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Global Missiology is a quarterly publication of contributions from international researchers, practitioners and scholars who have a global perspective.

Vol 2, No 16 (2019): ETIC ANALYSES

Missiology must utilize both cultural insiders' emic viewpoints and outsiders' etic insights. This issue contains four etic analyses of a panoply of topics focused on four different intercultural subjects.

Table of Contents

Issue Editorial

Etic Analyses - by J. Nelson Jennings DOC PDF HTML
 

Contextualization

An Evaluation of “Holy Yoga” as a Contextualized Strategy for Reaching Hindus - by Poon Chui King and Kenneth Nehrbass DOC PDF HTML
 
Theological Education for or from Native Americans? My Anthropological Journey - by David Beine DOC PDF HTML
 

Diaspora Studies

God's Work Among, and Through, Immigrants and Refugees in Korea - by J. Nelson Jennings DOC PDF HTML
 

Historical Studies

Language and Translation in China’s Historical Protestant Missions: Sharing the Word(s) of God in the Far East - by James W. Ellis DOC PDF HTML
 


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