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Series: Regnum Studies in Mission

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Theology And Identity (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Kwame Bediako1992
Mangoes or Bananas by Hwa Yung1997
Seeking the Asian Face of Jesus by Chris Sugden1997
Paradigm Wars (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Keith Eitel2000
Beyond Fragmentation: Integrating Mission and Theological Education by Bernhard Ott2001
Christology in Dialogue with Muslims: A Critical Analysis of Christian Presentations of Christ for Muslims from the Ninth and Twentieth Centuries (Regnum Studies in Mission) by I. Mark Beaumont2005
The Churches and Ethnic Ideology in the Rwandan Crises 1900-1994 (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Tharcisse Gatwa2005
Leadership Expectations: How Executive Expectations are Created and Used in a Non-profit Setting (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Gene Early2005
Mission Possible: Biblical Strategies for Reaching the Lost (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Julie C. Ma2005
Three seasons of charismatic leadership : a literary-critical and theological interpretation of the narrative of Saul, David and Solomon by Tamás Czövek2006
Christianity and Cultures: Shaping Christian Thinking in Context [Regnum Studies in Mission]2008
Nigeria's Christian revolution : the civil war revival and its Pentecostal progeny, 1967-2006 by Richard Burgess2008
Transformation after Lausanne : radical evangelical mission in global-local perspective by Al Tizon2008
Mission to the World: Communicating the Gospel in the 21st Century - Essays in Honour of Knud Jorgensen (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Tormod Engelsviken2009
Mission in the Spirit: Towards a Pentecostal/Charismatic Missiology (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Julie C. Ma2010
Odwira and the Gospel: A Study of the Asante Odwira Festival and Its Significance for Christianity in Ghana (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Frank Kwesi Adams2010
Asian and Pentecostal : the charismatic face of Christianity in Asia by Allan Anderson2011
Korean Diaspora and Christian Mission: (Regnum Studies in Mission) by S. Hun Kim2011
Leadership and Authority: Bula Matari and Life-Community Ecclesiology in Congo (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Titre Ande2011
Strategy Coordinator: Changing the Course of Southern Baptist Missions (Regnum Studies in Mission) by R. Bruce Carlton2011
Picking Up the Pieces: The Church and Conflict Resolution in South Africa and Rwanda (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Samuel Cyuma2012
Proclaiming the Peacemaker: The Malaysian Church as an Agent of Reconciliation in a Multicultural Society (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Peter Rowan2012
Culture Change in Ethiopia - An Evangelical Perspective by Alemayehu Mekonnen2013
Culture Change in Ethiopia: An Evangelical Perspective (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Alemayehu Mekonnen2013
From This World to the Next: Christian Identity and Funerary Rites in Nepal (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Bal Krishna Sharma2013
Diakonia as Christian Social Practice: An Introduction (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Stephanie Dietrich2014
Mission as Transformation: A Theology of the Whole Gospel (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Vinay Kumar Samuel2014
Stopping the Traffick: A Christian Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking (Regnum Studies in Mission) by Glenn Miles2014
Socialism and Development in Ethiopia - A Critical Examination of the Military Regime's Socialist Agricultural Program by Makonen Getu.2015

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