.

[dagger] KNITTER, Paul E Mission and dialogue, Missiology 33 (2) 2005, 200-210.76.

[dagger] MACHADO, Felix A. The word of God in dialogue with Hinduism and Buddhism, Vidyajyoti 69 (10) 2005, 754-763. 77.

[dagger] OKAMOTO, Joel P. Christian mission among a world of religions, Missio Apostolica 13 (2) 2005, 163-174. 78.

[dagger] Religious plurality and Christian self-understanding, Current Dialogue 45, 2005, 4-12.79.

A document by the networks of Faith and Order, Commission on World Mission and Evangelism, and the Office on Interreligious Relations and Dialogue, written after several consultations in Geneva between 2003 and 2004.

[dagger] UCKO, Hans. Pontifical Council for interreligious dialogue 40 years testimony, Current Dialogue 45, 2005, 13-15.80.

See also nos. 42, 47, 52, 62, 69, 86, 229, 267.

04.04.00 BUDDHISM

[dagger] MAY, John D’Arcy. Conversion and religious identity in Buddhism and Christianity: sixth study conference of the European Network of Buddhist-Christian Studies, Archabbey of St Ottilien, Bavaria, 10-13 June 2005, Current Dialogue 45, 2005, 22-24.81.

[dagger] PIERIS, Aloysius. Prophetic humour in Buddhism and Christianity, Dialogue 31, 2004, 1-150. 82.

04.06.00 HINDUISM

See nos. 77, 243, 245.

04.08.00 ISLAM

[dagger] ADENEY, Miriam. Why Muslim women come to Jesus, Missiology 33 (3) 2005, 287300. 83.

[dagger] AGUILAR, Emilio Galindo. Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano: cuatricentenario: consideraciones sobre el dialogo islamo-cristiano, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 399-400, 2005, 1-15. 84.

[dagger] ANTONIO, Clara Ma. Thomas de. Sonriendo con Yuha, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 398, 2005, 1-16. 85.

[dagger] AZUMAH, John. Islamic Christology: a case of reverential disavowal and its implications for Christian witness, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (1) 2005, 50-60. 86.

[dagger] BAUMANN, Andreas. Die Begegnung von Evangelium und Islam: die Notwendigkeit ihrer Erforschung, Evaugelikale Missiologie 21 (2) 2005, 63-67. 87.

[dagger] BETTSCHEIDER, Heribert. Das Gottesversuindnis im Islam und im Christentum: Reflexion aus Anlass 40 dahre Lumen Gentium, Ad Gentes und Nostra Aetate, Verbum SVD 46 (2) 2005, 135-149.88.

[dagger] BORGES, Jason. A Muslim theology of Jesus virgin birth and his death, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 458-463. 89.

[dagger] BORRMANS, Maurice. La Roma pontifica vista por los Musulmanes, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 403, 2005, 1-8.90.

[dagger] CASTIEN MAESTRO, Juan Ignacio. Un Islam mtiltiple: la definicitn de la identidad religiosa entre los inmigrantes marroquies en la comunidad de Madrid, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 404, 2005, 1-23.91.

[dagger] CUCARELLA, Diego Sarrit. Muhammad B. Abd Al-Wahhab y los orfgenes del Wahhabismo, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 401, 2005, 1-15.92.

[dagger] FAUS, Jose I. Gonzalez. La dificil laicidad, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 395, 2005, 1-16. 93

[dagger] GILLE, Etienne. Musulmanes y cristianos: tenemos el mismo Dios? Encuentro IslamoCristiano 397, 2005, 1-16.94.

[dagger] MAITILASSO, Annalisa. Erase una vez el Islam: historia de las ideas de Occidente sobre el mundo islamico, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 402, 2005, 1-16. 95.

[dagger] MIRZA, Younus. Abraham as an iconoclast: understanding the destruction of << images >> through Qur’anic exegesis, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 16 (4) 2005, 413-428. 96.

[dagger] OSMAN, Ghada. Foreign slaves in Mecca and Medina in the formative Islamic period, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 16 (4) 2005, 345-359.97.

[dagger] RUSTOM, Mohammed. Forms of Gnosis in Sulami’s Sufi exegesis of the Fatiha, Ishun and Christian-Muslim Relations 16 (4) 2005, 327344.98.

[dagger] SAUER, Christof. Es ist an der Zeit, die Geschichte der evangelischen Mission unter Muslimen zu schreiben, Evangelikale Missiolgie 21 (3) 2005, 99-110.99.

[dagger] SCHUMM, Walter R., FERGUSON, A. Diane, HASHMAT, Malika S. et al. Differences in paradox between Islam and Christianity: a statistical comparison,/s/am and Christian-Muslim Relations 16 (2) 2005, 167185. 100.

[dagger] SIDDIQUI, Ataullah. Believing and belonging in a pluralist society: exploring resources in Islamic traditions, Current Dialogue 45, 2005, 16-21. 101.

[dagger] SIRRY, Mun’im A. Early Muslim-Christian dialogue: a closer look at major themes of the theological encounter, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 16 (4) 2005, 361-376. 102.

[dagger] TALIB, ‘Ali ibn Abi. Guia para una vida feliz, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 394, 2005, 112. 103.

[dagger] TROEGER, Eberhard. Evangelium und Islam, EvangelikaleMissiologie 21 (3) 2005, 111-112. 104.

See also nos. 4, 77, 81,203, 219, 265.

04.10.00 JAPANESE RELIGION

See nos. 117, 257.

04.11.00 JUDAISM

[dagger] BAUER, Julien. Juda’isme et droits democratiques: est-ce compatible? Mission 12 (1) 2005, 51-61. 105.

[dagger] WASKOW, Arthur. Violence and non-violence in Jewish thought and practice, Current Dialogue 45, 2005, 25-33. 106.

See no. 24.

04.13.00 PRIMAL RELIGIONS

[dagger] ADOGBO, M. P. Methodological problems in the study of African traditional religions, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 122, 2005, 76-83. 107.

See also nos. 202, 214, 277-8.

04.16.00 ATHEISM, UNBELIEF AND SECULARISM

See no. 108.

04.17.00 NEW RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS

[dagger] MOELLER, Eric. The myth of secularization and the rise of New Religious Movements, Missio Apostolica 13 (2) 2005, 130-138. 108.

See also nos. 256, 258.

05.00.00 THE CONTEXT OF MISSION–ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY

05.01.00 ENVIRONMENT, ECOLOGY, AND HUMAN LIFE

05.01.01 Environment and Ecology

See nos. 40, 148.

05.01.02 Hunger and Natural Disaster See nos. 16, 218, 264.

05.01.03 Life, Ethics of Life

[dagger] LENKABULA, Puleng. The social and ethical implications of Article 27 of the agreement on trade related aspects of intellectual property rights (TRIPS) on African communities, biodiversity and indigenous knowledge, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 122, 2005, 36-56. 109.

05.02.00 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DIMENSIONS

05.02.01 Social Order, Social Change

[dagger] THOMAS, Jacob. Foundational building blocks of Evangelical social thought, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 37-49. 110.

See also no. 242.

05.02.02 Women in Society and in the Church

[dagger] DRIES, Angelyn. U.S. Catholic women and mission: integral or auxiliary? Missiology 33 (3) 2005, 301-311. 111.

[dagger] FOUNTAIN, A. Kay. <> a commentary on the release of women into ministry, Dharma Deepika 9 (1) 2005, 33-40. 112.

[dagger] LEWIS, Bonnie Sue. Male and Female: created to be partners in mission, Missioloqy 33 (3) 2005, 313-323. 113. See also nos. 19, 23, 32, 35, 83, 114, 167, 191, 199, 205, 219, 242.

05.02.03 Marriage and the Family

[dagger] ROBERT, Dana L. What happened to the Christian home? The missing component of mission theory, Missiology 33 (3) 2005, 325340. 114.

05.02.06 Culture and Anthropology

[dagger] GACHTER, Othmar. The encounter between religions and cultures: 100 years of Anthropos–International Review of Anthropology and Linguistics, Verbum SVD 46 (2)2005, 193205. 115.

[dagger] O’BRIEN, Dave. Between the dark and the daylight, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 354-360. 116.

See also nos. 20, 22, 26, 31, 39, 161, 181, 186, 216, 226, 230, 262, 284.

05.02.07 Race and Ethnicity

See no. 23.

05.02.09 Science and Technology

[dagger] SWANSON, Paul L. Science, Kokoro, and religion: thoughts on a new project, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 29,” 2005, 20-26. 117.

05.03.00 ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS

05.03.04 Industry and Urbanisation (see also 07.05.04)

[dagger] CASTRO, Clovis Pinto de. Faith and citizenship in the urban context, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 89-98. 118.

[dagger] DAVEY, Andrew P. In the midst of the throng: politics of mission in globalising cities, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 73-88. 119.

05.04.00 POLITICAL NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS

05.04.01 The State, Church-State and Mission-State Relations

[dagger] DAVID-BLAIS, Martin. Religion et democratie: la tentation essentialiste: synthese a. caractere epistemologique, Mission 12 (1) 2005, 81-96. 120.

[dagger] JACQUES, Roland. Christianisme et droits democratiques est-ce compatible? Mission 12 (1) 2005, 63-80. 121.

[dagger] KUMALO, Simanga R. Prophetic Christianity and church-state relations after ten years of democracy: assessing the Theology and Democracy programme at UKZN, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 99-110. 122.

[dagger] MOOREN, Thomas. Democracy and fundamentalism, Mission 12 (1) 2005, 23-49. 123. See also nos. 118, 204, 209, 262.

05.04.04 Nationalism and Independence

See nos. 243, 245.

05.04.05 Peace, War and Conflict

[dagger] HEREDIA, Rudolf C. Reconciliation and collective violence: mediation between victim and violator, Vidyajyoti 69 (9) 2005, 645-658. 124.

[dagger] LOUIS, Prakash. Conflict transformation and peace building, Vidyajyoti 69 (9) 2005, 659-674. 125.

[dagger] THEUNIS, Guy. Le missionnaire et les situations de violence, SEDOS Bulletin 37 (7/8) 2005, 101-105. 126. See also nos. 106, 248.

05.04.06 Migration, Refugees and Minority Groups

[dagger] MENGSTEAB, Yohannes. Immigrant and evangelism, Missio Apostolica 13 (2) 2005, 154-162. 127.

See also nos. 34, 66, 91,268-9.

05.04.08 Slavery, Slave Trade

[dagger] WHYTE, Iain. <>?>> The contribution of Andrew Thomson and John Ritchie to the anti-slavery movement in Scotland 1820-1840, Scottish Church History Society Records 35, 2005, 119-141. 128.

See also nos. 23, 97.

06.00.00 THE STRUCTURE OF MISSION–CHURCH AND MISSION

06.01.00 THE CHURCH

06.01.01 Nature and Structure of the Church

[dagger] BOWERS, Dan. Globalization and the missionary potential of international churches, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 284-290. 129.

[dagger] LINGENFELTER, Sherwood. The DNA of the Church: anthropological reflections on the missionary structure of the Church, Swedish Missiological Themes 93 (3) 2005, 433-447. 130.

[dagger] VAJKO, Robert J. Why do some churches reproduce? Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 294-299. 131.

06.01.03 International Relations Between Churches

See no. 272.

06.01.04 Churches and Missions

[dagger] CALENBERG, Rick. Mission and church partnership dynamics: lessons from SIMECWA in Nigeria, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 302-310. 132.

See also no. 172.

06.01.06 Ministry

See no. 112.

06.02.00 MISSIONS AND THE MISSIONARY

06.02.01 Structure of Mission Agencies

[dagger] FINZEL, Hans. Changing traditional missions: the law of the boomerang effect, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 330-335. 133.

06.02.03 Missions from non-Western Countries

See no. 215.

06.02.04 The Missionary, Missionary Vocation

[dagger] DENT, Don. Cross-cultural challenge, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 314-319. 134.

[dagger] ELLIS, Jordan. Let’s get real about missionary team chemistry, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 440-445. 135.

[dagger] FRIESEN, Randy. The long-term impact of short-term missions, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 448-454. 136.

[dagger] HENDERSON, Gwen. Der Verschleiss yon Missionaren und Konsequenzen fur die theologische Ausbildung, Evangelikale Missiologie 21 (2) 2005, 45-56. 137.

[dagger] LEWIS, Jon. Grounded for good? Is the era of missionary aviation coming to an end? Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 420-426. 138.

[dagger] MICHENER, Ronald T. Missionary <> in a postmodern context, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 482-487. 139.

[dagger] ZEHNER, Damaris. Building teams, building walls, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 362-369. 140.

See also no. 46.

06.02.05 Missionary Training and Preparation

[dagger] BAGLEY, Bob. Oh, no! Not another seminar! Keys to an effective non-formal training event, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 506-512. 141.

06.03.00 FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF CHURCH AND MISSION

[dagger] RIANTO, Ratna. Millionaire missionaries: principles for giving, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 466-471. 142.

[dagger] ROSS, Kenneth R. Releasing first-world wealth for global mission: what levers can be pulled today? Mission Studies 22 (1) 2005, 9-24. 143.

07.00.00 THE PRACTICE OF MISSION–FORMS OF MINISTRY AND WITNESS

07.02.00 COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA

[dagger] SNOWDEN, Mark. Tools for listening: quantitative and qualitative, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 496-503. 144.

See also nos. 28, 229, 241.

07.04.00 EDUCATION

07.04.01 Educational Practice

See nos. 178, 240.

07.05.00 EVANGELISM

07.05.01 Evangelism in General

[dagger] BEHNKEN, Kenneth. Profiles of seekers, Missio Apostolica 13 (2) 2005, 117-129. 145.

GUNTER, W. Stephen, ROBINSON, Elaine. Considering the Great Commission: evangelism and mission in the Wesleyan Spirit. Nashville: Abingdon, 2005. 146.

Introduction, 1-3; Part 1 Conceptualizing the Great Commission. Andrew F. Walls, The Great Commission 1910-2010, 7-21; Dana L. Robert, The Great Commission in an age of globalization, 23-40; Elaine A. Robinson, The global mission of the United Methodist Church, 41-55; W. Stephen Gunter, Jesus Christ: the heart of the Great Commission, 57-68; Part 2 Contextualizing the Great Commission. Achim Hartner, Megatrends that challenge an evangelizing Church, 71-93; John Wesley Zwomunondiita Kurewa, Building the Church in Africa: church planting as an inclusive praxis, 95-106;Harold J. Recinos, Evangelization and church growth: a lesson from the Barrio, 107-118; Laceye Warner, Saving women: re-visioning contemporary concepts of evangelism, 119-133; Henry H. Knight III, The means of grace and the promise of new life in the evangelism of John Wesley, 135-144; Part III Practicing the Great Commission. Joon-Sik Park, Evangelism and the practice of hospitality, 147-157; Rob Weber, Evangelistic hospitality in preaching: welcoming everyone to the story, 159-176; Bryan Stone, New Church development, 177-195; Dean G. Blevins, Faithful discipleship: a conjoined catechesis of truth and love, 197-210; Candy Gunther Brown, Sanctified singing: the role of hymnody in shaping Wesleyan evangelism, 1735-1915, 211-220; Stephen W. Rankin, Disciple Bible study and changed lives, 221-238; Ron Crandall, Forming Christian witnesses through the Witness adventure, 239-254; Scott J. Jones, Three types of faith sharing, 255-268; Philip R. Meadows, The Alpha Course, 269-291; The future of the Great Commission, 293-298

[dagger] MATTAM, Joseph. Jesus source and model of evangelisation, Vidyajyoti 69 (8) 2005, 595-591. 147.

See also nos. 127, 162.

07.05.04 Urban Evangelism

[dagger] GRUCHY, Steve de. A Christian engagement with the sustainable livelihoods framework, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 56-72. 148.

[dagger] SHAW, Ian J. John Paton and urban mission in nineteenth-century Glasgow, Scottish Church History Society Records 35, 2005, 163-192. 149.

See also nos. 64, 118-9.

07.06.00 HEALTH, MEDICINE, HEALING

[dagger] BERSMA, Eveline. Studenten en AIDS in Kameroen, Wereld en Zending 34 (2) 2005, 95-101. 150.

[dagger] BREETVELT, Jaap. AIDS: een wereldwijde ramp, Wereld en Zending 34 (2) 2005, 4-16. 151.

[dagger] DUBE, Musa. <> is het sleutelwoord: naar een Afrikaanse christologie in een tijd van AIDS, Wereld en Zending 34 (2) 2005, 60-67. 152.

[dagger] DULLAERT, Ricus. Het belang van thuiszorg, Wereld en Zending 34 (2) 2005, 87-94. 153.

[dagger] HOEVEN, Frits van der. De moed van Gideon Byamugisha, Wereld en Zending 34 (2) 2005, 79-86. 154.

[dagger] KIM, Min Chul. Missionary medicine in a changing world, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 430-437. 155.

[dagger] MALULEKE, Samuel. Waarom die stilte in dit tranendal? Naar een theologie in het AIDS-tijdperk, Wereld en Zending 34 (2) 2005, 68-78. 156.

[dagger] MUNROE, alison. AIDS: een programma voor de kerk, Wereld en Zending 34 (2) 2005, 34-45. 157.

[dagger] SMITH, Ann M. De preventie van HIV en AIDS: de visie van een katholieke ontwikkelingsorganisatie, Wereld en Zending 34 (2) 2005, 17-33. 158.

[dagger] VELDMAN, John. Lijdt de kerk aan AIDS? Wereld en Zending 34 (2)2005, 102-110. 159.

[dagger] WEST, Gerald. De bijbel opnieuw lezen in Zuid-Afrika: << Ik ga liever naar bijbelstudie dan naar de kerk>>, Wereld en Zending 34 (2) 2005, 46-59. 160.

07.07.00 LINGUISTICS, TRANSLATION, SCRIPTURE DISTRIBUTION

[dagger] STALNAKER, Cecil. Dos and don’ts in speaking to ESL audiences, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 372-376. 161.

07.08.00 LITERACY, LITERATURE

See no. 199.

07.09.00 MUSIC, THE ARTS, ARCHITECTURE

[dagger] BAUE, Frederic W. <>: the arts in Christian outreach, Missio Apostolica 13 (2) 2005, 174-181. 162.

[dagger] BELDERBOS, Stefan. Jyoti Sahi’s nieuwe christelijke beeldtaal, Wereld en Zending 34 (1) 2005, 43-48. 165.

[dagger] EGGEN, Wiel. Looft Hem ook wie zondigt, Wereld en Zending 34 (1) 2005, 70-78. 164.

[dagger] FILLETT, Mark. Een uitdagend beeldverhaal: Vijfentwintig jaar Missie-Zendingskalendar, Wereld en Zending 34 (1) 2005, 62-69. 165.

[dagger] HACKING, John. Kunst en religie, Wereld en Zending 34 (1) 2005, 4-17. 166. [dagger] LOWNER, Gudrun. Feministische theologie op het dock: de kunst van Lucy D’Souza, India, Wereld en Zending 34 (1) 2005, 49-55. 167.

[dagger] OSINGA, Lolke. Het tijdschrift Image: van geboorte naar volwassenheid, Wereld en Zending 34 (1) 2005, 36-42. 168.

On the journal Image published by the Asian Christian Art Association.

[dagger] PASTRO, Claudio. Op zoek naar de bronnen: Kunst in de katholieke kerk voor en na het Tweede Vaticaans Concilie, Wereld en Zending 34 (1) 2005, 56-61. 169.

[dagger] SUNDERMEIER, Theo. De kunst van de Afrikaan Azariah Mbatha, Wereld en Zending 34 (1) 2005, 27-35. 170.

[dagger] TROOSTWIJK, Chris Doude van. Theopathie: Afrikaanse kunst als moeder van de theologle, Wereld en Zending 34 (1) 2005, 18-26. 171.

See also no. 210.

07.10.00 PASTORAL ACTIVITY AND CHRISTIAN FORMATION

[dagger] BAKER, Ken. What do you do when sin seems ignored? Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 338-344. 172.

[dagger] KUMALO, Simanga R. Southern African sources for an authentic Christian education for social transformation, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 122, 2005, 59-75. 175.

[dagger] MOFITT, Robert. Transformation: dream or reality? Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 490-494. 174.

See also no. 146.

07.13.00 SPIRITUALITY, RENEWAL, LIFESTYLE

[dagger] MASCARENHAS, Fio. A spirituality to cope with suffering, Vidyajyoti 69 (10) 2005, 734-753. 175.

See also no. 70.

07.14.00 THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

[dagger] BEYERHAUS, Peter P. J. Koreanische Impressionen eines deutschen Gastprofessors, Evangelikale Missiologie 21 (2) 2005, 68-71. 176.

[dagger] CASTLEBERRY, Joseph L. Pentecostal seminaries are essential to the future health of the Church, Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 346-354. 177.

A response to Are Pentecostal seminaries a good idea/by Jon Mark Ruthven.–Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 339-345.

[dagger] HITTENBERGER, Jeffrey S. Globalization, <> and the mission of Pentecostal higher education in Africa, Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 182-215. 178.

[dagger] LINGENFELTER, Judith. Teaching theology: methodological plurality and theological integrity, Swedish Missiological Themes 93 (3) 2005, 401-415. 179.

[dagger] RUTHVEN, Jon Mark. Are Pentecostal seminaries a good idea?, Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 339-345. 180.

See also nos. 198, 259, 263.

07.15.00 WORSHIP, LITURGY, PRAYER

[dagger] FRANCIS, Mark R. The call for eucharistic renewal in a multi-cultural world, Centro Pro Unione 68, 2005, 7-14. 181.

[dagger] PECKLERS, Keith F. Eucharist and mission in the 21st century, Centre Pro Unione 68, 2005, 3-6. 182.

[dagger] PERRONI, Marinella. La cena di Gesu: tra addio e presenza, Centro Pro Unione 68, 2005, 15-19. 183.

See also no. 146.

08.00.00 AFRICA

08.01.00 AFRICA IN GENERAL

[dagger] FATOKUN, Samson A. Christianity in Africa: a historical appraisal, Verbum et Ecclesia 26 (2) 2005, 357-368. 184.

[dagger] FIEDLER, Klaus. Afrikas evangelikale Wende, Evangelikale Missiologic 21 (3) 2005, 83-99. 185.

[dagger] SPIJKER, Gerard van’t. The role of social anthropology in the debate on funeral rites in Africa, Exchange 34 (3) 2005, 156-176. 186.

[dagger] WALLS, Andrew E The cost of discipleship: the witness of the African Church, Word & World 25 (4) 2005, 433-443. 187.

See also nos. 66, 107, 109, 146, 151, 171, 178, 196, 206.

08.02.00 AFRICAN THEOLOGIES

[dagger] FOTLAND, Roar. The christolosy of Kwame Bediako, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (1) 2005, 36-49. 188.

[dagger] MASOGA, Mogomme Alpheus. <>: some perspectives on conversational Biblical hermeneutics and Christology, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (1) 2005, 22-26. 189.

[dagger] NICHOLS, O. Samuel. African Christian theology and the ancestors: Christology, ecclesiology, ethics and their implications beyond Africa, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (1) 2005, 27-35. 190.

[dagger] NJOROGE, Nyambura J. A new way of facilitating leadership: lessons from African women theologians, Missiology 33 (1) 2005, 29-46. 191.

[dagger] RAKOCZY, Susan. Catholic theology in South Africa: an evolving tapestry, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 122. 192.

[dagger] WEST, Gerald. Shifting perspectives on the comparative paradigm in (South) African biblical scholarship, Religion & Theology 12 (1) 2005, 48-72. 193.

See also nos. 26, 152, 156, 194-5, 197, 201, 207.

08.03.00 AFRICAN INSTITUTED CHURCHES

[dagger] AYEGBOYIN, Deji. Li Oruko Jesu: Aladura grass-roots Christology, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (1) 2005, 11-21. 194.

[dagger] CLARKE, Clifton. Towards a post-missionary oral Christology among African Indigenous Churches in Ghana, Journal of African Christian Thought 8 (1) 2005, 3-10. 195.

[dagger] HEUSER, Andreas. Memory tales: representations of Shembe in the cultural discourse of African renaissance, Journal of Religion in Africa 35 (3) 2005, 362-387. 196.

[dagger] KAYONGO, Leon Nguapitshi. Kimbanguism: its present Christian doctrine and the problems raised by it, Exchange 34 (3) 2005, 135-155. 197.

[dagger] MILLARD, Joan. Kilnerton’s links with African Independent churches, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 125-137. 198.

See also nos. 201, 208.

08.08.00 SOUTHERN AFRICA

See no. 173.

08.09.00 WEST AFRICA

[dagger] NEWELL, Stephanie. Devotion and domesticity: the reconfiguration of gender in popular Christian pamphlets from Ghana and Nigeria, Journal of Religion in Africa 35 (3) 2005, 296-323. 199.

08.11.00 POLITICAL UNITS

08.11.08 Cameroun

See no. 150.

08.11.15 Egypt

[dagger] HENDERSON, Randall P. The Egyptian Coptic Christians: the conflict between identity and equality, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 16 (2) 2005, 155-166. 200.

08.11.20 Ghana

[dagger] CLARKE, Clifton R. Towards a functional christology among African Indigenous churches in Ghana, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 138-165. 201.

[dagger] ISHII, Miho. From wombs to farmland: the transformation of Suman shrines in southern Ghana, Journal of Religion in Africa 35 (3) 2005, 266-295. 202.

See also nos. 195, 199.

08.11.38 Nigeria

[dagger] KALU, Ogbu U. Sharia and Islam in Nigerian Pentecostal rhetoric, 1970-2003, Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 242-261. 203. See also nos. 132, 199.

08.11.46 South Africa

[dagger] DOLAMO, R. T. H. The church and society in South Africa celebrating first ten years of democracy, 1994-2004, Verbum et Ecclesia 26 (2) 2005, 326-340.204.

[dagger] GOVINDEN, Devarakshanam Betty. Out of the Purdah Club: the contribution of Kunwarani Lady Gunwati Maharaj Singh in colonial Natal, Dharma Deepika 9 (1) 2005, 53-64. 205.

[dagger] MASENYA, Madipoane (ngwana’ Mphahlele). The Bible and prophecy in African-South African Pentecostal churches, Missionalia 22 (1) 2005, 35-45. 206.

[dagger] RAKOCZY, Susan. Prophetic witness for tomorrow: challenges to the church in South Africa, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 46-55. 207.

[dagger] SAAYMAN, Willem. Prophecy in the history of South Africa, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 5-19. 208.

[dagger] SWART, Ignatius. Networks and partnerships for social justice? The pragmatic turn in the religious social development debate in South Africa, Religion & Theology 12 (1) 2005, 20-47. 209.

See also nos. 26, 122, 153, 160, 192, 198.

08.11.48 Swaziland

See no. 193.

08.11.49 Tanzania

[dagger] BJERK, Paul. <>: Lutheran church youth choir performances in Tanzania, Journal of Religion in Africa 35 (3) 2005, 324-361. 210.

08.11.52 Uganda

See no. 154, 174.

08.11.57 Zimbabwe

[dagger] TOGARASEI, Lovemore, CHITANDO, Ezra. Tombstone unveiling among Shona Christians: phenomenological and Biblical reflections, Missionalia 33 (1) 2005, 166-178. 211.

09.00.00 THE AMERICAS

09.04.00 LATIN AMERICA

09.04.01 Latin America in General

[dagger] ESPINOSA, Gaston. The Pentecostalization of Latin American and U.S. Latino Christianity, Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 262-292.212.

[dagger] PETERSEN, Douglas. Latin American Pentecostalism: social capital, networks, and politics, Pneuma 26 (2) 2004, 293-306. 213.

09.04.07 Bolivia

[dagger] HUSER, David. Federkronen zur grosseren Ehre Gottes: Volksreliginsitat in Mojos, Bolivien, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 89 (3) 2005, 195-211. 214.

09.04.08 Brazil

[dagger] PRADO, Oswaldo. A new way of sending missionaries: lessons from Brazil, Missiology 33 (1) 2005,48-60. 215.

See also no. 169.

09.05.00 NORTH AMERICA

09.05.04 USA in General

[dagger] MAY, Stan. <> or ambassadors of Christ? Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 346-352. 216.

See also nos. 111, 212.

09.05.05 USA (Alaska)

See no. 113.

10.00.00 ASIA

10.01.00 ASIA IN GENERAL

[dagger] ANTE, Oscar. Proclamation of Christ in Asia today, SEDOS Bulletin 37 (7/8) 2005, 87-90.217.

[dagger] RAMACHANDRA, Vinoth. Tsunami tragedy: where was God? A personal theological reflection, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 137-142. 218.

[dagger] WALKER, Carol. Of Zenanas and following Christ in Islamic Asia, Dharma Deepika 9 (1) 2005, 41-51. 219.

See also no. 230.

10.02.00 ASIAN THEOLOGIES

[dagger] AMALADOSS, Michael. Liberation theologies and Indian experiences: some questions, Vidyajyoti 69 (10) 2005, 725-753. 220.

[dagger] BAISAS, Bienvenido. Witness, our service and mission: Asian perspectives, SEDOS Bulletin 37 (7/8) 2005, 91-95.221.

[dagger] Flitsen van kerken en universiteiten in Azie, Wereld en Zending 4 (1) 2005, 79-86. 222.

Paul Junmin Pei, Hoop voor het christendom in China, 79-81; Septemmy Lawaka, Enkele impressies uit Indonesie, 81-83; Lalsangkima Pachuau, Integere zending in India, 83-84; Peter Joseph, Minderheidskerk in Myanmar, 84-86.

[dagger] GINE, Pratap Chandra. Tribalism: a new form of religious fundamentalism: a challenge for doing theology in Asia, Journal of Theologies and Cultures hi Asia 4, 2005, 91-112. 223.

[dagger] KWAN, Simon Shui-man. In need of a theolgoical ambivalence: a response to Matheus Purwatma, Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia 4, 2005, 69-74. 224.

In response to: Orthodoxy and orthopraxy in doing local theology: the challenge of fundamentalism in doing theology in Asia / Matheus Purwatma.-Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia. 4, 2005, 59-68.

[dagger] KWON Jin-Kwan. Fundamentalism versus Minjung theology, Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia 4, 2005, 75-90. 225.

[dagger] MATTAM, J. The message of Jesus and our customary theological language: an Indian approach to a new language in theology and inculturation, Exchange 34 (3) 2005, 116-134. 226.

[dagger] MEAGHER, P. M. Reading the Bible in India: introducing recent significant publications, Vidyajyoti 69 (8) 2005, 625-629. 227.

[dagger] PURWATMA, Matheus. Orthodoxy and orthopraxy in doing local theology: the challenge of fundamentalism in doing theology in Asian context, Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia 4, 2005, 59-68.228.

[dagger] RAJA, Joshva. Media’s myths of fundamentalism and a need for theology of dialogue at grassroots, Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia 4, 2005, 137-167. 229.

[dagger] TAN, Jonathan Yun-Ka. A new way of being Church in Asia: the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences (FABC) at the service of life in pluralistic Asia, Missiology 33 (1) 2005, 72-94. 230.

See also nos. 57-8, 163, 167-8, 179, 217-8.

10.04.00 MIDDLE EAST

See no. 18.

10.08.00 POLITICAL UNITS

10.08.10 China (People’s Republic)

[dagger] CHARBONNIER, Jean. The Church in China: 25 years of renewal, Tripod 25 (138) 2005, 40-48. 231.

[dagger] HEYNDRICKX, Jeroom. From China-watchers to partners in China mission: reflections at the silver jubilee of Holy Spirit Study Centre, Tripod 25 (138) 2005, 49-60.232.

[dagger] LAU Hua Teck. The cross and the lotus, Church and Society 6 (2) 2003, 85-99.233.

[dagger] NG, Peter Tze Ming. Places of worship in China: some observations from the case of Christianity in the Taian Region of Shandong Province PRC, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 89 (3) 2005, 212-220. 234.

[dagger] RATZINGER, Joseph. Preface to Di Shang De Yah = Salt of the Earth, Tripod 35 (138) 2005, 5-9.235.

[dagger] TONG, John. Shining stars in my life, Tripod 35 (138) 2005, 10-15. 236.

[dagger] WURTH, Elmer. The right place at the right time, Tripod 35 (138) 2005, 32-35.237. See also nos. 17, 222.

10.08.14 Hong Kong

[dagger] LAZZAROTTO, Angelo. In honor of Holy Spirit’s Study Centre’s 25th anniversary, Tripod 35 (138) 2005, 16-31. 238.

10.08.15 India

[dagger] AGHAMKAR, Atul. Contemporary mission challenges in India, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 71-80.239.

[dagger] DE LIMA, Gilbert. Catholic education: challenges and prospects, Vidyajyoti 69 (9) 2005, 675-686.240.

[dagger] MALLAMPALLI, Chandra. South Indian print media, 1900-1932: vehicles of comprehensive Christian thinking, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 99-119.241.

[dagger] MONDOL, Geeta. Women as change agents in Indian society, Dharma Deepika 9 (1) 2005, 65-74. 242.

[dagger] OOMMEN, George. Countering aggressive majoritarian constructs of nationhood: Dalits and Hindu religious fundamentalism in India, Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia 4, 2004, 113-130.243.

[dagger] PATEL, Victoria. ,,But for His grace,,, Dharma Deepika 9 (1) 2005, 75-86. 244. Autobiographical account.

[dagger] SOLOMON, Padmini. A response to George Oommen’s <<Dalits and Hindu religious fundamentalism: countering aggressive majoritarian constructs of nationhood, Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia 4, 2005, 131-136. 245.

On Countering aggressive majoritarian constructs of nationhood: Dalits and Hindu religious fundamentalism in India/by George Oommen.–Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia 4, 2004, 113-130.

[dagger] STUDDERT-KENNEDY, Gerald. Evangelical mission and the railway workshop apprentices: institutionalising Christian presence in Imperial Bengal, 1885-1914, Journal of hnperial and Commonwealth History 33 (3) 2005, 325-348. 246.

See also nos. 30, 71, 124, 205, 220, 222, 226-7.

10.08.17 Indonesia

See nos. 83, 222.

10.08.19 Iran

[dagger] SUKIDI. The traveling idea of Islamic protestantism: a study of Iranian Luthers, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 16 (4) 2005, 401-412. 247.

10.08.21 Israel

[dagger] KHOURY, Geries S. <>, Al-Liqa’ Journal 23,2004, 88-105.248.

[dagger] KHOURY, Rafiq. Palestinian theology and Israeli colonial settlement, Al-Liqa’ Journal 23, 2004, 65-76.249.

[dagger] LAHHAM, Maroun. The Palestinian Church vis-a-vis Christian Zionism, Al-Liqa’ Journal 23, 2004, 50-64.250.

[dagger] MUSTAFA, Walid, In the wake of Palestinian presidential elections 9th of January 2005, Al-Liqa’ Journal 23, 2004, 77-87. 251.

[dagger] NEUHAUS, David M. What is Christian Zionism? Al-Liqa’ Journal 23, 2004, 17-32.252.

[dagger] O’MAHONY, Anthony. Christianity and Jerusalem: religion, politics and theology in the modern Holy Land, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 5 (2) 2005, 86-102.253.

[dagger] SCHOENI, Marc. The roots of Christian Zionism, Near East School of Theology Theological Review 26 (1) 2005, 3-38. 254.

[dagger] YOUNAN, Munib A. The Palestinian Church vis-a-vis Christian Zionism, Al-Liqa’ Journal 23, 2004, 33-49.255.

10.08.22 Japan

[dagger] DORMAN, Benjamin. New religions through the eyes of Oya Soichi, <> of the mass media, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Reloion and Culture 29, 2005, 54-67. 256.

[dagger] TSUJIMURA Shinobu. The marginalization of religion in Japan today, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Society 29, 2005, 27-41. 257.

[dagger] WATANABE Manabu. Aum Shinrikvo and its use of the media: five phases of development, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 29, 2005, 42-53.258.

10.08.26 Korea (North and South)

[dagger] BEYERHAUS, Peter P. J. Koreanische Impressionen eines deutschen Gastprofessors, Evangelikale Missiologie 21 (2) 2005, 68-71. 259.

See also nos. 12, 176.

10.08.29 Lebanon

[dagger] MOUAWAD, Ray J. The development of Christianity in Beirut before the Arab conquest, Near East School of Theology Theological Review 26 (1) 2005, 39-54. 260.

10.08.34 Myanmar

See no. 222.

10.08.39 Philippines

[dagger] GENER, Timoteo D. The Catholic imagination and popular religion in lowland Philippines: missiological significance of David Tracy’s theory of religious imaginations, Mission Studies 22 (1) 2005, 25-57. 261.

[dagger] MAGGAY, Melba Padilla. Engaging culture: lessons from the underside of history, Missiology 33 (1) 2005, 62-70.262.

[dagger] UY, Antolin. Divine Word Seminary of Tagaytay: forty years of theology, a brief look, Verbum SVD 46 (2) 2005, 225-228.263.

10.08.43 Sri Lanka

[dagger] FERNANDO, Ajith. What should we be doing now? Some biblical reflections: a message to the Church in Sri Lanka, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 143-150. 264.

10.08.45 Syria

[dagger] ROMENY, Bas Ter Haar. Religious association to ethnic community: a research project on identity formation among the Syrian Orthodox under Muslim rule, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 16 (4) 2005, 377-399. 265.

10.08.47 Thailand

[dagger] SWANSON, Herbert R. Reconstructing fundamentalism: a preliminary analysis of Protestant strategies for religious and cultural accommodation in Northern Thailand, Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia 4, 2005, 5-36. 266.

10.08.48 Turkey

[dagger] GUNGOR, Ali Isra. The Turkish society’s perception of interreligious dialogue in the process of Turkey’s EU membership, Current Dialogue 45, 2005, 41-49. 267.

11.00.00 EUROPE

11.01.00 EUROPE IN GENERAL

[dagger] BALASURIYA, Tissa. Religion for another possible world, Exchange 34 (3) 2005, 87-115. 268.

[dagger] CALVERT, Robert. Why become a rainbow Church? Exchange 34 (3) 2005, 177-184.269.

11.07.00 POLITICAL UNITS

11.07.20 Germany

[dagger] WALDENFELS, Hans. <>: Das Missionsprogramm der deutschen Kirche, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 89 (3) 2005, 163-180.270.

See also nos. 176, 259.

11.07.25 Hungary

[dagger] KOOL, Anne-Marie. Individual and community in transition: exploring a relevant missiology for Hungary, Swedish Missiological Themes 93 (3) 2005, 347-366.271.

11.07.38 Netherlands

See no. 269.

11.07.43 Russia

[dagger] TIESSEN, Douglas P. Global interdependent ministry partnerships in the Russian context, Mission Studies 22 (1) 2005, 115-134.272.

11.07.48 Spain

See no. 91.

11.07.52 United Kingdom

See nos. 128, 149.

12.00.00 OCEANIA

12.01.00 OCEANIA IN GENERAL

12.02.00 MELANESIA

[dagger] CARTER, Richard. A missionary method from below: the ministry of the Melanesian Brotherhood, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 34, 2005, 46-54. 273.

12.03.00 MICRONESIA

[dagger] CARTER, Richard. Creative beginnings in Micronesia: George Sewyn, John Patterson and Ini Kopuria, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 34, 2005, 40-45.274.

12.04.00 POLYNESIA

12.05.00 POLITICAL UNITS

12.05.17 Papua New Guinea

[dagger] ARNDELL, R. Seton. Jessie Wenben Bong: a witness of courage, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 34, 2005, 21-23. 275.

[dagger] BRIDE, Margaret. David Hand: a biographical sketch, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 34, 2005, 13-20. 276.

[dagger] GIBBS, Philip. <>: dialogue with primal religion in Papua New Guinea, SEDOS Bulletin 37 (7/8) 2005, 117-122. 277.

[dagger] GIBBS, Philip. <>: dialogue with primal religion in Papua New Guinea, Verbum SVD 46 (2) 2005, 151-161. 278.

[dagger] RUDOFSKY, Sheila. Patricia Taiwago, South Pacific Journal of Pacific Studies 34, 2005, 30-32. 279.

[dagger] THREFALL, Neville. Hosea Linge, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 34, 2005, 26-29.280.

[dagger] THREFALL, Neville. Salmon Gaius, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 34, 2005, 33-35.281.

[dagger] TOBIN, Nita. Mahiro Maivila: a story of resilience and love, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 34, 2005, 24-25.282.

[dagger] TOBIN, Nita. Ravu Henao, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 34, 2005, 36-39.283.

[dagger] WILSON, John D. Inside out and outside in: the radically new society described in Ephesians 2, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 322-327. 284.

12.05.22 Tonga

[dagger] SALAMONSEN, Peter. Patelisio Finau of Tonga: 1934-1993: formative influences and their enactment in the life of a unique Polynesian bishop, South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies 34, 2005, 4-12.285.

01.00.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND THE STUDY OF MISSION

01.01.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE

[dagger] JOSEPH, Stephen. The use of mission records and publications for academic research, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 75-80. 1.

[dagger] LUNDBERG, Magnus. Aasulv Lande: a bibliography 1971-2003, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 319-327. 2.

[dagger] MOREAU, A. Scott. A world tour of contextual theologies, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 374-379. 3.

[dagger] ROSSI, Teresa Francesca, NEPI, Loredana. A bibliography of interchurch and interconfessional theological dialogues, Centro Pro Unione 66, 2004, 9-27. 4.

See also no. 315.

01.02.00 STUDY OF MISSION

[dagger] MULLER, Klaus W. Der Schwachpunkt in der Strategie, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (3) 2004, 109-116. 5.

01.02.01 Study of Mission in General

[dagger] AMALADOSS, Michael. The mission institutes in the new millennium, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (7/8) 2004, 205-211.6.

01.02.02 Principles, Motivation and Strategy

[dagger] HARRIS, Zachary. Theological critique of security, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 328-335. 7.

[dagger] PARROT, Don. Managing the short-term missions explosion: let’s not lose the opportunity, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 356-360. 8.

See also nos. 259, 389.

01.02.03 Contributors to the Study of Mission

[dagger] BUCKLER, Andy. Jean-Francois Zorn, la Missiologie, emergence d’une discipline theologique, Perspectives Missionnaires 47 (1) 2004, 63-47. 9.

[dagger] KIRK, J. Andrew. My pilgrimage in mission, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (2) 2004, 70-74. 10.

[dagger] LUNDBERG, Magnus. Aasulv Lande and missiology, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 313-318. 11.

[dagger] SCHWEGLER, Urban. Grundlagen und Theorie der Missionsgeschichte bei Johannes Beckmann SMB, 1901-1971, Neue Zeitschrift far Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (3) 2004, 161-188. 12.

[dagger] SIEVERNICH, Michael. Karl Rahners Neuinterpretation der Mission, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 88 (2) 2004, 158-173. 13.

See also nos. 2, 82, 213.

02.00.00 SURVEYS OF THE CHRISTIAN SITUATION

02.01.00 GENERAL SURVEYS

02.01.05 Works Published 2000–

[dagger] BAZIOU, Jean Yves. Mission: from expansion to encounter, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (9/10) 2004, 209-212. 14.

[dagger] BJORK, David E. Was Bibel, Bekehrung und personliches Zeugnis zum Aufbau und zur Festigung einer evangelikalen Weltsicht beitragen, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (2) 2004, 133-147. 15.

[dagger] DINKELAKER, Bernhard. Einheit der Mission? Perspektiven der Weltmission, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (3) 2004, 202-215. 16.

[dagger] MEILI, Josef. Die <> (MISAL): interkulturelle und interreligiose Praxis, Neue Zeitschrift far Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (4) 2004, 251-272. 17.

[dagger] MORTENSEN, Viggo. What is happening to global Christianity? Dialog 43 (1) 2004, 20-27. 18.

[dagger] PASZTOR, Janos. What does it mean to be a missionary church today? Religion in Eastern Europe 24 (4) 2004, 30-46. 19.

[dagger] SCHULER, Fritz. Wahre Partner sind wirklich gleichwertig: Einstellung und Realitat in der Weltmission mit imperialistischen, kolonialistischen und bevormundenden Neigungen, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (4) 2004, 153-155. 20.

See also nos. 21, 46.

02.02.00 SURVEYS OF PARTICULAR INSTITUTIONS

[dagger] JENKINS, Willis. Episcopalians, homosexuality, and world mission, Anglican Theological Review 86 (2) 2004, 293-315. 21.

[dagger] SCHUBERT, Benedict. Transformation ohne Demission: am Beispiel von mission 21, dem evangelischen Missionswerk Basel, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (2) 2004, 148-167. 22.

See also no. 70

02.03.00 STATISTICAL SURVEYS

[dagger] JOHNSON, Todd M. Demographic futures for Christianity and the world religions, Dialog 43 (1) 2004, 10-19.23.

See also nos. 156, 270, 326.

02.04.00 MISSION FUTURES

[dagger] IVERSEN, Hans Raun. Religion in the 21st century, Dialog 43 (1) 2004, 28-33. 24.

[dagger] RUTT, Douglas L. The future of Christianity: a global perspective with implications for the Western Church, Missio Apostolica 12 (2) 2004, 102-112. 25.

See also nos. 23, 70.

02.05.00 THE WEST

See nos. 25, 114.

03.00.00 HISTORY AND THEOLOGY OF MISSION

03.01.00 MISSION IN THE BIBLE

[dagger] BEAMAN, Brad. Joseph of Arimathea: the secret disciple of Jesus and his legacy today, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 69-74. 26.

[dagger] BEYERHAUS, Peter P. J. Israel und die Gemeinde bei Jesus und Paulus, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (4) 2004, 146-152. 27.

[dagger] CHAE Young Sam. A Biblical exegesis of the Korean cultural concept, <>, indirect Karma: a rest-case of the hermeneutics of resonance, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 247-266. 28.

[dagger] EGELKRAUT, Helmuth. Der Gott der Bibel: Gott der Mission, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (4) 2004, 125-131. 29.

[dagger] FELIX, Nancy. Bin ich denn nicht auch der Gott in der Ferne? Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (3) 2004, 199-201. 30.

GALLAGHER, Robert L. (ed.), HERTIG, Paul (ed.). Mission in Acts: ancient narratives in contemporary context (American Society of Missiology Series; 34). Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis, 2004. xviii, 332 p. 31.

[dagger] GRAMS, Rollin G. Not <> but <> in the Father’s Kingdom: the character of discipleship in Matthew’s Gospel, Transformation 21 (2)2004, 114-125. 32.

[dagger] HARAGUCHI Takaaki. A call for repentance to the whole Israel: a rhetorical study of Acts 3:12-26, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 267-282. 33.

[dagger] IRUDAYA, Raj. Who are the Samaritans? Vidyajyoti 68 (8) 2004, 579-594. 34.

[dagger] LENCHAK, Timothy A. How the Bible has functioned in Roman Catholic mission, Verbum SVD 3 (45) 2004, 285-303. 35.

[dagger] MALIPURATHU, Thomas. The Spirit of God and the script of mission: a Biblical reflection, Verbum SVD 45 (2) 2004, 147-171. 36.

[dagger] MENEZES, Rui de. The Servant Songs and the New Testament: 1, Vidyajyoti 68 (9) 2004, 656-669. 37.

[dagger] PAMPLANIYIL, J. The Beloved Disciple and Thomas: the literary Didymoi of the Fourth Gospel, Vidyajyoti 68 (8) 2004, 560-578. 38.

[dagger] SCHNYDER, Christoph. Biblische Besinnung zu Psalm 85, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (2) 2004, 84-86. 39.

[dagger] VIS, Jeroen. Vrede en verzoening in bijbels-theologisch perspectief, Wereld en Zending 33 (3) 2004, 17-25. 40.

See also nos. 134, 179-80, 239.

03.02.00 HERMENEUTICS

[dagger] BLOOMQUIST, L. Gregory. A contemporary exegesis at the edges of chaos, Religion and Theology 11 (1) 2004, 1-38. 41.

NURNBERGER, Klaus. Biblical theology in outline: the vitality of the Word of God. Pietermaritzburg: Cluster; Pretoria: Powell, 2004. 248 p. 42.

See also no. 310.

03.03.00 HISTORY OF MISSION

[dagger] ANGENENDT, Arnold. Mission im Fruhmittelalter: die religiosen und sozialgeschichtlichen Rahmenbedingungen, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 88 (2) 2004, 99-122. 43.

[dagger] FATH, Sebastien. A forgotten missionary link: the Baptist Continental Society in France, 1831-1836, Baptist Quarterly 40 (3) 2003, 133-151. 44.

[dagger] INGVARSSON, Bengt. Saint Francis and the Sultan, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 311-312. 45.

LEWIS, Donald M. (ed.). The global expansion of evangelicalism in the twentieth century. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2004. 324 pp. 0802824838. 46.

Lewis, Introduction, 1-8; W. R. Ward, Evangelical identity in the eighteenth century, 11-30; M. A. Noll, Evangelical identitity, power and culture in the <> nineteenth century, 31-51; Brian Stanley, Twentieth-century world Christianity; a perspective from the history of missions, 52-83; Philip Yuen-Song Leung, Conversion, commitment and culture: Christian experience in China, 1949-99, 87-107; R. E. Frykenberg, Gospel, globalization, and Hindutva: the politics of <> in India, 108-132; A. K. Davidson, <> Conversion in the South Pacific in the twentieth century, 133-153; J. J. Hanciles, Conversion and serial change: a review of the <> in West Africa, 157-180; M. L. Daneel, African initiated churches in Southern Africa: protest movements or mission churches? 181-218; Paul Freston, Contours of Latin American Pentecostalism, 221-270; David Martin, Evangelical expansion in global society, 273-294.

[dagger] MAIER, Bernhard. Neuer Gott und alter Glaube: Uberlegungen zur heidnischen Religion der Germanen im Zeitalter des Bonifatius, Zeitschrift fur Missionwissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 88 (2) 2004, 143-157. 47.

[dagger] MALLAMPALLI, Chandra. Historiography and contested identities: review essay, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 81-83. 48.

Review essay on: Enlarging the story: perspectives on writing World Christian History / edited by Wilbert Shenk.–Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2002 and The struggle for the past: historiography today/ edited by Felix Wilfred and Jose D. Maliekal.–Chennai: Department of Christian Studies, University of Madras, 202.

[dagger] MANLEY, Ken. From William Carey in India to Rowland Hassall in Australia: a missionary correspondence 1808-1813, Baptist Quarterly 40 (6) 2004, 326-345. 49.

[dagger] NG, Nathan K. K. The Reformers’ <>: a loosening up or a tightening up? China Graduate School of Theology Journal 37, 2004, 186-188. 50.

English abstract.

[dagger] OMULOKOLI, Watson A. O. The roots and emergence of the modern missionary movement and the planting of Christianity in Africa, Journal of African Christian Thought 7 (1) 2004, 25-30. 51.

[dagger] PADBERG, Lutz v. Die Missionarische Arbeit des Bonifatius, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 88 (2) 2004, 123-142. 52.

PORTER, Andrew. Religion versus empire? British Protestant missionaries and overseas expansion, 1700-1914. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004. 373 pp., maps 0719028221. 53.

[dagger] SCHELBERT, Georg. Die urchristliche Mission: Zur Darstellung von E.J. Schnabel hundert Jahre nach A. von Harnack, Neue Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (4) 2004, 323-338. 54.

[dagger] SEBASTIAN, J. Jayakiran. The joy of almsgiving: reading Cyprian today, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (1) 2003, 67-83. 55.

[dagger] USTORF, Werner. The rainbow and the missionary: revisiting Johann Gottfried Herder, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 383-400. 56.

[dagger] WUDEL, B. Diane. The seduction of self-control: Hermas and the problem of desire, Religion and Theology 11 (1) 2004, 39-49. 57.

See also nos. 12, 35, 72, 106-7, 113, 117, 127, 187, 210, 212-3, 219, 229, 233, 237, 241-2, 244, 246, 257, 267, 271, 276, 281, 288, 319-1, 324-5, 333, 335-39, 341-2, 345, 362, 365, 382, 387-8, 392, 394, 396.

03.04.00 THEOLOGY OF MISSION (SEE ALSO 03.07.00, 08.02.00, 09.04.02 AND 10.02.00)

[dagger] GARCIA, Alberto L. A multi-ethnic Lutheran theology for the next generation: toward a theology of accompaniment in the 21st century, Missio Apostolica 12 (2) 2004, 80-86. 58.

[dagger] HEALEY, Joseph. Praxis is prior to theology: theological foundations of international SCC twinning, Mission 11 (1) 2004, 29-43. 59.

SCC = Small Christian Communities.

[dagger] HIPPOLYTE SIMON, Archbishop. So, then where is the Kingdom? SEDOS Bulletin 36 (9/10) 2004, 244-247. 60.

[dagger] HOEKEMA, Alle. Barth and Asia: <>, Exchange 33 (2) 2004, 102-131. 61.

[dagger] KAVUNKAL, Jacob. Mission or evangelization? Mission Studies 21 (1) 2004, 55-64. 62.

[dagger] KIM, Kirsteen. Missiology as global conversation of (contextual) theologies, Mission Studies 21 (1) 2004, 39-53. 63.

[dagger] LANGMEAD, Ross. Taking shape: incarnational mission, Verbum SVD 45 (2) 2004, 173-186. 64.

[dagger] PARK Joon-Sik. <>: John Howard Yoder as a mission theologian, Mennonite Quarterly Review 78 (3) 2004, 363-383. 65.

[dagger] REIMER, Johannes. Mission as kenotic action: understanding Orthodox theology of mission, Missionalia 32 (1) 2004, 68-83. 66.

[dagger] SCHREITER, R. J. Verzoening en genezing: een paradigma voor zending? Wereld en Zending 33 (3) 2004, 4-16. 67.

[dagger] VISCHER, Lukas. Mitarbeiter an Gottes Ban? Ein Pladoyer fur konsequente inner-evangelische Gemeinschaft, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (3) 2004, 252-259. 68.

[dagger] WIJSEN, Frans. Intercultural theology instead of missiology: new wine in old wineskins? SEDOS Bulletin 36 (7/8) 2004, 171-180. 69.

See also nos. 13, 40, 224, 311-2, 372.

03.05.00 ECUMENISM

[dagger] GOHEEN, Michael W. The future of mission in the World Council of Churches: the dialogue between Lesslie Newbigin and Konrad Raiser, Mission Studies 21 (1) 2004, 97-111. 70.

[dagger] MATTHEY, Jacques. La mission face a la mondialisation: perspectives oecumeniques, Perspectives Missionnaires 47 (1) 2004, 35-50. 71.

See also nos. 4, 169, 196, 288, 309, 386.

03.06.00 BLACK THEOLOGY

See no. 266.

03.07.00 LIBERATION AND POLITICAL THEOLOGIES

See no. 398.

03.08.00 CONVERSION

[dagger] DUBE, Saurabh. Conversion to translation: colonial registers of a vernacular Christianity, South Atlantic Quarterly 101 (4) 2002, 807-737. 72.

[dagger] LIENEMANN-PERRIN, Christine, Konversion im interreligiosen Kontext, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (3) 2004, 216-231. 73.

See also nos. 232, 268.

03.09.00 CHARISMATIC MOVEMENT AND PENTECOSTALISM

See nos. 46, 169-70, 172, 234, 395.

04.00.00 RELIGION, RELIGIONS AND DIALOGUE

04.01.00 RELIGION IN GENERAL

[dagger] DONOHUE, John. Mistranslations of God: fundamentalism in the twenty-first century, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 15 (4) 427-442. 74.

[dagger] DUZGUN, Saban Ali. Contextualizing the term <> in theological discourse, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 15 (4) 2004, 497-514. 75.

[dagger] KISALA, Robert. International Conference on Values Research, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 28, 2004, 58-62. 76.

[dagger] MICHAEL, S. M. Socio-political analysis of the phenomenon of fundamentalism, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (9/10) 2004, 235-243. 77.

[dagger] SCHUMANN, Olaf. Anmerkungen zur gesellschaftlichen Verantwortung der Religionswissenschaft, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (2) 2004, 87-106. 78.

See also nos. 299, 370.

04.02.00 CHRISTIANITY AND OTHER FAITHS

[dagger] AMOS, Clare, IPGRAVE, Michael, MITCHELL, Susanne (et al). Inter-faith integrity and Christian witness: a consultation in Bangalore, Current Dialogue 43, 2004, 42-48. 79.

[dagger] GILL, LaVerne M. (comp.). The group report on models, tools and inter-faith gatherings for peace-building: from the 6th W. A. Visser’t Hooft memorial consultation: religion, power and violence a consultation for inter religious peace building 8-13 June 2004, Current Dialogue 43, 2004, 4-10. 80.

[dagger] HEISIG, James W. Fundamentalism in dialogue, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 28, 2004, 51-57. 81.

[dagger] ITHIER, Jean-Noel. Dialogue et rencontre: la contribution de H. Le Saux pour un dialogue en verite: attitudes et methodes: 2: Les methodes, Mission 11 (1) 2004, 45-72. 82.

[dagger] JEANROND, Werner G. Religious authority and the praxis of love and peace, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 401-415. 83.

[dagger] MAY, John D’Arcy. The dialogue of religions: source of knowledge? Means of Peace? Current Dialogue 43, 2004, 11-18. 84.

[dagger] ROBERTSON, S. Life-sustaining pluralistic perspective, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 374-397. 85.

[dagger] SVARTVIK, Jesper. Monotheism and monopoly: a match made in heaven or a marriage of convenience? Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 427-461. 86.

[dagger] TIMON, P. L’Eglise, les religions et la culture moderne, Nouvelle Revue Theologique 126 (3) 2004, 435-445. 87.

[dagger] VAN WIELE, Jan. Non-Christian religions and cultures in western religion textbooks: towards a contextual and historical analysis, Neue Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (3) 2004, 189-208. 88.

[dagger] WINGATE, Andrew. Mission as dialogue: a contextual study from Leicester, UK, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 463-488. 89.

[dagger] WOLLENBERG, Bruce. Etsi Deus Daretur: Lutheranism faces the World religions, Dialog 43 (1) 2004, 68-72. 90.

See also nos. 56, 73, 93, 102, 380-1.

04.04.00 BUDDHISM

[dagger] CHINVARAKORN, Vasana. L’Etat du Bouddhisme Theravada en Thailande, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (7/8) 2004, 197-204. 91.

[dagger] CHUNG, Paul S. Martin Luther and Shinran: the presence of Christ in justification and salvation in a Buddhist-Christian context, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 295-309. 92.

[dagger] HARRIS, Elizabeth J. Co-existence, confrontation and co-responsibility: looking at Buddhist models of inter-religious relationship, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 349-369. 93.

[dagger] LAI Pan-chui, SO Yuen-Tai. Zhang Chunyi’s Chinese Buddhist-Christian pneumatology, Ching Feng 4 (1) 2003, 51-77. 94.

[dagger] MAY, John D’Arcy. Loving nothingness? Possibilities of prayer in Buddhism and Christianity, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 371-381. 95.

[dagger] SUWANBUBBHA, Parichart. A Theravada Buddhist-Christian consultation Towards a culture of religious diversity and communal harmony organised by the World Council of Churches (WCC) Tao Fung Shah Centre, Shantin, Hong Kong 2-6 July 2004, Current Dialogue 43, 2004, 29-35. 96.

[dagger] THERAVADA BUDDHIST-CHRISTIAN CONSULTATION Hong Kong 2-6 July 2004. Towards a culture of religious diversity and communal harmony: report from a consultation of Theravada Buddhists and Christian leaders, Current Dialogue 43, 2004, 39-41. 97.

[dagger] WILLIAMS, Paul. Aquinas meets the Buddhists: prolegomenon to an authentically Thomas-st basis for dialogue, Modern Theology 20 (1) 2004, 91-121. 98.

[dagger] XUE Yu. Merit transfer and life after death in Buddhism, Ching Feng 4 (1) 2003, 29-50. 99.

See also no. 349.

04.05.00 CHINESE RELIGIONS

[dagger] MAH Yeow-Beng. Living in harmony with one’s environment: a Christian response to Feng Shui, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 340-361. 100.

See also nos. 336-7.

04.06.00 HINDUISM

[dagger] RICHARD, H. L. New paradigms for understanding Hinduism and contextualization, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 308-315. 101.

[dagger] STANISLAUS, L. A Christian response to Hindutva, Vidyajyoti 68 (10) 2004, 753-773. 102.

[dagger] STEPHEN, Abraham. The problem of praxis in the new-vedanta of Vivekananda: an investigation into pragmatic social philosophy, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (2) 2003, 18-42. 103.

[dagger] SWEETMAN, Will. <> and the history of <>: Protestant presuppositions in the critique of the concept of Hinduism, Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 15 (4) 2003, 329-353. 104.

[dagger] VELIATH, Cyril. Hinduism in Japan, Inter-Religio 45, 2004, 21-29. 105.

See also nos. 82, 200, 304, 349-50.

04.08.00 ISLAM

[dagger] BAUMANN, Andreas. Zur Aktualitat der reformatorischen Islam-Deutung: ein Gedankenanstoss, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (3) 2004, 95-99. 106.

[dagger] BURRELL, David B. Thomas Aquinas and Islam, Modern Theology 20 (1) 2004, 51-70. 107.

[dagger] GARDET, L., DURAND, J. D., ABD AL-YALIL, J. M. El dialogo mas alla de las palabras el P. de Foucauld, el Hermano universal, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 387-388, 2004, 1-19. 108.

[dagger] GLOEL, Hans-Martin. Brucje-Kopru: Begegnung fur Christen und Muslime, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (3) 2004, 244-251. 109.

[dagger] GODDARD, Hugh. Challenges and developments: Christian-Muslim relations in the Middle East, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 3 (2) 2005, 15-35. 110.

[dagger] GODDARD, Hugh. Christian-Muslim relations: yesterday, today and tomorrow, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 3 (2) 2003, 1-14. 111.

[dagger] HOCK, Klaus. Christian-Muslim relations in the African context, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 3 (2) 2003, 36-57. 112.

[dagger] HUBERS, John. Samuel Zwemer and the challenge of Islam: from polemic to a hint of dialogue, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (3) 2004, 117-121. 113.

[dagger] LEWIS, Philip. Christians and Muslims in the West: from isolation to shared citizenship? International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 3 (2) 2003, 77-100. 114.

[dagger] MASSEY, Joshua. Misunderstanding C5: His ways are not our orthodoxy, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 296-304. 115.

[dagger] MICHEL, Tom. Implications of the Islamic revival for Christian-Muslim dialogue in Asia, International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 3 (2) 2003, 58-76. 116.

[dagger] MILLER, Roland E. The LCMS mission among Muslims: a brief historical survey, Missio Apostolica 12 (2) 2004, 114-119. 117.

[dagger] MOUCARRY, Chawkat. Chretiens et musulmans, coexistence, conflit ou cooperation? Perspectives Missionnaires 47 (1) 2004, 51-62. 118.

[dagger] MUKASA, Edoth. Monotheism in Islam: an assessment of the concept of Tawhid, Encounter: Documents for Christian-Muslim Understanding 304, 2004, 1-11. 119.

[dagger] OKTEM, Emre. [Encuentro Islamo Cristiano]: 1: Discurso del Presidente del Gobierno Espanol en la onu: 2: EL laicismo Turco, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 389, 2004, 1-16. 120.

[dagger] PARSHALL, Phil. Lifting the Fatwa, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 288-293. 121.

[dagger] REID, Helen. Working alongside Muslims: 7: Mission and ministry alongside Muslims in the UK, Epworth Review 31 (2) 2004, 61-68. 122.

[dagger] SHEHADEH, Imad N. Do Muslims and Christians believe in the same God? Bibliotheca Sacra 161 (641) 2004, 14-26. 123.

[dagger] WHITTINGHAM, Martin. Working alongside Muslims: 8: The Edinburgh Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies, Epworth Review 31 (3) 2004, 64-69. 124.

See also nos. 45, 74, 186, 213, 216, 260-1, 303, 314-6, 350, 355, 364, 373, 374, 377.

04.09.00 JAINISM

See no. 349.

04.10.00 JAPANESE RELIGION

[dagger] MASE, Hiromasa. Religion in crisis or <>? Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 417-426. 125.

See also nos. 192, 359.

04.11.00 JUDAISM

[dagger] PARVIZ, Kevin. The validity and methodology of Jewish evangelism, Missio Apostolica 12 (2) 2004, 87-101. 126.

[dagger] SCHOOT, Henk, VALKENBERG, Pim. Thomas Aquinas and Judaism, Modern Theology 20 (1) 2004, 51-70. 127.

[dagger] ZEGEYE, Abebe. The light of origins: Beta Israel and the return to Yerusalem, Religion and Theology 11 (1) 2004, 50-70. 128.

See also no. 74.

04.13.00 PRIMAL RELIGIONS

[dagger] MICHALEK, Adam. Religion traditionnelle Africaine: lieu theologique et partenaire du dialogue, Verbum SVD 3 (45) 2004, 225-238. 129.

See also nos. 47, 203, 208, 213, 216-7, 227, 235, 239, 253, 390, 393.

04.16.00 ATHEISM, UNBELIEF AND SECULARISM

See no. 370.

05.00.00 THE CONTEXT OF MISSION ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY

05.01.00 ENVIRONMENT, ECOLOGY, AND HUMAN LIFE

05.01.01 Environment and Ecology See nos. 125, 242.

05.01.04 Peace, Justice and Environment

[dagger] KOBIA, Samuel. The spiritual dimension to promote peace and communal harmony, Current Dialogue 43, 2004, 36-38. 130.

05.01.05 Disability

[dagger] TAN, Amanda Shao. Voicing out for the silenced: a seminar curriculum on disability and violence for local churches and theological institutions, Ministerial Formation 103, 2004, 13-24. 131.

05.02.00 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DIMENSIONS

05.02.01 Social Order, Social Change

[dagger] BEUNINGEN, Cor van. Hoe maken we een vitale samenleving? Wereld en Zending 33 (3) 2004, 74-84. 132.

See also nos. 351.

05.02.02 Women in Society and in the Church

[dagger] FILEMONI-TOFAEONO, Joan A. Cracking the silence: the churches’ role in violence against women in Oceania, Ministerial Formation 103, 2004, 25-35. 133.

[dagger] WEST, Gerald, ZONDI-MABIZELA, Phumzile. The Bible story that became a campaign: the Tamar campaign in South Africa (and beyond), Ministerial Formation 103, 2004, 4-12. 134.

See also nos. 208, 216, 251,305, 327, 330, 396.

05.02.03 Marriage and the Family

See no. 216.

05.02.04 Children

[dagger] LAVOIE, Sylvain. <>: an application of the 12 steps program for the healing of sexual abuse, Mission 11 (1) 2004, 115-134. 135.

See also no. 201.

05.02.06 Culture and Anthropology

[dagger] CHAN, Kaur-Mann. Who do you say I am? Images of Jesus, Black Theology 2 (1) 2004, 19-44. 136.

[dagger] DE MESA, Jose. Jesus and the cross-cultural experience: cultural-theological reading, Mission 11 (1) 2004, 101-113. 137.

[dagger] EDWARDSON, Lincoln. Distractions on the path to contentment, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 322-325. 138.

See also nos. 3, 69, 72, 101, 115, 199, 207, 219, 273, 229, 307, 354, 363.

05.02.07 Race and Ethnicity

See no. 48, 214, 247, 256.

05.02.08 The Arts and Literature (see also 07.09.00)

[dagger] PUNT, Jeremy. Biblical allusion in the matrix: messiah and violence, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 119, 2004, 90-107. 139.

See also no. 333.

05.02.09 Science and Technology

[dagger] CHONG Ho Yu. The clash between Galileo’s astronomy and Catholic theology: who was the <>? China Graduate School of Theology Journal 37, 2004, 64-65. 140.

English abstract.

[dagger] MCGRATH, Alister. Intelligibility and responsibility: the Christian doctrine of creation and modern science, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 37, 2004, 103-136. 141.

[dagger] YEUNG, Jason H. A study on T. F. Torrance’s apprehension of science and technology, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 37, 2004, 101-102. 142.

English abstract.

See also no. 163.

05.03.00 ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS

05.03.01 The World Economic Order

[dagger] RAJ, J. Felix. Thiruvalluvar: his ideas on economics and their relevance today, Vidyajyoti 68 (8) 2004, 612-625. 143.

[dagger] MA, David K. The spiritual dimension of financial investment activities: a preliminary discussion, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 37, 2004, 160-161. 144.

English abstract.

See also nos. 277, 322.

05.03.02 Wealth and Poverty

See nos. 215, 230, 356.

05.03.03 Development

[dagger] MAXEY, Buzz. Lean, mean, extreme and unseen, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 348-353. 145.

See also no. 397.

05.03.04 Industry and Urbanisation (see also 07.05.04)

See no. 344.

05.03.05 Rural Society (see also 07.01.00)

See no. 221.

05.04.00 POLITICAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS

See no. 196.

05.04.01 The State, Church-State and Mission-State Relations

See nos. 264-5, 293, 297, 331, 372, 385.

05.04.02 Justice and Human Rights

[dagger] SAMPATKUMAR, R. Promoting human rights and peace: the role of religion, Current Dialogue 43, 2004, 19-23. 146.

See also nos. 282, 371.

05.04.03 Colonial and Imperial Rule

See nos. 20, 53, 188.

05.04.05 Peace, War and Conflict

[dagger] FARRIS, James. Religion, violence and conflict: psychological perspectives, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (1) 2003, 134-150. 147.

[dagger] LINDBLAD, Per. Psychological violence in religious communities, Ministerial Formation 103, 2004, 46-50. 148.

[dagger] NALUNNAKKAL, George Mathew. Overcoming violence: Biblical and theological perspectives, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (2) 2003, 1-18. 149.

See also nos. 83, 86, 131, 133, 164, 166, 173, 202, 206, 214, 243, 256, 260, 282, 348, 368.

05.04.06 Migration, Refugees and Minority Groups

[dagger] STEVENS, W. David. Spreading the word: religious beliefs and the evolution of immigrant congregations, Sociology of Religion 65 (2) 2004, 121-138. 150.

[dagger] VOCKING, Hans. Habiter le temps et l’espace: quelle chance represente l’arrivee des migrants pour l’Europe? (du point de vue culturel, politique, social, ecclesial), SEDOS Bulletin 36 (9/10) 2004, 219-221. 151.

See also nos. 263, 272, 287, 289, 291, 307, 352.

05.05.00 JUSTICE PEACE AND THE INTEGRITY OF CREATION

06.00.00 THE STRUCTURE OF MISSION–CHURCH AND MISSION

06.01.00 THE CHURCH

06.01.01 Nature and Structure of the Church

See nos. 198, 234, 347, 379.

06.01.02 The Local Church

See nos. 157, 259.

06.01.05 Basic Christian Communities

See no. 59.

06.01.06 Ministry

[dagger] PONNORE, John. Spiritual formation of the diocesan priest, Vidyajyoti 68 (8) 2004, 595-605. 152.

[dagger] SESSOMS, Richard W. A leadership model for the suffering Church, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 340-346. 153.

See also nos. 274.

06.01.08 Laity

[dagger] BAYO, Jean Sinsin. Laicite, dialogue des religions, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (7/8) 2004, 193-196. 154.

[dagger] DOSSO, Mamadou. Quelle laicite? SEDOS Bulletin 36 (7/8) 2004, 190-193. 155.

06.02.00 MISSIONS AND THE MISSIONARY

06.02.03 Missions from non-Western Countries

[dagger] JAFFARIAN, Michael. Are there more non-western missionaries than western missionaries? International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (3) 2004, 131-132. 156.

06.02.04 The Missionary, Missionary Vocation

[dagger] FORD, Deborah. P(r)ay as they go? Re examining the role of the local church in cross-cultural missionary care, Evangel 22 (1) 2004, 4-10. 157.

[dagger] LO, James. The pressure to lie, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 362-366. 158.

[dagger] RICHARDSON, John. What I want in a missionary, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 336-338. 159.

[dagger] SILVA, Jose Antunes da. To be a missionary: a short reflection, Verbum SVD 3 (45) 2004, 305-315. 160.

See also nos. 165, 222, 336.

06.02.05 Missionary Training and Preparation

See no. 286.

06.03.00 FINANCIAL ASPECTS OF CHURCH AND MISSION

See no. 55.

07.00.00 THE PRACTICE OF MISSION–FORMS OF MINISTRY AND WITNESS

07.02.00 COMMUNICATIONS, MEDIA

[dagger] MARCHESSAULT, Guy. Idolatry challenging the media image, Mission 11 (1) 2004, 15-28. 161.

[dagger] NEUNER, J. Why had Jesus to suffer? One more reflection on Mel Gibson’s <>, Vidyajyoti 68 (10) 2004, 774-778. 162.

[dagger] RAJA, Joshva. Communication for alternative humanity: technological perspective, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (1) 2003, 104-119. 163.

See also nos. 243, 294.

07.04.00 EDUCATION

07.04.01 Educational Practice

[dagger] ASTORGANO, Angel. The global perspective of education towards a culture of peace, building a partnership of schools, religion, state and civil society, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 80 (843) 2004, 425-434. 164.

Keynote address on the Asian Congress of Catholic International Office of Education (OIEC), March 27-29, 2004.

[dagger] RICKETT, Daniel. When things go wrong, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 368-371. 165.

[dagger] SALAZAR, Roderick. Principle, process, perspective of education for peace in all stages of a person’s life, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 80 (843) 2004, 435-448. 166.

See also nos. 240, 277, 292, 343.

07.04.02 Students

See no. 254, 289.

07.05.00 EVANGELISM

07.05.01 Evangelism in General

[dagger] KROEGER, James H. To live is to evangelize: recent popes and integral evangelization, Verbum SVD 45 (2) 2004, 187-204. 167.

See also nos. 126, 294, 388.

07.05.03 Church Growth

[dagger] HONG Young-Gi. Models of the church growth movement, Transformation 21 (2) 2004, 101-113. 168.

07.06.00 HEALTH, MEDICINE, HEALING

[dagger] ANDERSON, Allan. Pentecostals, healing and ecumenism, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 486-496. 169.

[dagger] ASAMOAH-GYADU, J. Kwabena. <>: reflections on a consultative process, International Review of Mission 93 (370-371) 2004, 372-378. 170.

[dagger] ASAMOAH-GYADU, J. Kwabena. Mission to <>: healing, deliverance, and generational curses in Ghanaian pentecostalism, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 389-406. 171.

[dagger] CHIQUETE, Daniel. Healing, salvation and mission: the ministry of healing in Latin American pentecostalism, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 474-485. 172.

[dagger] FARHADIAN, C. E. Reflexive communities: the non-western Church as healing community, Pastoral Psychology 49 (3) 2001, 241-250. 173.

[dagger] FIEDRICH, Marc. <> gender, Christianity and the role of adult education in the Ugandan response to HIV/AIDS, Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa 54, 2004, 17-41. 174.

[dagger] GRANT, Elizabeth. A safari in Africa: palliative care in crosscultural perspective, Contact 141, 2003, 17-23. 175.

[dagger] JAKOB, Beate. We can expect great things from God: the relation between faith and healing, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 458-473. 176.

[dagger] MATTHEY, Jacques. Faith, healing and mission: Santiago de Chile October 2003, introduction and summary of process, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 407-412. 177.

[dagger] SARACCO, Norberto. The Holy Spirit and the Church’s mission of healing, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 413-420. 178.

[dagger] THOMAS, John Christopher. The Spirit, healing and mission: an overview of the Biblical canon, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 421-442. 179.

[dagger] WARRINGTON, Keith. James 5:14-18: healing then and now, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 346-367. 180.

[dagger] WCC CONSULTATION ON FAITH, HEALING AND MISSION (Achimota, Ghana 4-8 December, 2002). Group reports, International Review of Mission 93 (370-371) 2004, 368-371. 181.

[dagger] WCC CONSULTATION ON FAITH, HEALING AND MISSION (Santiago de Chile 28-30 October, 2003). Synthesis of group reports, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 443-454. 182.

[dagger] WCC CONSULTATION ON FAITH, HEALING AND MISSION Santiago de Chile (28-30 October, 2003). Pastoral letter to the churches: Consultation on Faith, healing and mission, Santiago, Chile, 28-30 October 2003, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 455-457. 183.

[dagger] WERNER, Dietrich. WCC consultation on mission, health and healing, Accra, Ghana 4-8 December 2002, International Review of Mission 93 (370/371) 2004, 379-388. 184.

See also nos. 192, 209, 241,252, 344, 395.

07.07.00 LINGUISTICS, TRANSLATION, SCRIPTURE DISTRIBUTION

[dagger] JINBACHIAN, Manuel M. The history, base text(s), and translation techniques of the Armenian Bible, Bible Translator Technical Papers 55 (3) 2004, 364-375. 185.

[dagger] MASSEY, Joshua. Should Christians use <> in Bible translation? Evangelical Missions Quarterly 40 (3) 2004, 284-285. 186.

[dagger] WALLS, Andrew E West African languages and Christian proclamation: the early years, Bible Translator Technical Papers 55 (3) 2004, 389-400. 187.

[dagger] YORKE, Gosnell. Bible translation in Anglophone Africa and her diaspora: a post-colonialist agenda, Black Theology 2 (2) 2004, 153-166. 188.

See also nos. 284, 345.

07.08.00 LITERACY, LITERATURE

See no. 332.

07.09.00 MUSIC, THE ARTS, ARCHITECTURE

See no. 200.

07.10.00 PASTORAL ACTIVITY AND CHRISTIAN FORMATION

[dagger] KOCHAPPILLY, Paulachan. Moral challenges today, Vidyajyoti 68 (8) 2004, 608-614. 189.

07.13.00 SPIRITUALITY, RENEWAL, LIFESTYLE

[dagger] BETTI, Claudio. Gebed als bron van verzoening, Wereld en Zending 33 (3) 2004, 26-33. 190.

[dagger] KIRCHNER, Thomas. The 2003 East-West Spiritual Exchange, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 28, 2004, 19-36. 191.

[dagger] RUMBOLD, Bruce. Spirituality, healthcare and pastoral care, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (2) 2003, 43-59. 192.

See also nos. 95, 125.

07.14.00 THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

[dagger] MUTHURAJ, Joesph G., BLAUFUSS, Mary Schaller, RAZU, I. John Mohan. Activated to be activators: the vocation of theological educators, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (2) 2003, 83-95. 193.

[dagger] NAUDE, Piet. Is there a future for scholarship? Reformed theological scholarship in a transforming higher education environment, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 119, 2004, 32-45. 194.

[dagger] STEYN, Gert J. The future of theological education by extension (TEE) in Africa, Missionalia 32 (1) 2004, 3-22. 195.

[dagger] TIBBEY, Mandy. On violence and peace making: a challenge for ecumenical theological education, Ministerial Formation 103, 2004, 36-45. 196.

[dagger] WARD, Edwina. Transitions: paradoxes in training for ministry, Missionalia 32 (1) 2004, 23-38. 197.

See also nos. 152, 250, 286.

07.15.00 WORSHIP, LITURGY, PRAYER

[dagger] AMALADOSS, M. The eucharist and the Christian community, Vidyajyoti 68 (10) 2004, 721-735. 198.

[dagger] AMALADOSS, Michael. Inculturation and the liturgy, Vidyajyoti 68 (9) 2004, 641-655. 199.

[dagger] GOONESEKERA, Gihan Ajith. Devotion to Christ in a Hindu context, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 41-46. 200.

[dagger] STRANDENOES, Thor. Dialoguing with children on liturgy and worship, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 489-515. 201.

See also no. 386.

08.00.00 AFRICA

08.01.00 AFRICA IN GENERAL

[dagger] ARENDS, Siegfried. Vorming of verzoening in oorlog en armoede: het Hendrik Kraemer Instituut als actor in het Grote-Merengebied, Wereld en Zending 33 (3) 2004, 53-58. 202.

[dagger] BAMMANN, Heinrich. Zur Diskussion gestellt: Geisterphanomene in Afrika, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (3) 2004, 100-108. 203.

[dagger] BLOK, Matthijs J. C. Christianisme et quete d’identite en Afrique, La Revue Reformee 55 (3) 2004, 1-28. 204.

[dagger] BONK, Jonathan J. Ecclesiastical cartography and the invisible continent, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (4) 2004, 153-158. 205.

[dagger] BUTSELAAR, Jan van. De Geest houd je niet tegen: Kerk en verzoening in Afrika, Wereld en Zending 33 (3) 2004, 43-52. 206.

COX, James L. (ed.), HAAR, Gerie ter. Uniquely African? African Christian identity from cultural and historical perspectives (Religion in Contemporary Africa series), viii, 310 p. 1592211143. 207

Preface. James L. Cox, Setting the context: the African Christianity Project and the emergence of a self-reflexive institutional identity, 1-7; Introduction. Leslie E. T. Shyllon, What role do institutions of theology and religious studies play in the engagement with African cultural dynamics? 9-21; James L. Cox, African identities as the projection of western alterity, 25-37, Henk J. van Rinsum, <>: Edwin W. Smith and the invention of African traditional religion, 39-66; U. D. Anyanwu, Educational institutions and Christian engagement with societal challenges, 69-88; Mercy Amba Oduyoye, Christian engagement with African culture: religious challenges, 89-108; Ezra Chitando, Christianity in a pluralist context: religious challenges in Zimbabwe, 109-128; Kenneth R. Ross, Church life, civil society and democratization in Malawi 1992-96, 131-156; Gustav H. K. Deveneaux, Christianity and national development in West Africa: dilemmas and possibilities, 157-179; Elom Dovlo, Christianity, nation-building and national identity in Ghana: religious perspectives, 181-192; Robert Addo-Fenning, Christian missions and nation-building in Ghana: an historical evaluation, 193-212; Ogbu U. Kalu, <> and religion: the pentecostal model in contemporary Africa, 215-240; Afe Adogame, Old wine in new wine bottles: prophetic experiences in the Celestial Church of Christ, 241-260; Gerrie ter Haar, Who defines African identity? A concluding analysis, 261-274;.

[dagger] DENIS, Philippe. Chretiennes et africaines: le dilemme d’un groupe de femmes sudafricaines, Revue Theologique de Louvain 35 (1) 2004, 55-74. 208.

[dagger] DORTZBACH, Karl. Healing the nations, Verbum et Ecclesia 25 (1) 2004, 81-101. 209.

[dagger] ENGELKE, Matthew. The book, the Church and the <>: Christianity in African history, Journal of Southern African Studies 29 (1) 2003, 297-306. 210.

Review article on: The Bible in Africa: Transactions, Trajectories, and Trends / edited by G. West and M. Dube.–Leiden :Brill, 2000 and A History of the Church in Africa / by B. Sundkler and C. Steed.–Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

[dagger] HANCILES, Jehu J. Missionaries and revolutionaries: elements of transformation in the emergence of modern African Christianity, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (4) 2004, 146-152. 211.

[dagger] KOREN, Henry J. The legacy of Francois Libermann, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (4) 2004, 174-177. 212.

LUDWIG, Frieder (ed), ADOGAME, Afe (ed). European traditions in the study of religion in Africa, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2004 vii, 404 pp. 213.

Frieder Ludwig & Afe Adogame, Introduction historiography and European perceptions of African religious history, 1-22; Henk J. van Rinsum, <>. Okot p’Bitek (1931-1982) and their European traditions in the study of African religions, 23-38; Adam Jones, Sources in mission archives, 39-46; Nehemiah Levtzion, European perceptions of Islam in Africa: missionaries, administrators and scholars, 47-55; Mahmud Haggag, German Koran translations and their reception in North Africa, 57-63; Robert Debusmann & Frieder Ludwig, From distance to difference modern European travel accounts on religion and healing in Africa, 65-74; Jan G. Platvoet, Dutch merchants, missionaries and academics on African religions, 1594-2000: their earliest contributions, 75-96; Jean-Godefroy Bidima, The dialectic of the French Enlightenment for Africans: thinking alterity in Abbe Gregoire, Condorcet, Ch. De Brosses and Olympe de Gouges, 97-107; Wolbert Smidt, Fetishists and magicians–the description of African religions by Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), 109-115; Werner Ustorf, Wissenschaft, Africa and the cultural process according to Johann Gottfried Herder (1744-1803), 117-127; Musa A. B. Gaiya, Thomas Fowell Buxton (1786-1844): his impact on Christian mission in Africa, 129-139; Ulrich Berner, Africa and the origin of the science of religion: Max Muller (1823-1900) and James George Frazer (1854-1941) on African religions, 141-149; Elisio Macamo, The sociology of religion and the possibility of African society: some theoretical remarks, 151-160; Roman Loimeier, Germanophone Orientalism revisited: a polemic, 161-168; Holger Stoecker, <> Diedrich Westermann (1875-1956) and some aspects of his studies of African religions, 169-174; Keith Clements, <>: J. H. Oldham (1874-1969), missions and British colonial policy in the 1920s, 175-186; Jacob K. Olupona, A tale of two Germans and the Yoruba of Nigeria: Leo Frobenius (1873-1938) and Ulli Beier (1922), 187-196; W. John Young, <> Edwin W. Smith (1876-1957), a wise listener to African voices, 197-205; Andrew F. Walls, Geoffrey Parrinder (1910) and the study of religion in West Africa, 207-215; Christopher Steed, Bengt Sundkler (1909-1995): sixty years of engagement with Africa, 217-226; Kevin Ward, <> The CMS tradition at the end of the colonial era in Africa: Max Warren (1904-1977) and John V. Taylor (1914-2001), 227-236; Abdulkader Tayob, John Spencer Trimingham (*1904) on Islam in Africa: integrative or isolationist?, 237-243; Till Forster, From rationality to creativity: ritual activity and religious experience in the work of Edward Evans-Pritchard (1902-1973) and Victor Turner (1920-1983), 245-253; James L. Cox, From Africa to Africa: the significance of approaches to the study of African religions at Aberdeen and Edinburgh Universities from 1970 to 1998, 255-264; Adrian Hastings, African Christian studies, 1967-1999: reflections of an editor, 265-274; David Westerlund, Uppsala studies on religions of Africa, 275-290; Rene Devisch, Africa Research Centre, University of Leuven: aims and activities, 291-300; Athanasios N. Papathanasiou, Missionary experience and academic quest: the research situation in Greece, 301-311; Ulrich van der Heyden, Institutions of the former GDR, 313-321; Andrea Schultze, Writing of past times: an interdisciplinary approach to mission history, 323-328; Klaus Hock, Catching the wind: some remarks on the growing interface of migration studies and studies on African religions, 329-339; Umar Habila Dadem Danfulani, West African religions in European scholarship, 341-363; Grace Nyatugah Wamue, The use of European traditions in the study of religion in Africa: East African perspectives, 365-373; Afe Adogame, The use of European traditions in the study of religion in Africa: West African perspectives, 375-381. [dagger] MURHULA, Toussaint Kafarhire. <>: a challenge to ethnic conflicts in contemporary Africa, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (9-10) 2004, 230-234. 214. [dagger] OBORJI, Francis Anekwe. Africa: rethinking the mission-charity paradigm, SEDOS 36 (7/8) 2004, 181-189. 215. ODUYOYE, Mercy Amba (ed), KANYORO, Musimbi R. A. (ed). The will to arise: women, tradition, and the Church in Africa. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2001. viii, 230 pp. 0883447827. 216. Foreword, Katie G. Cannon, vii-viii; Introduction, Musimbi R. A. Kanyoro and Mercy Amba Oduyoye, 1-6; Oduyoye, Women and ritual in Africa, 9-24; Rosemary N. Edet, Christianity and African women’s rituals, 25-39; Anne Nasimiyu-Wasike, Christianity and the African rituals of birth and naming, 40-53; Daisy N. Nwachukwu, The Christian widow in African culture, 54-73; Rabiatu Ammah, Paradise lies at the feet of Muslim women, 74-84; Musimbi R. A. Kanyoro, Interpreting Old Testament polygamy through African eyes, 87-100; Anne Nasimiyu-Wasike, Polygamy: a feminist critique, 101-118; Judith Mbula Bahemuka, Social changes and women’s attitudes toward marriage in East Africa, 119-134; Lloyd Fanusie, Sexuality and women in African culture, 135-154; Bernadette Mbuy Beya, Human sexuality, marriage and prostitution, 155-179; Teresa M. Hinga, Jesus Christ and the liberation of women in Africa, 183-194; Anne Nachisale Musopole, Sexuality and religion in a matriarchal society, 195-205; R. Modupe Owanikin, The priesthood of Church women in the Nigerian context, 206-219; Teresa Okure, The will to arise: reflections on Luke 8:40-56, 221-230. [dagger] ONYINAH, Opoku. Contemporary <> in Africa, International Review of Mission 93 (370-371) 2004, 330-345. 217. [dagger] SHORTER, Aylward. Christian presence in a Muslim milieu: the missionaries of Africa in the Maghreb and the Sahara, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (4) 2004, 159-164. 218. [dagger] SUNDBERG, Carl. Christianity in dialogue with African history and culture, Swedish Missiological Themes 92 (3) 2004, 329-348. 219. See also nos. 51, 112, 129, 175, 188, 195, 227-8, 391. 08.02.00 AFRICAN THEOLOGIES [dagger] FERDINANDO, Keith. The legacy of Byang Kato, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (4) 2004, 169-174. 220. [dagger] FIEDLER, Klaus, Theologie im Lande von Hunger und Krankheit, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (3) 2004, 82-94. 221. [dagger] MADU, Jude Emeka. The message of Jesus in the African Church: a theological reflection in acculturation, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 283-294. 222. [dagger] MUNK, Hans J. Christlich-theologische Ethik in Afrika Johannes Messners Kulturethik in der Interpretation von B. Werle, Neue Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (3) 2004, 215-225. 223. [dagger] SSETTUUMA, Benedict. Mission as service to life: reflections from an African world view, Exchange 33 (2) 2004, 180-198. 224. [dagger] VOSLOO, Robert. Identity, otherness and the triune God: theological groundwork for a Christian ethic of hospitality, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 119, 2004, 69-89. 225. See also nos. 42, 134, 136, 204, 207, 216. 08.03.00 AFRICAN INDEPENDENT CHURCHES [dagger] BALZ, Heinrich. Kimbanguismus, quo vadis? Die Wissenschaftlichen Tage der Theologischen Fakultat der Kimbanguistenkirche in Kinshasa 22.-26. Juli 2002: Bericht und Versuch einer Deutung, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (2) 2004, 115-132. 226. [dagger] GIFFORD, Paul. Persistence and change in contemporary African religion, Social Compass 51 (2) 2004, 169-176. 227. [dagger] MWAURA, Philomena N. Unsung bearers of Good News: AIC women and the transformation of society in Africa, Journal of African Christian Thought 7 (1) 2004, 38-44. 228. See also nos. 46, 207, 229. 08.05.00 EAST AFRICA See nos. 213, 217. 08.06.00 NORTH AFRICA See no. 213. 08.08.00 SOUTHERN AFRICA See no. 46. 08.09.00 WEST AFRICA See nos. 187, 213. 08.11.00 POLITICAL UNITS 08.11.01 Algeria See no. 108. 08.11.02 Angola [dagger] GRENFELL, Jim. The Zombo Baptist Church in Angola: encountering cults and prophets in the pioneer period, 1900-1925, Baptist Quarterly 40 (7) 2004, 421-429. 229. 08.11.07 Burundi See no. 202. 08.11.15 Egypt [dagger] IBRAHIM, Mohammed Abdel Hamid. The political economy of poverty in Egypt, 1975-2000: a sociological perspective, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 15 (4) 469-495. 230. [dagger] MASSON, Jacques. Los Coptos: entre tradition y modernidad, Encuentro Islamo-Cristiano 390, 2004, 1-8. 231. 08.11.17 Ethiopia [dagger] KAPLAN, Steven. Themes and methods in the study of conversion in Ethiopia: a review essay, Journal of Religion in Africa 34 (3) 2004, 373-392. 232. See also no. 128. 08.11.20 Ghana [dagger] ADDO-FENING, Robert. From traditionalist to Christian evangelist and teacher: the religious itinerary and legacy of Emmanuel Yaw Boakye, 1834-1914, Journal of African Christian Thought 7 (2) 2004, 3-13. 233. [dagger] ASAMOAH-GYADU, J. Kwabena. <>: ecclesiology in Ghana’s new charismatic ministries, Journal of African Christian Thought 7 (1) 2004, 31-37. 234. [dagger] ATTA-BAFFOE, Victor R. Ancestral cult and the Church in Ghana, Studia Liturgica 34 (1) 2004, 122-129. 235. [dagger] CLAFFEY, Patrick. Ghana’s new Christianity, Verbum SVD 3 (45) 2004, 273-284. 236. On Ghana’s New Christianity: Pentecostalism in a globalising African economy / by Paul Gifford.–London: Hurst, 2003. [dagger] HUPPENBAUER, Hans Walter. Ein afrikanischer Friedensschluss aus dem Jahre 1870, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (2) 2004, 107-114. 237. [dagger] REESE, Ty M. <>: the slave trade and Anglican missionary activity at Cape Coast Castle, 1752-1816, Journal of Religion in Africa 34 (3) 2004, 348-372. 238. See also nos. 171, 207. 08.11.24 Kenya KIRIKA, Gerishon. The role of sacrifice in religion: models of sacrifice in Gikuyu religion. Nairobi: Faith Institute of Counselling, PO Box 28233. 239. With Old Testament parallels. [dagger] WAS, Adam. Aspects of Islamic education in Kenya, Verbum SVD 3 (45) 2004, 257-271. 240. 08.11.29 Malawi [dagger] HOKKANEN, Markku. Scottish missionaries and African healers: perceptions and relations in the Livingstonia Mission, 1875-1930, Journal of Religion in Africa 34 (3) 2004, 320-347. 241. [dagger] MULWAFU, Wapulumuku O. The interface of Christianity and conservation in colonial Malawi, c.1850-1930, Journal of Religion in Africa 34 (3) 2004, 298-319. 242. See also nos. 207, 221. 08.11.38 Nigeria [dagger] HACKETT, Rosalind I. J. Managing or manipulating religious conflict in the Nigerian media, In: Mediating Religion: Conversations in Media, Religion and Culture/edited by Jolyon Mitchell and Sophia Marriage.–London: T & T Clark, 2003 pp. 47-63. 243. [dagger] OLABIMTAN, Kehinde. Samuel Johnson (1846-1901) and Yoruba historical consciousness: discerning meaning and engaging reality in the nineteenth century, Journal of African Christian Thought 7 (1) 2004, 14-24. 244. [dagger] RUBENSTEIN, Mary-Jane. An Anglican crisis of comparison: intersections of race, gender, and religious authority, with particular reference to the Church of Nigeria, Journal of the American Academy of Religion 72 (2) 2004, 341-365. 245. [dagger] WARIBOKO, Waibinte E. I really cannot make Africa my home: West Indian missionaries as <> in the Church Missionary Society civilizing mission to southern Nigeria 1898-1925, Journal of African History 45 (2) 2004, 221-236. 246. See also no. 216. 08.11.40 Rwanda See no. 202. 08.11.44 Sierra Leone See no. 187. 08.11.46 South Africa [dagger] ANTHONY, David Henry. Max Yergan encounters South Africa: theological perspectives on race, Journal of Religion in Africa 34 (3) 2004, 235-265. 247. [dagger] BARRETT, Peter. The quest for a uniting vision in South Africa: a question of beauty, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 119, 2004, 15-31. 248. [dagger] CHAPMAN, Mark D. Pluralism and moral regeneration: building community in South African perspective, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 119, 2004, 4-14. 249. [dagger] DUNCAN, Graham A. A crisis in mission and unity: the closure of the Federal Theological Seminary of Southern Africa, Missionalia 32 (1) 2004, 39-67. 250. [dagger] GAITSKELL, Deborah. Crossing boundaries and building bridges: the Anglican Women’s Fellowship in post-apartheid South Africa, Journal of Religion in Africa 34 (3) 2004, 266-297. 251. [dagger] GERMOND, Paul. Sex in a globalizing world: the South African churches and the crisis of sexuality, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 119, 2004, 46-68. 252. KGATLA, S. T. <> a witch has no colour: witchcraft accusations in South Africa, Missionalia 32 (1) 2004, 84-101. 253. [dagger] KRITZINGER, J. J. Religious involvement of University of Pretoria campus students: results of an enquiry, Verbum et Ecclesia 25 (1) 2004, 102-124. 254. [dagger] MARITZ, P. J. Underlying influences in Ben Marais, 1909-1999, Verbum et Ecclesia 25 (1) 2005, 166-192. 255. [dagger] MULLER, R. War, religion, and white supremacy in comparative perspective: South Africa and the American South, Verbum et Ecclesia 25 (1) 2004, 193-216. 256. [dagger] RUTHER, Kirsten. <>: documents in the social and religious history of the Transvaal, 1860-1890, Journal of Religion in Africa 34 (3) 2004, 207-234. 257. [dagger] STAPLES, Russell L. My pilgrimage in mission, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (4) 2004, 165-168. 258. [dagger] VERSTER, Pieter, HANCKE, Frans. Common <> that deter mine the mission impact of the local church: results from an analytical study, Missionalia 32 (1) 2004, 102-120. 259. See also nos. 134, 194. 08.11.47 Sudan [dagger] OMAR, A. Rashied (Imam). A belated Muslim response to the humanitarian crisis in Darfur, Current Dialogue 43, 2004, 24-28. 260. Friday congregational sermon Islamic Society of Michiana, South Bend, Indiana, 23rd July 2004 See also no. 39. 08.11.49 Tanzania [dagger] BONDARENKO, Dmitri M. The <>: education, politics and Muslim-Chrsitian relations in contemporary Tanzania, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 15 (4) 443-468. 261. [dagger] WIJSEN, Frans. <> in Tanzania, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (9/10) 2004, 222-229. 262. 08.11.50 Togo [dagger] GREVELDING, Hans Gerd. Das Erzbistum Koln und seine Beziehung zur Katholischen Kirche in Togo in den Jahren 1888-1920, Verbum SVD 3 (45) 2004, 239-255. 263. 08.11.52 Uganda See no. 174. 08.11.55 Congo (formerly Zaire) [dagger] KITUMAINI, J.-M. V. L’agir socio-politique de Mgr Christophe Munzihirwa Bukavu, 1994-1996, R.D. Congo, Nouvelle Revue Theologique 126 (2) 2004, 204-217. 264. [dagger] YAMBA, Bandeja. Problemes etatiques, piete religieuse et memoire au Cougo-Zaire, Social Compass 49 (4) 2002, 583-600. 265. See also nos. 202, 226. 08.11.57 Zimbabwe See nos. 46, 258. 09.00.00 THE AMERICAS 09.01.00 AMERICAS IN GENERAL 09.02.00 AFRO-AMERICA [dagger] PINN, Anthony B. <<Black is, Black ain’t! Victor Anderson, African American theological thought, and identity, Dialog 43 (1) 2004, 54-62. 266. 09.03.00 ISLANDS OF THE AMERICAS 09.03.01 Caribbean in General See no. 246. 09.03.12 Jamaica [dagger] PROCTOR, J. H. Scottish missionaries and Jamaican slaveholders, Slavery and Abolition 25 (1) 2004, 51-70. 267. 09.04.00 LATIN AMERICA 09.04.01 Latin America in General [dagger] CLEARY, Edward L. Shopping around: questions about Latin American conversions, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (2) 2004, 50-54. 268. [dagger] CRUZ, Eduardo R. The future of the new world that was supposed to be, Dialog 43 (1) 2004, 34-36. 269. [dagger] FROEHLE, Bryan T., GAUTIER, Mary L. Latin American Catholicism, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (2) 2004, 68-69. 270. [dagger] KLAIBER, Jeffrey. The Jesuits in Latin America: legacy and current emphasis, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (2) 2004, 63-66. 271. [dagger] PALOMINO, Miguel A. Latino immigration in Europe: challenge and opportunity for mission, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (2) 2004, 55-58. 272. See also nos. 10, 46, 172. 09.04.02 Latin American Theologies [dagger] GORSKI, John F. Christology, inculturation, and their missiological implications: a Latin American perspective, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (2) 2004, 60-63. 273. 09.04.05 Argentina [dagger] ROGERS, Juan. Institutional failure, blind leadership and the blame-game national pastime: a case of Argentina, Transformation 21 (2) 2004, 129-137. 274. [dagger] SCANNONE, Juan Carlos. Die argentinische Krise und die Kirche, Stimmen der Zeit 129 (3) 2004, 183-195. 275. 09.04.07 Bolivia [dagger] BRACKNEY, William H. The legacy of Archibald B. Reekie, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (2) 2004, 79-82. 276. 09.04.08 Brazil [dagger] HANSON, Al. The economy of Brazil and the Brazilian Lutheran University: ULBRA influence on Brazil, Missio Apostolica 12 (2) 2004, 126-128. 277. [dagger] SOUZA, Mauro B. de. Lutheran preaching and the quest for humanization and planetary justice: a perspective from Brazil, Dialog 43 (4) 2004, 288-296. 278. 09.04.10 Colombia [dagger] SPIEGLER, Norbert. Auf die Kraft des Volkes bauen? Empowerment-Versuch in Armensiedlungen Barrancabermejas (Kolumbien), Neue Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (4) 2004, 287-322. 279. 09.04.12 Ecuador [dagger] MEIRA, Antonio Carlos de. Du desert est nee la fleur, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (9/10) 2004,213-218. 280. 09.04.18 Mexico See no. 291. 09.04.21 Paraguay [dagger] LIVI BACCI, Massimo. The missions of Paraguay: the demography of an experiment, Journal of Interdisciplinary History 35 (2) 2004, 185-224. 281. 09.04.22 Peru [dagger] HARTMAN, Jan. Verzoening in Peru van onderaf, Wereld en Zending 33 (3) 2004, 59-65. 282. [dagger] KLAIBER, Jeffrey. Peru’s Truth Commission and the churches, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (4) 2004, 178-179. 283. [dagger] MITCHELL, Bill. Text and context in southern Peru: Himnos Sagrados de los Andes, Bible Translator Technical Papers 55 (3) 2004, 375-389. 284. 09.05.00 NORTH AMERICA 09.05.01 North America in General [dagger] Nordamerika: Kirche und Mission, Jahrbuch Mission 2004, 1-304. 285. Frank Kurschner-Pelkmann, Nordamerika: Kirche und Mission, 7-26; Richard Bliese, Mission in Nordamerika, 27-43; Darrell L. Guder, Auf dem Weg zu einer missionarischen Kirche in den Vereinigten Staaten, 44-58; Jean-Claude Petit, Im Prozess der Erneuerung: Die katholische Kirche in Quebec, 59-72; Patricia A. Wagner, Geistliche Vielfalt leben: Eine methodistische Gemeinde am Scheideweg, 73-84; Mirco Kuhne, Wir sind Kirche: Erfahrungen eines Vikars in einer amerikanischen Kleinstadtgemeinde, 85-97; Ralph Carl Wushke und Katrin Gockenjan, Eine geist-volle Beziehung: Die Partnerschaft von Gemeinden in Toronto und Buer, 98-105; Gerhard Linn, Eine Brucke zwischen unierten Kirchen, 106-115; Leslie Carole Taylor, Thornville, Ohio: Ein Ort, an dem man sich entfalten kann, 116-126; Michael Stogre, Mission auf Manitoulin der <>, 127-138; Ulrich Fischer, Die <> in Chicago, 139-145; Paul Montacute, Kirche in der Vorstadt: Die Baptistengemeinde von Vienna, 146-150; D. Allen Tennison, Am Altar: Pfingstgemeinden in den Vereinigten Staaten, 151-161; Gerd Bruggemann, Ein Stuck Heimat in der Fremde: Die Deutsche Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Washington, 162-169; Gerdi Nutzel, Die Amerikanische Kirche in Berlin: Eine okumenische Heimat fur Menschen aus verschiedenen Nationen und Konfessionen, 170-180; Frieder Ludwig und Richard Bliese, <<Gott und Globalisierung, Tendenzen der theologischen Ausbildung in den Vereinigten Staaten, 181-193; Klaus Schiifer, Indianer und Neuheiden: Historische Erinnerungen an das Engagement deutscher Missionen in Nordamerika, 194-212; Ron O’Grady, Christentum und Kunst in Amerika, 215-223; George Mathew Nalunnakkal, Die Weltmissionskonferenz in Athen 2005, 224-228. 09.05.02 Native Americans See no. 391. 09.05.03 Canada [dagger] FULLER, W. Harold. The legacy of Leslie E. Maxwell, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (3) 2004, 126-131. 286. See also no. 285. 09.05.04 USA in General [dagger] BURGER, Jeanne. Lost in America: mission opportunities among refugees: a missiological research study, MissioApostolica 12 (2) 2004 72-79. 287. [dagger] FRANKLIN, R. William. The historical background of the current situation in the Episcopal Church in the United States as a contribution to our ecumenical dialogue, Centro Pro Unione 66, 2004, 3-8. 288. [dagger] KIM, Rebecca Y. Second-generation Korean American Evangelicals: ethnic, multiethnic, or white campus ministries, Sociology of Religion 65 (1) 2004, 19-34. 289. [dagger] LUNDSTEN, Barbara A. The legacy of Walter Rauschenbusch: a life informed by mission, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (2) 2004, 75-79. 290. [dagger] QUEVEDO-BOSCH, Juan. El Dia de Muertos in the Mexican migrant experience in New York City, Studia Liturgica 34 (1) 2004, 109-116. 291. See also nos. 256, 285. 10.00.00 ASIA 10.01.00 ASIA IN GENERAL [dagger] ANTONE, Hope S. The shape of Christian religious education in Asia, Religious Education 99 (1) 2004, 79-85. 292. [dagger] CHUNAKARA, Mathews George. Emerging geopolitical trends in Asia, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 412-462. 293. [dagger] EILERS, Franz-Josef. Evangelizing communication in the light of Ecclesia in Asia, Verbum SVD 45 (2) 2004, 129-145. 294. [dagger] KAVUNKAL, Jacob. Mission concepts and perspectives in the Asian context, Verbum SVD 45 (2) 2004, 115-127. 295. [dagger] MENAMPARAMPIL, Thomas. Murmurer l’Evanglile a l’ame asiatique, Perspectives Missionnaires 47 (1) 2004, 13-34. 296. [dagger] NG Kam Weng. Covenant politics and pluralist democracy for a new Asia: an Asian Christian social vision, Transformation 21 (2) 2004, 83-92. 297. See also nos. 116, 357. 10.02.00 ASIAN THEOLOGIES [dagger] ABESAMIS, Carlos. The essential Jesus, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 80 (844) 2004, 597-619. 298. [dagger] ALEAZ, K. P. Play and religion: indication of an interconnection, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (1) 2003, 50-66. 299. [dagger] CHAKKUVARACKAL, T. Johnson. Towards a Spirit-centred Biblical theology: the <> aspects of the Holy Spirit, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (1) 2003, 1-30. 300. [dagger] FEDERATION OF ASIAN BISHOPS’ CONFERENCES. Office of Social Communication. Bishops’ meet 2003: final statement, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 80 (841) 2004, 330-335. 301. [dagger] GEORGE, Joseph. Shame, guilt and the rites of reconciliation, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (2) 2003, 60-82. 302. [dagger] GOMES, Theotonius. Asian faces of Jesus: within the Islamic context of Asia, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 80 (843) 2004, 620-632. 303. [dagger] HOEFER, Herbert. Jesus, my master: <> Hindu Christian theology, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 5-10. 304. With response by Emil Chandran. [dagger] INDIAN THEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. Women’s concerns and Indian theological responses, Vidyajyoti 68 (9) 2004, 695-701. 305. [dagger] KAVUNKAL, Jacob. Mission of harmony and complementarity, SEDOS Bulletin 36 (9/10) 2004, 248-253. 306. [dagger] LAI Pan-chiu, SO Yuen-tai. Migration, theology and religious identity: Christianity and Chinese culture in the life and thought of Xu Songshi, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 320-339. 307. [dagger] LEE, K. Edwin. Dynamic eternity and historical space-time, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 37, 2004, 47-49. 308. English abstract. [dagger] NILES, Damayanthi M. A. Theology and ecumenical life in a global age: concerns, challenges and coalitions for a new generation, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 310-319. 309. [dagger] SAHAYADHAS, R. Christian theological hermeneutics in Asia: prospects and problems in constructing contextual theologies, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (1) 2003, 151-176. 310. [dagger] TAN, Jonathan Y. From <> to <>: 1, Vidyajyoti 68 (9) 2004, 670-686. 311. [dagger] TAN, Jonathan Y. Missio Inter Gentes: towards a new paradigm in the mission theology of the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conference (FABC), Mission Studies 21 (1) 2004, 65-95. 312. [dagger] WESLEY, Arun Kumar. What have the waters of Israel got to do with the rivers of Damascus? Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (1) 2003,31-49. 313. See also nos. 28, 36, 61, 92, 136, 149, 295, 334, 348. 10.04.00 MIDDLE EAST [dagger] CHRABIEH, Pamela. Dialogues islamochretiens contemporains clans les societes procheorientales: enjeux actuels et perspectives d’avenir, Studies in Religion 32 (3) 2003, 243-259. 314. [dagger] SHARKEY, Heather J. Arabic antimissionary treatises: a select annotated bibliography, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (3) 2004, 104-106. 315. [dagger] SHARKEY, Heather J. Arabic antimissionary treatises: Muslim responses to Christian evangelism in the modern Middle East, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (3) 2004, 98-104. 316. [dagger] SWANSON, Herb. Said’s Orientalism and the study of Christian missions, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (3) 2004, 107-112. 317. See also no. 111. 10.08.00 POLITICAL UNITS 10.08.10 China (People’s Republic) [dagger] AN Ximeng. A religion of love and a philosophy of struggle, Tripod 24 (132) 2004, 27-38. 318. [dagger] BARRY, Peter. An international conference on the Boxer Movement and Christianity in China: a report, Tripod 24 (134) 2004, 5-12. 319. [dagger] BRESCIANI, Umberto. A lesson from history: the Boxer Uprising, 1900, Tripod 24 (134) 2004, 36-38. 320. [dagger] CAMPS, Arnulf. Foreign missionaries and Chinese Catholic communities during the late Qing China, 1800-1860, Neue Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (4) 2004, 273-286. 321. [dagger] CHEN Cunfu. Impact of China’s economic development on Christian communities in Zhejiang Province, Tripod 24 (132) 2004, 5-17. 322. [dagger] CRIVELLER, Gianni. Christian studies in China, Tripod 24 (132) 2004, 39-48. 323. [dagger] CRIVELLER, Gianni. International symposium on Wu Li: painter, poet and Jesuit in the early Qing, Tripod 24 (132) 2004, 24-26. 324. [dagger] DOMENACH, Jean-Luc, SAVARD, Aime. China and the issue of Communism: Chinese transition and the future of China, excerpts from L’Asie et Nous, Tripod 24 (134) 2004, 39-51. 325. Jean-Luc Domenach interview with Aime Savard. [dagger] Enlarged statistics for China’s Catholic Church, 2004, Tripod 24 (134) 2004, 56.. 326. [dagger] GUO Xiao Ping, Matthias. Promoting the well-being of women: the contribution of women religious in China to societal developent, Tripod 24 (132) 2004, 18-23. 327. [dagger] HEYNDRICKX, Jeroom. The consecration of Bishop Peter Feng: an historic event! What is the part of Caesar, what the part of God? Tripod 24 (132) 2004, 49-53. 328. [dagger] HWA Yung. The Church in China today, Transformation 21 (2)2004, 126-128. 329. [dagger] KONG Kit-Fan. Status enhancement of Catholic women in a Chinese village, Ching Feng 4 (1) 2003, 79-98. 330. [dagger] KUPER, Kristin. Christian-inspired groups in the People’s Republic of China after 1978: reaction of state and party authorities, Social Compass 51 (2) 2004, 273-286. 331. [dagger] LEE, Archie C. C. Cross-textual reading strategy: a study of late Ming and early Qing Chinese Christian writings’, Ching Feng 4 (1) 2003, 1-27. 332. [dagger] LINDORFF, Joyce. Missionaries, keyboards and musical exchange in the Ming and Qing courts, Early Music 32 (3) 2004. 403-414. 333. [dagger] MEILI, Josef. Darstellung und Rezeption der Figur Jesu Christi in China: Zur Publikation R. Maleks <>, Neue Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft = Nouvelle Revue de Science Missionnaire 60 (3) 2004, 209-214. 334. [dagger] NG, Peter Tze Ming. An international conference on the Boxer Movement and Christianity in China: concluding remarks, Tripod 24 (134) 2004, 32-35. 335. PFISTER, Lauren F. Striving for <>, James Legge and the Scottish Protestant encounter with China: assessing confluences in Scottish Nonconformism, Chinese missionary scholarship, Victorian sinology, and Chinese Protestantism (Scottish Studies International; 34). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang 2004. 315, 443 pp. 3631509464. 336. [dagger] REINDERS, Eric Robert. Blessed are the meat eaters: Christian antivegetarianism and the missionary encounter with Chinese Buddhism, Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 12 (2) 2004, 509-537. 337. [dagger] SHAN, Paul. Acknowledging mistakes, clarifying misunderstandings: keynote address, Tripod 24 (134) 2004, 13-23. 338. TAVEIRNE, Patrick. Han-Mongol encounters and missionary endeavors: a history of Scheut in Ordos (Hetao) 1874-1911 (Leuven Chinese Studies; 15). Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2004. 684 pp.: ill. 9058673650. 339. [dagger] TICOZZI, Sergio. A glimpse at the faces of Christ in China today, Tripod 24 (134) 2004, 52-55. 340. [dagger] TONG, John. An international conference on the Boxer Movement and Christianity in China closing ceremony, Tripod 24 (134) 2004, 28-31. 341. [dagger] ZEN, Joseph Ze-Kiun. An international conference on the Boxer Movement and Christianity in China: opening ceremony, Tripod 24 (134) 2004, 24-27. 342. See also no. 46, 307. 10.08.14 Hong Kong [dagger] CHRISTIAN, Bob. Hong Kong International School: history and reflections, Missio Apostolica 12 (2) 2004, 120-125. 343. [dagger] MOK Chan Wing Yah. Christian drug rehabilitation in Hong Kong: issues in wholistic urban mission, Transformation 21 (2) 2004, 92 100. 344. 10.08.15 India [dagger] CHAKKUVARACKAL, T. Johnson. The Serampore mission and the linguistic renaissance in India, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (2) 2003, 123-140. 345. [dagger] D’SA, Thomas. The Church in India: in the emerging third millennium, Vidyajyoti 68 (10) 2004, 736-752. 346. [dagger] DUERKSEN, Darren. A missional ecclesiology for India: a Mennonite case study from Andhra Pradesh, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 21-39. 347. [dagger] GEORGE, Samuel. Kashmiriyat to Islamiyat: a theological response to the Kashmir struggle, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (1) 2003, 120-133. 348. [dagger] JAYAKUMAR, Samuel Dravidian religious traditions in the post-Christ era, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 55-68. 349. [dagger] SINGH, David Emmanuel. Hindu-Muslim violence in Gujarat and a profile of Christian mission, Bangalore Theological Forum 35 (1) 2003, 84-103. 350. [dagger] SNAITANG, O. L. From integration to disintegration: further enquiry on the role of Christianity in social change among the Hynniewtrep people of Meghalya, Dharma Deepika 8 (1) 2004, 47-53. 351. [dagger] SNAITANG, O. L. In search of a tribal history, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 398-411. 352. [dagger] SOCIETY OF THE DIVINE WORD. Conclusions of the Seminar on <> 16-19 February, 2003, Ishvani Kendra, Pune, Verbum SVD 45 (2) 2004, 205-213. 353. See also nos. 1, 26, 46, 48-9, 72, 102, 104, 143, 304-5. 10.08.17 Indonesia [dagger] NGELOW, Zakaria J. Traditional culture, Christianity and globalization in Indonesia: the case of Torajan Christians, Inter-Religio 45, 2004, 3-11. 354. [dagger] SAID, Nurman. Religion and cultural identity among the Bugis: a preliminary remark, Inter-Religio 45, 2004, 12-20. 355. [dagger] SIHOMBING, Batara. Batak and wealth: a critical study of materialism in the Batak churches in Indonesia, Mission Studies 21 (1) 2004, 9-37. 356. 10.08.21 Israel See no. 27, 128. 10.08.22 Japan [dagger] GRIFFITHS, Michael C. My pilgrimage in mission, International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28 (3) 2004, 122-125. 357. [dagger] HERSHBERGER, Emily. A neo-Anabaptist approach to missions: Ralph and Genevieve Buckwater and the Hokkaido Mennonite Church, 1949-1980, Mennonite Quarterly Review 78 (3) 2004, 385-414. 358. [dagger] KUNIL, Augustine. The veneration of ancestors in Japan, Studia Liturgica 34 (1) 2004, 117-121. 359. [dagger] TSUJIMURA Shinobu. The voices and the silence of contemporary religious leaders, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 28, 2004, 9-18. 360. [dagger] WATANABE Manabu. The American Academy of Religion and the Japanese Association for Religious Studies: a report on the <> at the 2003 AAR in Atlanta, Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 28, 2004, 37-50. 361. See also nos. 105, 191. 10.08.26 Korea (North and South) [dagger] IRAOLA, Antonio Eguiguren. Mission for social transformation: with a political thrust, Mission 11 (1) 2004. 73-100. 362. [dagger] KIM, Jung Han. Christianity and Korean culture: the reasons for the success of Christianity in Korea, Exchange 33 (2) 2004, 132-152. 363. See also nos. 28, 289. 10.08.33 Mongolia See no. 339. 10.08.37 Pakistan [dagger] O’BRIEN, John. Our presence to the world of Islam in Pakistan, Encounter: Documents for Muslim-Christian Understanding 307, 2004, 1-16. 364. First published in Islamochristiana 29, 2003. 10.08.39 Philippines [dagger] SANTIAGO, Luciano P. R. The fifth group of Filipino priests (1729-1736): the emergence of the first plebeian priests, Boletin Eclesiastico de Filipinas 80 (841) 2004, 252-282. 365. 10.08.43 Sri Lanka [dagger] EADIE, Donald. Peacemaking in Sri Lanka, Epworth Review 31 (2) 2004, 7-15. 366. 10.08.47 Thailand See no. 91, 362. 10.08.48 Turkey [dagger] VERHAREN, Cees J. Die turkische Kirche und die europaische Solidaritat, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (4) 2004, 141-145. 367. 11.00.00 EUROPE 11.01.00 EUROPE IN GENERAL [dagger] MOREE, Peter. Religie en conflict in Midden- en Oost-Europa, Wereld en Zending 33 (3) 2004, 66-74. 368. [dagger] ZORN, Jean-Francois. Un Dossier de Perspectives Missionnaires et Dieu dans tout ca? Apropos de la Constitution europeenne, Perspectives Missionnaires 47 (1) 2004,. 369. See also nos. 151, 272, 367. 11.02.00 EASTERN EUROPE [dagger] BOGOMILOVA, Nonka. Reflections on the contemporary religious <> religion, secularization, globalization, Religion in Eastern Europe 24 (4) 2004, 1-10. 370. [dagger] CORLEY, Felix. Eastern Europe: OSCE Conference on discrimination: a regional survey, Reliion in Eastern Europe 24 (5) 2004, 38-44. 371. OSCE = Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe. 11.07.00 POLITICAL UNITS 11.07.08 Bosnia-Hercegovina See no. 380. 11.07.12 Czech Republic [dagger] HALAMA, Jindrich. Faith and history: Hromadka’s public theology, Religion in Eastern Europe 24 (5) 2004, 15-37. 372. 11.07.18 France [dagger] BENKIRANE, Reda. What the Islamic veil unveils about French universalism, Current Dialogue 43, 2004, 49-51. 373. See also no. 46. 11.07.20 Germany [dagger] BECKER, Hildegard. Christen und Muslime in Deutschland, Stimmen der Zeit 129 (2) 2004, 138-141. 374. [dagger] BLOCHER, Detlef. Besonderheiten der deutschen evangelischen Missionsbewegung, Evangelikale Missiologie 20 (4) 2004, 132-140. 375. [dagger] KRAUSE, Burghard. Das Verstandnis von Bekehrung: Eine Perspektive der Missionarischen Dienste, Zeitschrift fur Mission 30 (3) 2004, 232-243. 376. [dagger] TROLL, Christian. Christian-Muslim relations in Germany, Encounter: Documents for Christian-Muslim Understanding 306, 2004, 1-27. 377. [dagger] WANKE, Joachim. Auskunftsfahiges Christentum: Uberlegungen zu einer missionarischen Prasenz der Kirche in Deutschland, Zeitschrift fur Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 88 (2) 2004, 174-181. 378. See also no. 263. 11.07.25 Hungary [dagger] FABINY, Tibor. Theologies of Church government in the Hungarian Lutheran Church during Communism, 1945-1990, Religion in Eastern Europe 24 (4) 2004, 11-29. 379. 11.07.28 Italy See no. 191. 11.07.33 Macedonia MOJZES, Paul (ed.), SWIDLER, Leonard (ed.), JUSTENHOVEN, Heinz-Gerhard (ed.). Interreligous dialogue toward reconciliation in Macedonia and Bosnia. Philadelphia: Ecumenical Press, 2003. 0931214076. 380. Contents. Mojzes and Swidler, Preface, 1-2; Paul Mojzes, How interreligious dialogue can contribute to a brighter future for Macedonia, 3-6; Boris Trajkovski, Opening remarks by His Excellency Boris Trajkovski, President of the Republic of Macedonia, 7; Miroslav Volf, Living with the <>, 8-25; Asghar Ali Engineer, Da’wah or dialogue?, 26-31; Mehmet S. Aydin, The religious contribution to developing shared values and peace, 32-38; Lewis John Eron, A response to Mehmet Aydin, 39-41; David Little, Religious and civic nationalism: a response to Mehmet Aydin, 42-46; Reuven Firestone, Argue, for God’s sake–or, a Jewish argument for argument, 47-57; Aslam Syed, A Muslim contribution to confidence building, 58-61; Ratomir Grozdanoski, The Church and the religious communities following the war conflict and unrest, 62-63; Jovan Takovski, A dialogue for trust: presentation of the Macedonian Orthodox Church, 64-65; Ismail Bardhi, Islamic humanism: a foundation for interreligious dialogue, 66-72; Kiro Stojanov, Dialogue based on the foundations that connect us: a contribution towards strengthening relations among the churches and religious communities in Macedonia, 73-75; Mihail Cekov, Building trust among the churches and religious communities in Macedonia through dialogue, 76-79; Paul Mojzes and Leonard Swidler, Common elements of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, 80-81; Paul Mojzes, The role of religious leaders in times of conflict in multinational and multireligious societies: a contribution toward interreligious dialogue in Macedonia, 82-86; Alan Race, Religion: the missing element in dialogue, 87-95; Aco Aleksandar Girevski, Patience as a precondition for peace and tolerance, 96-99; El Hassan bin Talal, Nurturing a culture of dialogue: a journey from violence to cooperation, 100-102; Filo Hirota, A dialogue experience of a Japanese Catholic, 103-104; George C. Papademetriou, Recent patriarchal encyclicals on religious tolerance and peaceful coexistence, 105-109; Leonard Swidler, Whence and whether Islam?, 110-111; [Conference] Press release, 112; Heinz-Gerhard Justenhoven, Foreword to Part 2, 113-114; Paul Mojzes, Religiously inspired reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina: introductory remarks, 115-118; Vladimir Zelinsky, The theological and spiritual aspects of reconciliation in an Orthodox key, 119-131; R. Scott Appleby, Toward a theology and praxis of reconciliation, 132-140; Mahmut Aydin, Reconciliation in Islamic theology, 141-150; Stephen R. Goodwin, Fractured land, healing nations: religious barriers and contributions toward reconciliation in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina, 151-164; Damjan de Krnjevic-Miskovic, Reconciliation in Bosnia and the phenomenology of a little people: the Serbs, Europe, and the liberation of our reconciled future liberty, 165-180; Mato Zovkic, Reconciliation in Bosnia-Herzegovina in the prospective of its Catholic inhabitants, 181-185; Adnan Silajdzic, But, there is no other way: reconciliation among Muslims, Serbian Orthodox, and Catholics–an Islamic view, 186-192; Viola Pugell, Work at the JAJCE Youth Center: concrete civilian peace service, 193-198; Ajsa Babacic, Goran Bulajic, Stephanie van de Loo, A second glance at working for reconciliation: Pax Christi’s work in Banja Luka and Zenica, 199-209; Vjekoslav Saje, The Center for Religious Dialogue: activities and future steps regarding the dialogue between different religious communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 210-212. [dagger] PAYTON, James R. Advice from St. Maximos Confessor for contemporary Macedonians, Religion in Eastern Europe 24 (5) 2004, 1-14. 381. 11.07.48 Spain [dagger] HALE, Frederick. The Spanish Gospel Mission: its origins and response to the Spanish Civil War, Baptist Quarterly 40 (3) 2003, 152-172. 382. 11.07.52 United Kingdom [dagger] LAMBKIN, Brian. Geschiedenisles in dienst van verzoening op geintegreerde scholen in Noord-Ierland, Wereld en Zending 33 (3) 2004, 34-42. 383. [dagger] STRAIN, David. Church planting in today’s Scotland: a theological rationale, Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 22 (1) 2004, 92-115. 384. See also nos. 53, 89, 122, 124, 241, 267, 336, 11.07.53 USSR [dagger] WONG, Bernard K. W. The Russian Orthodox Church under the Khrushchev regime, China Graduate School of Theology Journal 37, 2004, 210-213. 385. English abstract. 12.00.00 OCEANIA 12.01.00 OCEANIA IN GENERAL [dagger] JOHNSON-HILL, Kelly. Dance and worship in the Pacific Islands: a comparative study of implications for an emerging ecumenical consciousness, Asia Journal of Theology 18 (2) 2004, 362-373. 386. See also nos. 46, 133, 394. 12.01.01 Pacific Theologies See no. 398. 12.05.00 POLITICAL UNITS 12.05.01 Australia [dagger] AUSTIN-BROOS, Diane. The meaning of Pepe: God’s law and the Western Arrernte, Journal of Religious History 27 (3) 2003, 311-328. 387. [dagger] BROCK, Peggy. Two indigenous evangelists: Moses Tjalkabota and Arthur Wellington Clah, Journal of Religious History 27 (3) 2004, 348-366. 388. [dagger] GIROLA, Stefano. Motivations of Catholic missionaries working with Australian Aborigines, Australasian Psychiatry 11 Supplement 1, 2004, 24-28. 389. [dagger] MAGOWAN, Fiona. <>: mediating ontologies of faith and fear in Aboriginal Christianity, Journal of Religious History 27 (3) 2003, 293-310. 390. [dagger] RANGER, Terence. Christianity and indigenous peoples: a personal overview, Journal of Religious History 27 (3) 2003, 255-271. 391. [dagger] VAN GENT, Jacqueline. Changing concepts of embodiment and illness among the Western Arrernte at Hermannsburg Mission, Journal of Religious History 27 (3) 2003, 329-347. 392. See also no. 49. 12.05.03 Fiji [dagger] HOARE, Frank. A pastoral approach to spirit possession and witchcraft manifestations among the Fijian people, Mission Studies 21 (1) 2004, 113-137. 393. 12.05.15 New Zealand [dagger] WRIGHT, T. John. Historical consciousness and patterns of engagement: lessons learnt in the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia, Journal of African Christian Thought 7 (1) 2004, 45-60. 394. 12.05.17 Papua New Guinea [dagger] BARKER, John. Christian bodies: dialectics of sickness and salvation among the Maisin of Papua New Guinea, Journal of Religious History 27 (3) 2003, 272-293. 395. [dagger] FITZGERALD, Tanya. <>, Journal of Pacific History 39 (2) 2004, 147-161. 396. On CMS women missionaries in New Zealand. [dagger] FOUNTAIN, Philip M. Christianity, calamity, and culture: the involvement of Christian churches in the 1998 Aitape Tsunami disaster relief, Contemporary Pacific 16 (2) 2004, 321-355. 397. [dagger] MAWENE, Marthinus Th. Christ and theology of liberation in Papua, Exchange 33 (2) 2004, 153-179. 398. [dagger] MUNDHENK, Norm. Who is God in Papua New Guinea? Bible Translator Practical Papers 55 (2) 2004, 215-227. 399.

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