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American Society of Missiology Dissertation Series
As the ecumenical professional association for mission studies in North America, the American Society of Missiology includes more than 600 academicians, mission agency executives and missionaries in a unique fellowship of scholarship and mission. It seeks to: 1. Promote the scholarly study of theological, historical, social and practical questions relating to the missionary dimension of the Christian church. 2. Relate studies in Missiology to the other scholarly disciplines. 3. Promote fellowship and cooperation among individuals and institutions engaged in activities and studies related to Missiology. 4. Facilitate mutual assistance and exchange of information among those thus engaged. 5. Encourage research and publication in the study of Christian missions.
Theology in Japan: Takakura Tokutaro (1885-1934)
NELSON J. JENNINGS
Amer Society For Missiology • January 2005 • Monograph
African Christian God-Talk: Matthew Ajuoga's Johera Narrative
GEORGE F. PICKENS
Amer Society For Missiology • August 2004 • Monograph
The Word Made Flesh: Towards an Incarnational Missiology
ROSS LANGMEAD
Amer Society For Missiology • August 2004 • Monograph
The Fundamentalist Movement among Protestant Missionaries in China, 1920-1937
KEVIN XIYI YAO
Amer Society For Missiology • December 2003 • Monograph
Conversion, Identity, and Power: The Impact of Christianity on Power Relationships and Social Exchanges
SUE A. RUSSELL
Amer Society For Missiology • July 1999 • Monograph
Vernacular Christianity Among the Mulia Dani: An Ethnography of Religious Belief Among the Western Dani of Irian Jaya, Indonesia.
DOUGLAS JAMES HAYWARD
UPA • July 1997 • Monograph