List from All Articles and Interweavings containing the tag christian
Rev Leinamau Seru, Presbyterian Church of Vanuatu, gave this paper at the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference in Fiji, June 2017, exploring the significance of Sunday Schools in Vanuatu.
Dr Muthuraj Swamy, MTA Continental Editor for Asia and a MTA Sabbatical Scholar, gave this seminar, 'Indian Christian Responses to Anti-Conversion in India: An Assessment and Some Proposals' on 22nd in Durham and on 16th March at Lambeth Palace.
Foundations of Protestant Christianity: The Roots of Anglicanism in Colonial Coastal Andhra: Madras Presidency, India
Dr. Santha Varikoti- Jetty
This article by Dr Santha Varikoti-Jetty, looks at 'Foundations of Protestant Christianity:The Roots of Anglicanism in Colonial Coastal Andhra: Madras Presidency, India.' This is the first article by Dr Varikoti-Jetty looking at this subject.
A paper from the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference in Bangalore, October 2016 by Dr Muthuraj Swamy.
Revd Dr Sidney Green
Following on from Frederick W Schmidt's aricle on the ways music contributes to our spritual lives, the Revd Dr Sidney Green ponders 'What is 'good' Christian music?'
An earlier form of much of this article was previously published as a chapter in 'Music for the Parish’, Sidney Green and Gordon Ogilvie, Grove Books, Nottingham, UK, 1974.
Rev. Dr. Ruomin Liu
Chinese Protestantism is the most rapidly growing form of Christianity of our time: each year about one million adults are baptized as new members of the registered Protestant church, now counting over 30 million members. And this is only one side of the story: there are also thousands of non-registered congregations, the so-called home or house churches, which account for another over 30 million members, demonstrating the same growth rate of one million baptized adults every year. Every day a new congregation is established in China. In this article, Prof. Dr. Miikka Ruokanen, in cooperation with Dr. Liu Ruomin and Dr. Chen Yongtao look at this phenomenon and its theology.
Reproduced with the permission of Dr. Liu Ruomin and John Wiley and Sons.
Natalie Collins reviews a powerful book from theologian and author Elaine Storkey. 'Scars Across Humanity' considers the problem of violence against women on a global scale.
A Seminar of the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project, delivered by The Revd Dr Wonsuk Ma at Lambeth Palace, 12th February 2016.
This paper will also be given at St Chad's, Durham University, on 24th February 2016, 7:00pm. For more details, please see this page.
The Revd Canon Hassan John
A review of 'Discipling the Church: A Study of Christian Education in the Anglican Church of Myanmar' by Saw Maung Doe, General Secretary of the Church of the Province of Myanmar. Review by The Revd Canon Hassan John.
Inaugural Seminar of the Mission Theology project at Lambeth Palace, presented on 20 October 2015
A cursory look at African Christianity reveals at least two conspicuous phenomena. The first of these is the sustained exponential growth of Christianity within a relatively short period of time, with numbers growing from about 10 million in 1900 to just over half a billion in 2015. An equally noticeable phenomenon is the diversity of the different forms of Christian practices and teachings in Africa to the extent that it may be more accurate to see it as Christianities rather than Christianity.
Reflections on the life, work, quotations and influence of Owen Chadwick, doyen of British historians and Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge, for 27 years.