Journal

Closely related to the Centre is the peer-reviewed journal Studies in World Christianity. The journal promotes creative thinking and lively scholarly interchange in the interpretation of all aspects of Christianity as a world religion. It includes articles from historical, theological, and social scientific perspectives. Whilst the primary interest of the journal is in the rich diversity of Christian life and thought found in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Oceania, and eastern Europe, its contributions also reflect on channels of influence in either direction between Christianity in the majority world and western Europe or North American.

Across more than a quarter of a century, Studies in World Christianity has become the pioneering journal in the study of world Christianity. Below is a listing of the articles published over this history, which can be searched using the field below:

Author Title Iss Year
Andrew Walls Christianity in the non-western world: a study in the serial nature of Christian expansion 1.1 1995
J. Ian H. McDonald Interpreting the New Testament in the light of Jewish-Christian dialogue today 1.1 1995
John Polkinghorne The new natural theology 1.1 1995
Kwame Bediako The significance of modern African Christianity -a manifesto 1.1 1995
Edmond Tang Theology and context in East Asia – China, Japan, Korea 1.1 1995
Zhuo Xinping Original Sin in the East-West Dialogue -a Chinese View 1.1 1995
R. S. Sugirtharajah Jesus in Saffron Robes?: The ‘Other’ Jesus whom Recent Biographers Forget 1.2 1995
Martyn Percy Christ the Healer: Modern Healing Movements and the Imperative of Praxis for the Poor 1.2 1995
Edmond Tang The Cosmic Christ — the search for a Chinese theology 1.2 1995
Marcella Althaus-Reid Do Not Stop the Flow of My Blood: A Critical Christology of hope amongst Latin American women 1.2 1995
Marc R. Nikkel The Cross of Bor Dinka Christians: a working Christology in face of displacement and death. 1.2 1995
James P. Mackey Christianity and Cultures; Theology, Science and the Science of Religion 2.1 1996
Stephen Buckland Culture and Religion as Text 2.1 1996
M. F. C. Bourdillon On the Theology of Anthropology: a response to Stephen Buckland 2.1 1996
James L. Cox The Classification ‘Primal Religions’ as a Non-Empirical Christian Theological Construct 2.1 1996
David H. Turner Aboriginal Religion as World Religion: an Assessment 2.1 1996
Gregory Baum Paul Tillich on Socialism and Nationalism 2.1 1996
T. Jack Thompson Re-membering the Body: Discovering History as a Healing Art 2.2 1996
Allan K. Davidson The Interaction of Missionary and Colonial Christianity in Nineteenth Century New Zealand 2.2 1996
Dong-Kun Kim Korean Minjung Theology in History and Mission 2.2 1996
A. F. Walls African Christianity in the History of Religions 2.2 1996
Stewart J. Brown An Eighteenth-Century Historian on the Amerindians: Culture, Colonialism and Christianity in William Robertson’s History of America 2.2 1996
J. Ian H. McDonald The Crucible of Pauline Ethics 3.1 1997
D. B. Walters Marriage and Christianity: reflections on the persistence of secular marriage law in European Christianity 3.1 1997
Sung-Hae Kim A Christian Social Ethos of Woman in the Confucian and Taoist Culture of East Asia 3.1 1997
Domingo Llanque Chana Ritual and the Christian Life of Andean People 3.1 1997
Ruth Page God, Natural Evil and the Ecological Crisis 3.1 1997
Yusufu Turaki The Social-Political Context of Christian-Muslim Encounter in Northern Nigeria 3.2 1997
Akintunde E. Akinade The Enduring Legacy: Christian-Muslim Encounter in Yorubaland 3.2 1997
Marsha Snulligan Haney Issues of Contextualisation: Challenges for African American Christians and Muslims 3.2 1997
Mitri Raheb Contextualising the Scripture: Towards a New Understanding of the Qur’an – an Arab-Christian Perspective 3.2 1997
Robert Hunt Christian Theological Reflection and Education in the Muslim Societies of Malaysia and Indonesia 3.2 1997
John A. Titaley Theological Education in the Pancasila Society of Indonesia 3.2 1997
Josef Estermann APY TAYTAYKU: Theological Implications of Andean Thought 4.1 1998
Andrew Canessa Evangelical Protestantism in the Northern Highlands of Bolivia 4.1 1998
Mark R. Mullins What About the Ancestors? Some Japanese Christian Responses to Protestant Individualism 4.1 1998
G. W. Trompf Does God Requite in History? Comments on a Theme in World Christianity 4.1 1998
Michael McGhee After Dover Beach: Arnold’s Recast Religion 4.1 1998
T. L. S. Sprigge The God of the Philosophers: Faith and Reason 4.2 1998
David Cockburn Self, World and God in Spinoza and Weil 4.2 1998
Ananda Wood Objective Pictures and Impersonal Knowledge 4.2 1998
Probal Dasgupta Turning Baggageless Travel into an Absolute: Some Difficulties 4.2 1998
Stephen R. L. Clark The Goals of Goodness 4.2 1998
Peter Tze Ming Ng Secularisation or Modernisation: Teaching Christianity in China Since the 1920s 5.1 1999
Pan-Chiu Lai Hong Kong Christians’ Attitudes Towards Chinese Religions: A Critical Review 5.1 1999
Sathianathan Clarke The Jesus of Nineteenth Century Indian Christian Theology: An Indian Inculturation with Continuing Problems and Prospects 5.1 1999
Michael McGhee Drawing From Life: Representing a Spiritual Tradition 5.1 1999
Fiona Bowie The Inculturation Debate in Africa 5.1 1999
Michael Prior The Bible and the Redeeming Idea of Colonialism 5.2 1999
Rachel A. Rakotonirina Power and Knowledge in Mission Historiography: A Postcolonial Approach to Martyrological Texts on Madagascar 1837–1937 5.2 1999
Fernando F. Segovia Postcolonial and Diasporic Criticism in Biblical Studies: Focus, Parameters, Relevance 5.2 1999
Sharada Sugirtharajah Virtuous Christians, Vicious Hindus: A Postcolonial Look at William Ward and his Hinduism 5.2 1999
Musa W. Dube Searching for the Lost Needle: Double Colonization & Postcolonial African Feminisms 5.2 1999
R.S. Sugirtharajah Postcolonialism and Indian Christian Theology 5.2 1999
Tharcisse Gatwa Mission and Belgian Colonial Anthropology in Rwanda. Why the Churches Stood Accused in the 1994 Tragedy? What Next? 6.1 2000
Joseph E. Bush Land and Communal Faith: Methodist Belief and Ritual in Fifi 6.1 2000
Joseph S. O’Leary Conventions and Ultimacy in Japanese Religion: A Challenge to Christian Theology 6.1 2000
Afe Adogame Doing Things with Water: Water as a Symbol of ‘Life’ and ‘Power’ in the Celestial Church of Christ (CCC) 6.1 2000
Frank Whaling Scripture and Its Meanings: A Comparative Perspective Scriptures as Texts – Or More 6.1 2000
David A. Kerr Muhammad: Prophet of Liberation – a Christian Perspective from Political Theology 6.2 2000
Robert Cook Alternative and Complementary Theologies: the Case of Cosmic Energy with special reference to Chi 6.2 2000
James L. Cox Spirit Mediums in Zimbabwe: Religious Experience in and on Behalf of the Community 6.2 2000
James P. Mackey The Creator, the Scientist and the End of the World: new options for conversations between science and theology 6.2 2000
John D’Arcy May Strange Encounters: On Transcending Violence by Transcending Difference 6.2 2000
John McIntyre The Uses of History in Theology (In honour of A.C. Cheyne) 7.1 2001
Guanghu He Religious Studies in China, 1978–1999 – And Their Connection with Political and Social Circumstances 7.1 2001
Zhuo Xinping Religion and Morality in Contemporary China 7.1 2001
Sung-Deuk Oak Shamanistic Tan’gun and Christian Hanaănim: Protestant Missionaries’ Interpretation of the Korean Founding Myth, 1895–1934 7.1 2001
Simeon O. Ilesanmi Political and Moral Responsibility of Religion in Africa 7.1 2001
Ezra Chitando Fact and Fiction: Images of Missionaries in Zimbabwean Literature 7.1 2001
Daren Kemp The Christaquarians? A Sociology of Christians in the New Age 7.1 2001
Kosuke Koyama Ecce Homo, Ecce Dharma: On the Right Use of Religions 7.2 2001
Aruna Gnanadason Jesus and the Asian Woman: A post-colonial look at the Syro-Phoenician woman/Canaanite woman from an Indian perspective 7.2 2001
Kenneth Fleming The Crossing of Two Ways: An Overview of the Asia Christian Encounter with Buddhism 7.2 2001
Elom Dovlo; Samuel Sondah Singing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land: Christianity among Liberian Refugees in Ghana 7.2 2001
Pan-Chiu Lai Chinese Culture and the Development of Chinese Christian Theology 7.2 2001
Marcella Althaus-Reid In Memoriam Dr Maria Teresa Porcile Santiso: The beginning of her Gran Viaje 7.2 2001
Naim Ateek Suicide Bombers: What Is Theologically and Morally Wrong with Suicide Bombings? A Palestinian Christian Perspective 8.1 2002
Lamin Sanneh Sacred Truth and Secular Agency: Separate Immunity or Double Jeopardy? Sharí’ah, Nigeria, and Interfaith Prospects 8.1 2002
Lalsangkima Pachuau Engaging the ‘Other’ in a Pluralistic World: Toward a Subaltern Hermeneutics of Christian Mission 8.1 2002
David Kerr Christianity and Islam: ‘Clash of Civilizations’ or ‘Community of Reconciliation’? Questions for Christian–Muslim Studies 8.1 2002
Elizabeth Koepping Spiritual Representation, Priests, and the Borneo Villager 8.1 2002
Wong Man Kong The China Factor and Protestant Christianity in Hong Kong: Reflections from Historical Perspectives 8.1 2002
Nick Wyatt What Has Ugarit to Do with Jerusalem? 8.1 2002
Sr Mary John Mananzan Church-State Relationships During Martial Law in the Philippines 1972–1986 8.2 2002
Lap Yan Kung What to Preach? Christian Witness in China, with Reference to the Party’s Policy of Mutual Accommodation 8.2 2002
Sr Mary John Mananzan Church, State, and Establishment in the United Kingdom 8.2 2002
Thu En Yu The Church’s Ministry of Nation Building and National Integration in Malaysia 8.2 2002
Jooseop Keum Church, Minjung, and State: The Revival of Protestant Christianity in North Korea 8.2 2002
Pablo Andiñach In Defence of Life 8.2 2002
Dr Bob Robinson Lesslie Newbigin and the Christian-Hindu Encounter: A Principled Ambivalence 8.2 2002
Martín Hugo Córdova Quero Building up Ancestors in Argentinian Popular Culture: The Cases of Santa Gilda and el Angel Rodrigo 9.1 2003
Lung-Kwong Lo The Nature of the Issue of Ancestral Worship among Chinese Christians 9.1 2003
James N. Amanze Christianity and Ancestor Veneration in Botswana 9.1 2003
Naoko Komuro Christianity and Ancestor Worship in Japan 9.1 2003
James L. Cox Contemporary Shamanism in Global Contexts: ‘Religious’ Appeals to an Archaic Tradition? 9.1 2003
William P. Russell ‘Time Also Moves Backwards’: John Mbiti’s Traditional Concept of Time and the Future of World Christianity 9.1 2003
Kyo Seong Ahn Christian Mission and Mongolian Identity: The Religious, Cultural, and Political Context 9.1 2003
Lillian Craig Harris Loss and Identity Crisis: Muslim and Christian Sudanese Women in Dialogue 9.2 2003
Stephen R. Goodwin From UN Safe Havens to Sacred Spaces: Contributions of Religious Sodalities to Peace Building and Reconciliation in Post-War Bosnia and Herzegovina 9.2 2003
Helen Bond Paul, the Corinthians, and Reconciliation 9.2 2003
Derick Wilson Living through Chaos, Seeking the Gaps, and Creating Spaces for Learning: Learning for a Change in Northern Ireland 9.2 2003
Duncan Maclaren Reconciliation: Linking Spirituality with Development 9.2 2003
Robert Kaggwa Is Reconciliation the New Model for Mission? Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide and Conflicts in the Great Lakes Region of Africa 9.2 2003
Perry Schmidt-Leukel Buddhism and Christianity: Antagonistic or Complementary? 9.2 2003
Clive Pearson Telling Tales: Following the Hyphenated Jesus-Christ 10.1 2004
Afe Adogame Contesting the Ambivalences of Modernity in a Global Context: The Redeemed Christian Church of God, North America 10.1 2004
Benjamin Simon ‘So in Christ We Who Are Many Form One Body.’ The Ecumenical Spirit of African Christians Living in a German Context from the Beginnings up to the Twenty-first Century 10.1 2004
Seforosa Carroll Weaving New Spaces: Christological Perspectives from Oceania (Pacific) and the Oceanic Diaspora 10.1 2004
Jehu J. Hanciles Beyond Christendom: African Migration and Transformations in Global Christianity 10.1 2004
Gil-Soo Han Korean Christianity in Multicultural Australia: Is It Dialogical or Segregating Koreans? 10.1 2004
Fuk-tsang Ying; Pan-chiu Lai Diasporic Chinese Communities and Protestantism in Hong Kong During the 1950s 10.1 2004
Philomena Njeri Mwaura African Instituted Churches in East Africa 10.2 2004
Roger E. Hedlund Indian Expressions of Indigenous Christianity 10.2 2004
Obed Kealotswe The Rise of the African Independent Churches and Their Present Life in Botswana. Who are the African Independent Churches (AICs): Historical background 10.2 2004
Joseph Suico Pentecostal Churches in the Philippines 10.2 2004
Deji Isaac Ayegboyin ‘Heal the Sick and Cast out Demons’: The Response of the Aladura 10.2 2004
Patrizia Granziera From Coatlicue to Guadalupe: The Image of the Great Mother in Mexico 10.2 2004
J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu Anointing Through the Screen: Neo-Pentecostalism and Televised Christianity in Ghana 11.1 2005
Sham P. Thomas; Jolyon P. Mitchell Understanding Television and Christianity in Marthoma Homes, South India 11.1 2005
Dennis A. Smith; Leonildo Silveira Campos Christianity and Television in Guatemala and Brazil: The Pentecostal Experience 11.1 2005
Howard Davis Mediating Religion in Post-Soviet Russia: Orthodoxy and National Identity in Broadcasting 11.1 2005
Yam Chi-Keung Engagement in Television by Protestant Christians in Hong Kong 11.1 2005
Jin Kyu Park ‘Are You Christian? I’m the Other’: The Demarcation of Christianity and the Other in Popular Korean Television 11.1 2005
Stewart M. Hoover Islands in the Global Stream: Television, Religion and Geographic Integration 11.1 2005
Kim Yong-Bock The Land as the Garden of Life 11.2 2005
Ezra Chitando The Sacred Remnant? Church Land in Zimbabwe’s Fast Track Resettlement Programme 11.2 2005
Vassilis Adrahtas Perceptions of Land in Indigenous Australian Christian Texts 11.2 2005
Mark Butler; Graham Philpott Land in South Africa: Gift for all or Commodity for a few? 11.2 2005
Simon Shui-Man Kwan From Indigenization to Contextualization: a Change in Discursive Practice rather than a Shift in Paradigm 11.2 2005
Siu Chau Lee Towards a Theology of Church-State Relations in Contemporary Chinese Context 11.2 2005
Knut Lundby Transforming Faith-based Education in the Church of Norway: Mediation of Religious Traditions and Practices in Digital Environments 12.1 2006
Xu Yihua St John’s University, Shanghai as an Evangelising Agency 12.1 2006
Samson Prabhakar Religious Education in Indian Contexts 12.1 2006
Elizabeth Koepping Hunting with the Head: Borneo Villagers Negotiating Exclusivist Religion 12.1 2006
Jaci Maraschin; Frederico Pieper Pires The Lord’s Song in the Brazilian Land 12.2 2006
Galia Sabar; Shlomit Kanari ‘I’m singing my way up’: the significance of Music amongst African Christian migrants in Israel 12.2 2006
Cyprian Love Glenstal Abbey, Music and The Liturgical Movement 12.2 2006
Abamfo Atiemo ‘Singing with Understanding’: the Story of Gospel Music in Ghana 12.2 2006
Peter Tze Ming Ng The Necessity of the Particular in the Globalisation of Christianity: the case of China 12.2 2006
Frank Makoro Caring for the Orphans in South Africa 12.3 2006
Bernardo Monteiro De Castro; Dagmar Silva Pinto De Castro; Renata Maria Coimbra Libório; RosâNgela Francischini The Child and Adolescent Statute (ECA) and the Construction of a New Democratic and Citizen Culture as an Instrument for the Confrontation of Violence Against Children and Adolescents – a Brief Report of the Brazilian Position 12.3 2006
Don Akhilomen Addressing Child Abuse in Southern Nigeria: The Role of the Church 12.3 2006
I. John Mohan Razu ‘Let Them Come’ – ‘Let Them Work’: Receiving/Using Children in a Globalised World 12.3 2006
Pan-Chiu Lai Sino-Theology, the Bible and the Christian Tradition 12.3 2006
Bolaj Olukemi Bateye Forging Identities: Women as Participants and Leaders in the Church among the Yoruba 13.1 2007
Leonie B. Liveris Women, Leadership and the Orthodox Church in Australia: Always Second, Secondary or Seconded 13.1 2007
Evangeline Anderson-Rajkumar Practicing Gender Justice as a Faith Mandate in India 13.1 2007
Thelma Makoro The Political Emancipation of Women in South Africa and the Challenge to Leadership in the Churches 13.1 2007
Monodeep Daniel Models of Leadership in the Indian Church: An Evaluation 13.1 2007
George Olusola Ajibade New Wine in Old Cups: Postcolonial Performance of Christian Music in Yorùbá Land 13.2 2007
Janice McLean Make a Joyful Noise unto the Lord: Music and Songs within Pentecostal West Indian Immigrant Religious Communities in Diaspora 13.2 2007
Margaret Gecaga The Plight of the African Child: Reflections on the Response of the Church 13.2 2007
Lovemore Togarasei Images of Jesus among Christian Women in Harare 13.2 2007
Jonathan D. James; Brian P. Shoesmith Masala McGospel: A Case Study of CBN’s Solutions Programme in India 13.2 2007
Kirsteen Kim Ethereal Christianity: Reading Korean Mega-Church Websites 13.3 2007
J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu ‘“Get on the Internet!” Says the LORD’: Religion, Cyberspace and Christianity in Contemporary Africa 13.3 2007
Tim Hutchings Creating Church Online: A Case-Study Approach to Religious Experience 13.3 2007
Heidi Campbell; Patricia Calderon The Question of Christian Community Online: The Case of the ‘Artist World Network’ 13.3 2007
Peter Horsfield; Paul Teusner A Mediated Religion: Historical Perspectives on Christianity and the Internet 13.3 2007
Cláudio Carvalhaes ‘Gimme de kneebone bent’: Liturgics, Dance, Resistance and a Hermeneutics of the Knees 14.1 2008
Kelly Johnson-Hill Inner Exhilaration and Speaking Truth through Metaphor: An Exploration of the Theological Significance of Māfana and Heliaki in Tongan Dance 14.1 2008
Andreas Heuser ‘He dances like Isaiah Shembe!’ Ritual Aesthetics as a Marker of Church Difference 14.1 2008
Damaris Seleina Parsitau Sounds of Change and Reform: The Appropriation of Gospel Music and Dance in Political Discourses in Kenya 14.1 2008
Peter Tze Ming Ng Timothy Richard: Christian Attitudes towards Other Religions and Cultures 14.1 2008
Peter Malone From Conflict to Reconciliation in World Cinema 14.2 2008
Dwight Friesen Showing Compassion and Suggesting Peace in Karunamayudu, an Indian Jesus Film 14.2 2008
Jolyon Mitchell Portraying Religion and Peace in Russian Film 14.2 2008
Alina Birzache In Search of Cinematic Holy Foolishness as a Form of Orthodox Peacemaking 14.2 2008
Milja Radovic Resisting the Ideology of Violence in 1990s Serbian Film 14.2 2008
Sergey Filatov Orthodoxy in Russia: Post-atheist Faith 14.3 2008
Matthias Frenz Reflecting Christianity in Depictions of Islam: the Representation of Muslims in the Reports of the Early Royal Danish Mission at Tarangambadi, India 14.3 2008
Plamen Sivov The Church as an Agent of Community Development in Bulgaria 14.3 2008
Filip Ivanovic Ancient Glory and New Mission: the Serbian Orthodox Church 14.3 2008
Carol Gallagher Native Americans: Remembrance, Reconciliation and Restoration 14.3 2008
David Tonghou Ngong Salvation and Materialism in African Theology 15.1 2009
Simon Shui-Man Kwan Theological Indigenisation as Anti-Colonialist Resistance: A Chinese Conception of the Christian God as a Case Study 15.1 2009
Lovemore Togarasei The Shona Bible and the Politics of Bible Translation 15.1 2009
Anri Morimoto Contextualised and Cumulative: Tradition, Orthodoxy and Identity from the Perspective of Asian Theology 15.1 2009
Lap Yan Kung Love Your Enemies: A Theology for Aliens in Their Native Land: The Chin in Myanmar 15.1 2009
Jolyon Mitchell New Directions in the Study of Film and Religion 15.2 2009
Yam Chi-Keung Projecting Christian Faith on the Hong Kong Screen 15.2 2009
Katrien Pype Historical Routes Towards Religious Television Fiction in Post-Mobutu Kinshasa 15.2 2009
Jolyon Mitchell Decolonising Religion in African Film 15.2 2009
Árni Svanur Daníelsson From State Officials to Teddy Bears: A Study of the Image of Pastors in Selected Nordic Films 15.2 2009
Emily Manthei Beyond the Visible: The Images of Wim Wenders 15.2 2009
Marcella Althaus-Reid: A Tribute 15.3 2009
Christine Chaillot The Life and Situation of the Coptic Orthodox Church Today 15.3 2009
Riad Mofarrij Renewal in the Antiochian Orthodox Church in Lebanon 15.3 2009
Emma Loosley After the Ottomans: The Renewal of the Syrian Orthodox Church in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries1 15.3 2009
Fuad Farah Orthodox Christianity in the Holy Land 15.3 2009
John Whooley The Armenian Apostolic Church in Armenia. The Question of Renewal 15.3 2009
Leonard Marsh Whose Holy Land? 15.3 2009
Nicholas Kamau-Goro African Culture and the Language of Nationalist Imagination: The Reconfiguration of Christianity in Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’s The River Between and Weep Not Child 16.1 2010
Mariam K. Deme The Supernatural in African Epic Traditions as a Reflection of the Religious Beliefs of African Societies 16.1 2010
J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu ‘The Evil You Have Done Can Ruin the Whole Clan’: African Cosmology, Community, and Christianity in Achebe’s Things Fall Apart 16.1 2010
Michael Perry Kweku Okyerefo Christianising Africa: A Portrait by Two African Novelists 16.1 2010
Jane E. Soothill The Problem with ‘Women’s Empowerment’: Female Religiosity in Ghana’s Charismatic Churches 16.1 2010
Mrinalini Sebastian Vamps and Villains or Citizen-Subjects? Converting a Third-Person Self-Conception of the Indian Christians into a First-Person Narrative 16.2 2010
Eunice Kamaara Towards Christian National Identity in Africa: A Historical Perspective to the Challenge of Ethnicity to the Church in Kenya 16.2 2010
Liu Yi From Christian Aliens to Chinese Citizens: The National Identity of Chinese Christians in the Twentieth Century 16.2 2010
Dodeye U. Williams Dimensions in the Construction of National Identity in Nigeria 16.2 2010
Angel Santiago-Vendrell Richard Shaull and the Struggle for the Identity of the WSCF 16.2 2010
Saad Michael Saad The Contemporary Life of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United States 16.3 2010
Baby Varghese Renewal in the Malankara Orthodox Church, India 16.3 2010
G. P. Makris The Greek Orthodox Church and Africa: Missions between the Light of Universalism and the Shadow of Nationalism 16.3 2010
John Takahashi The Beginning of the Orthodox Church in Japan: The Long-Lasting Legacy of Saint Nicholai 16.3 2010
Stephen Hayes Orthodox Diaspora and Mission in South Africa 16.3 2010
Michelle Sungshin Lim Adversity and Advance: The Experience of the Orthodox Church of Korea 16.3 2010
Joachim Persoon The Planting of the Tabot on European Soil: The Trajectory of Ethiopian Orthodox Involvement with the European Continent 16.3 2010
Darío López Rodríguez The God of Life and the Spirit of Life: The Social and Political Dimension of Life in the Spirit 17.1 2011
Francis Machingura The Significance of Glossolalia in the Apostolic Faith Mission, Zimbabwe 17.1 2011
Cephas N. Omenyo Man of God Prophesy Unto Me: The Prophetic Phenomenon in African Christianity 17.1 2011
Jacob D. Dodson Gifted for Change: The Evolving Vision for Tongues, Prophecy, and Other Charisms in American Pentecostal Churches 17.1 2011
Brian Stanley Edinburgh and World Christianity 17.1 2011
Afe Adogame Professor Alexander Alistair Kee: A TRIBUTE! 17.2 2011
Kelly J. Baker Getting Rapture Ready: The Materiality of the Rapture in North America 17.2 2011
Oksana Victoria Luka On Western Ukrainian Iconographic Practice 17.2 2011
Ryan Torma; Paul Emerson Teusner iReligion 17.2 2011
Stephen Garner Morningside for Life!: Contextual Theology Meets Animated Television in bro’Town 17.2 2011
Peter Horsfield; Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu What is it about the Book? Semantic and Material Dimensions in the Mediation of the Word of God 17.2 2011
Anri Morimoto Asian Theology in the Ablative Case 17.3 2011
Tobias Brandner Trying to Make Sense of History: Chinese Christian Traditions of Countercultural Belief and their Theological and Political Interpretation of Past and Present History 17.3 2011
Lap Yan Kung The Trinity, the Church, and China’s Harmonious Society: A Politics of Persuasion 17.3 2011
Anderson H. M. Jeremiah Dalit Christians in India: Reflections from the ‘Broken Middle’ 17.3 2011
Elijah Obinna Bridging the Divide: The Legacies of Mary Slessor, ‘Queen’ of Calabar, Nigeria 17.3 2011
Deanna Ferree Womack Lubnani, Libanais, Lebanese: Missionary Education, Language Policy and Identity Formation in Modern Lebanon 18.1 2012
Terry Lautz Christian Higher Education in China: The Life of Francis C. M. Wei 18.1 2012
Dyron Daughrity Bishop Stephen Neill, the IMC and the State of African Theological Education in 1950 18.1 2012
Jan Bender Shetler Historical Memory and Expanding Social Networks of Mennonite Mission School Women, Mara Region, Tanzania, 1938 to the Present 18.1 2012
J. J. Carney ‘Far from having unity, we are tending towards total disunity’: The Catholic Major Seminary in Rwanda, 1950–62 18.1 2012
David W. Kim What Shall I Read? How Korean Christians in Diaspora Read the Hebrew Canon 18.2 2012
Emma Wild-Wood Powerful Words: Reading the Diary of a Ganda Priest 18.2 2012
Duncan Fisher; Jolyon Mitchell Portraying Forgiveness through Documentary Film 18.2 2012
Pum Za Mang Burman, Burmanisation and Betrayal 18.2 2012
Francis Khek Gee Lim Mediating Christianity in Contemporary Asia 18.2 2012
R. G. Tiedemann Protestant Revivals in China with Particular Reference to Shandong Province 18.3 2012
Daryl R. Ireland Becoming Modern Women: Creating a New Female Identity through John Sung’s Evangelistic Teams 18.3 2012
Jason Bruner Public Confession and the Moral Universe of the East African Revival 18.3 2012
Sung-Deuk Oak Major Protestant Revivals in Korea, 1903–35 18.3 2012
Rebecca Y. Kim; Sharon Kim Revival and Renewal: Korean American Protestants beyond Immigrant Enclaves 18.3 2012
Retief Müller Historiography and Cross-cultural Research into African Indigenous Christianity (AIC): A Challenge to Human Dignity 19.1 2013
James L. Cox A Response to Retief Müller 19.1 2013
Vicki L. Brennan ‘Up Above the River Jordan’: Hymns and Historical Consciousness in the Cherubim and Seraphim Churches of Nigeria 19.1 2013
Cephas N. Omenyo; Wonderful Adjei Arthur The Bible Says! Neo-Prophetic Hermeneutics in Africa 19.1 2013
Adam Clark Against Invisibility: Negritude and the Awakening of the African Voice in Theology 19.1 2013
Babatunde Adedibu Origin, Migration, Globalisation and the Missionary Encounter of Britain’s Black Majority Churches 19.1 2013
Alexander Chow The East Asian Rediscovery of ‘Sin’ 19.2 2013
Nico Vorster Christianity and Secularisation in South Africa: Probing the Possible Link between Modernisation and Secularisation 19.2 2013
J. N. K. Mugambi Missionary Presence in Interreligious Encounters and Relationships 19.2 2013
Yvonne Haddad Good Copt, Bad Copt: Competing Narratives on Coptic Identity in Egypt and the United States 19.3 2013
Francis Machingura ‘A woman should learn in quietness and full submission’ (1 Timothy 2: 11): Empowering Women in the Fight against Masculine Readings of Biblical Texts and a Chauvinistic African Culture in the Face of HIV and AIDS 19.3 2013
Elizabeth Koepping Spousal Violence among Christians: Taiwan, South Australia and Ghana 19.3 2013
Paul Grant Dying German in Ghana: The Basel Mission Wrestles with Grief, 1830–1918 20.1 2014
Michèle Miller Sigg Carrying Living Water for the Healing of God’s People: Women Leaders in the Fifohazana Revival and the Reformed Church in Madagascar 20.1 2014
Marina Ngursangzeli Behera Mizo Beliefs and the Christian Gospel: Their Interaction with Reference to the Concepts of Health and Healing 20.1 2014
Bill McCoy Leprosy, Piety and Identity: The Mbuluzi Leprosy Hospital as Informal Pilgrimage Site, 1948–82 20.1 2014
J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu Therapeutic Strategies in African Religions: Health, Herbal Medicines and Indigenous Christian Spirituality 20.1 2014
Enrico Beltramini Can One Person Belong to Two Faiths? The Experience of Three Catholic Monks 20.2 2014
Carl S. Kilcourse Son of God, Brother of Jesus: Interpreting the Theological Claims of the Chinese Revolutionary Hong Xiuquan 20.2 2014
Kwok Wai Luen The Christ-human and Jia Yuming’s Doctrine of Sanctification: A Case Study in the Confucianisation of Chinese Fundamentalist Christianity 20.2 2014
Ian J. Shaw What Has Glasgow to Do with Nairobi? The Churches and Rapid Urban Growth in Twentieth-Century Nairobi: A Comparison with Nineteenth-Century Glasgow 20.2 2014
Philip Dorroll Christian Polemic and the Nature of the Sensual: Depicting Islam in Arabic Christian Theology 20.3 2014
Ankur Barua Interreligious Dialogue, Comparative Theology and the Alterity of Hindu Thought 20.3 2014
Paul P. Mariani China’s ‘Christian General’ Feng Yuxiang, the Evangelist Jonathan Goforth and the Changde Revival of 1919 20.3 2014
Adriaan van Klinken Homosexuality, Politics and Pentecostal Nationalism in Zambia 20.3 2014
Alice T. Ott The ‘Peculiar Case’ of Betsey Stockton: Gender, Race and the Role of an Assistant Missionary to the Sandwich Islands (1822–1825) 21.1 2015
Joanne Davis Family Trees: Roots and Branches – The Dynasty and Legacy of the Reverend Tiyo Soga 21.1 2015
Elizabeth Underwood Enlisting the Family in Missions to Korea 21.1 2015
Gloria S. Tseng Bathsheba as an Object Lesson: Gender, Modernity and Biblical Examples in Wang Mingdao’s Sermons and Writings 21.1 2015
Andrew E. Barnes ‘Making Good Wives and Mothers’: The African Education Group and Missionary Reactions to the Phelps Stokes Reports 21.1 2015
Ole Jakob Løland The Position of the Biblical Canon in Brazil: From Catholic Rediscovery to Neo-Pentecostal Marginalisation 21.2 2015
Toomas Gross Religion and Respeto: The Role and Value of Respect in Social Relations in Rural Oaxaca 21.2 2015
Aminta Arrington Christian Hymns as Theological Mediator: The Lisu of South-west China and Their Music 21.2 2015
Todd Statham Teetotalism in Malawian Protestantism: Missionary Origins, African Appropriation 21.2 2015
Frieder Ludwig Football, Culture and Religion: Varieties of Interaction 21.3 2015
Andrew Parker; Nick J. Watson Sport, Celebrity and Religion: Christianity, Morality and the Tebow Phenomenon 21.3 2015
J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu Christianity and Sports: Religious Functionaries and Charismatic Prophets in Ghana Soccer 21.3 2015
Nick J. Watson; Andrew Parker The Mystical and Sublime in Extreme Sports: Experiences of Psychological Well-Being or Christian Revelation? 21.3 2015
Eva M. Pascal Buddhist Monks and Christian Friars: Religious and Cultural Exchange in the Making of Buddhism 22.1 2016
Deanna Ferree Womack Images of Islam: American Missionary and Arab Perspectives 22.1 2016
K. Kale Yu Korea’s Confucian Culture of Learning as a Gateway to Christianity: Protestant Missions in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries 22.1 2016
Maud Michaud The Missionary and the Anthropologist: The Intellectual Friendship and Scientific Collaboration of the Reverend John Roscoe (CMS) and James G. Frazer, 1896–1932 22.1 2016
Stephanie Marie Wong A Society Apart: Rural Chinese Catholics and the Historiography of ‘Otherness’ 22.2 2016
Danny Hsu Contextualising ‘Sin’ in Chinese Culture: A Historian’s Perspective 22.2 2016
David Woodbridge Watchman Nee, Chinese Christianity and the Global Search for the Primitive Church 22.2 2016
Pum Za Mang Buddhist Nationalism and Burmese Christianity 22.2 2016
Andrew F. Walls Eschatology and the Western Missionary Movement 22.3 2016
Alexander Chow Eschatology and World Christianity 22.3 2016
Emily Dunn Reincarnated Religion? The Eschatology of the Church of Almighty God in Comparative Perspective 22.3 2016
Josiah Baker Native American Contributions to a Christian Theology of Space 22.3 2016
Arun W. Jones Indian Christians and the Appropriation of Western Civilisation in the Nineteenth Century 23.1 2017
Marina Xiaojing Wang The Evolution of the Ecumenical Vision in the Early Twentieth-Century Chinese Context: A Case Study of the Church of Christ in China (1927–1937) 23.1 2017
Chris White Appropriating Christian History in Fujian: Red Tourism Meets the Cross 23.1 2017
T. Jack Thompson Religion and Mythology in the Chilembwe Rising of 1915 in Nyasaland and the Easter Rising of 1916 in Ireland: Preparing for the End Times? 23.1 2017
Jesse Zink Women and Religion in Sudan’s Civil War: Singing through Conflict 23.1 2017
Jackson Wu If We Say Chinese Have No Sin, We Deceive Ourselves: A Rejoinder to Hsu’s ‘Contextualising “Sin” in Chinese Culture’ 23.1 2017
Danny Hsu Much Ado About Nothing? A Reply to Jackson Wu 23.1 2017
Michel Chambon The Action of Christian Buildings on their Chinese Environment 23.2 2017
Xinzi Rao Revisiting Chinese-ness: A Transcultural Exploration of Chinese Christians in Germany 23.2 2017
Shiun-wey Huang Deprivation, Compensation and Religion: The Rise and Fall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Han Chinese Dominant Chishang Township, Eastern Taiwan 23.2 2017
Ximian Xu The Sage of Sages: T. C. Chao’s Christology in Yesu Zhuan 23.2 2017
Frederick J. Glover Friends, Foes and Partners: The Relationship between the Canadian Missionaries and Korean Christians in North-eastern Korea and Manchuria from 1898 until 1927 23.3 2017
David Killingray Transatlantic Networks of Early African Pentecostalism: The Role of Thomas Brem Wilson, 1901–1929 23.3 2017
Joseph Bosco Bangura Charismatic Movements, State Relations and Public Governance in Sierra Leone 23.3 2017
Victor Thasiah Prophetic Pedagogy: Critically Engaging Public Officials in Rwanda 23.3 2017
Ciprian Burlacioiu Russian Orthodox Diaspora as a Global Religion after 1918 24.1 2018
Abraham Nana Opare Kwakye Returning African Christians in Mission to the Gold Coast 24.1 2018
Tim Geysbeek From Sasstown to Zaria: Tom Coffee and the Kru Origins of the Soudan Interior Mission, 1893–1895 24.1 2018
Retief Müller War, Exilic Pilgrimage and Mission: South Africa’s Dutch Reformed Church in the Early Twentieth Century 24.1 2018
Brian Stanley In memoriam: Dr T. Jack Thompson (1943–2017) 24.1 2018
Zexi (Jesse) Sun Translating the Christian Moral Message: Reading Liang Fa’s Good Words to Admonish the Age in the Tradition of Morality Books 24.2 2018
Gary McKee Benjamin Bailey and the Call for the Conversion of an Ancient Christian Church in India 24.2 2018
Alice T. Ott The ‘Faithful Deacon’ and the ‘Good Layman’: The First Converts of the UMCA and Their Responses to Mission Christianity 24.2 2018
Daewon Moon Testimony and Fellowship for a Continuous Conversion in the East African Revival 24.2 2018
Pum Za Mang The Politics of Religious Conversion among the Ethnic Chin in Burma 24.3 2018
Anna Hager The Orthodox Issue in Jordan: The Struggle for an Arab and Orthodox Identity 24.3 2018
Wai Luen Kwok Seeking Justice in the Midst of War: The Experience of War for Chinese Christians as Revealed in The True Light Review, 1937–1941 24.3 2018
Liam Miller Christification of the Least: Potential for Christology and Discipleship 24.3 2018
Corey L. Williams Chrislam, Accommodation and the Politics of Religious Bricolage in Nigeria 25.1 2019
Deanna Ferree Womack Syrian Christians and Arab-Islamic Identity: Expressions of Belonging in the Ottoman Empire and America 25.1 2019
Briana Wong Buddhist-Christians in Cambodian America 25.1 2019
Raimundo C. Barreto Brazil’s Black Christianity and the Counter-hegemonic Production of Knowledge in World Christianity 25.1 2019
Kenneth Ofula ‘The River Between’: Negotiating Dual Identities in the Anglican Churches of Kenya 25.1 2019
Geoffrey Troughton Scripture, Piety and the Practice of Peace in Nineteenth-Century New Zealand Missions 25.2 2019
Alan M. Guenther Ghazals, Bhajans and Hymns: Hindustani Christian Music in Nineteenth-Century North India 25.2 2019
María Eugenia Cornou Formative Worship ‘at the End of the World’: The Worship Practices of Methodists, Baptists and Plymouth Brethren in the Emergence of Protestantism in Argentina, 1867–1930 25.2 2019
Edward Allen The Form and Function of Prayer in the Student Volunteer Movement, 1886–1914 25.2 2019
Aminta Arrington From Missionary Translation to Local Theological Inquiry: A Narrative History of the Lisu Bible 25.2 2019
Mark McLeister Worship, Technology and Identity: A Deaf Protestant Congregation in Urban China 25.2 2019
Andrew F. Walls In Memoriam: Professor Lamin O. Sanneh (1942–2019) 25.2 2019
Valentina Ciciliot The Origins of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in the United States: Early Developments in Indiana and Michigan and the Reactions of the Ecclesiastical Authorities 25.3 2019
John Maiden The Emergence of Catholic Charismatic Renewal ‘in a Country’: Australia and Transnational Catholic Charismatic Renewal 25.3 2019
Thao Nguyen Resistance, Negotiation and Development: The Roman Catholic Church in Vietnam, 1954–2010 25.3 2019
Jennifer Snow The Christian Home in Missional Transition 25.3 2019
Soojin Chung Mother of Transracial Adoption: Pearl Buck’s Special Needs Adoption and American Self-criticism 25.3 2019
Elizabeth S. Marteijn The Politics of Interpretation: Understanding Biblical History in Palestinian Rural Culture 26.1 2020
Sun Yong Lee Protestant ‘Indian Mission’ Work in Guatemala from a Woman Missionary’s Perspective: Dora Burgess (1887–1962) 26.1 2020
Yucheng Bai God’s Model Citizen: The Citizenship Education Movement of the YMCA and Its Political Legacy 26.1 2020
Daniel Qin Samuel Lamb’s Exhortation Regarding Eternal Rewards: A Socio-Political Perspective 26.1 2020
Christian J. Anderson World Christianity, ‘World Religions’ and the Challenge of Insider Movements 26.1 2020