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2010Boston : the changing contours of world mission and Christianity /
edited by Todd M. Johnson, Rodney L. Petersen, Gina A. Bellofatto, and Travis L. Myers.
imprint
Eugene, Oregon : Pickwick Publications, c2012.
description
xxvi, 357 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
1610972651 (pbk.), 9781610972659 (pbk.)
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imprint
Eugene, Oregon : Pickwick Publications, c2012.
isbn
1610972651 (pbk.)
9781610972659 (pbk.)
contents note
The demographics of world mission and Christianity, 1910-2010 / Todd M. Johnson -- Boston, students, and missions from 1810 to 2010 / Dana L. Robert -- From Boston to the whole world: twentieth-century North American Roman Catholic missions and the "Antioch agenda" / Angelyn Dries -- Discerning the future of world Christianity: vision and blindness at the World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910 / Brian Stanley -- Journey to the center of gravity: Christian mission one century after Edinburgh 1910 / Athanasios Papathanasiou -- Mission and interreligious dialogue: Edinburgh, Vatican II, and beyond / Peter C. Phan -- Wooden boxes and latticed windows: Christian confession and post-colonizing mission / Ruth Padilla DeBorst -- Finding the seventh story / Brian D. McLaren -- Theological education and mission in Euro-American institutions of higher learning: a non-Western reflection / Daniel Jeyaraj -- The student paper workshops of 2010Boston / Travis L. Myers -- "From among her own children": African-Americans and the evangelization of Africa in the nineteenth century / Mary Cloutier -- Disciples in mission: evangelization, liberation, and a "theology of neighbor" / Marcus C. Mescher -- Do-it-yourself missions: the rise of independent faith-based organizations and the changing contours of missions / Eva Pascal -- Methodist Border Friendship Commission: a case study / Lisa Beth White -- A preliminary study of symbiotic mission through floral beauty / Megumi Yoshida -- 2010Boston from the student perspective / Gina Bellofatto -- Tokyo 2010: global mission consultation / Allen Yeh -- Lausanne III: a success? / LouAnn Stropoli -- Witnessing for Christ today: Christian mission beyond Edinburgh 2010 / Kapya John Koama -- The eight themes of 2010Boston / Rodney L. Petersen.
catalogue key
8308126
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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In November 2010, three hundred faculty, students, and others interested in Christian mission gathered in Boston to consider how the world, the global church, and Christian missions have changed since the World Missionary Conference in Edinburgh in 1910 and to reflect on the three previous centennial conferences (Tokyo 2010 in May, Edinburgh 2010 in June, and Cape Town 2010 in October). Participants at "2010Boston" were not delegates from churches and mission agencies, but were students and scholars of various aspects of world Christianity representing the Anglican/Episcopal, Evangelical, mainline Protestant, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic traditions. This conference volume consists of nine keynote messages, five student presentations, three reports from the other conferences, and additional materials from or about 2010Boston. The keynote messages address the history of mission (especially in and from Boston) and the current global context for mission, and suggest modes for future Christian engagement with the world and one another. Student papers address such conference themes as unity in mission, mission and postcolonialism, and discipleship in context. The closing chapter surveys the conference's eight themes and summarizes the outcomes of the 2010Boston process.

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