This issue identifies several priority issues in Christian mission, exploring each of them through two lenses. The first lens is the development of the School of Intercultural Studies of Fuller Theological Seminary over the last half-century; the second is the contemporary shift of global Christianity.
50 Years and Counting of Innovation in Mission
This Month's Articles
Missiological research is more urgent than ever as we move further into the 21st century. The Center for Missiological Research (CMR) is devoted to supporting and furthering the most innovative and rigorous research in this burgeoning and complex field, in anticipation of the coming reign of God.
SWM/SIS has had a direct impact on Christian missiology—both Protestant and Roman Catholic—and there are innovations within that. In this article, Dr. Steven Bevans reflects on the relationships between Catholic missiology and Fuller’s innovations.
Dr. J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu presents the case that it is now impossible to talk about Christianity without Africa, and impossible to talk about Africa without Christianity.
Dr. Wonsuk Ma considers the challenges of any school remaining a thought leader, especially in the reshaping of mission thinking and practice, while training the mission practitioners.