Series: Studia Missionalia Svecana

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"Den andra omvändelsen" : från svensk mission till afrikanska samfund på Örebromissionens arbetsfält i Centralafrika 1914-1962 by Göran Janzon
Beyond the forestline : the life and letters of Bengt Sundkler by marja-liisa swantz
Gender, race and religion : Nordic missions 1860-1940 by Inger Marie Okkenhaug
Le mouvement pentecôtiste - une communauté alternative au sud du Burundi, 1935-1960 by Gunilla Nyberg Oskarsson
Pastor in the shadow of violence : Gustavo Gutiérrez as a public pastoral theologian in Peru in the 1980s and 1990s by Olle Kristenson
Ruth Rouse Among Students: Global, Missiological, and Ecumenical Perspectives (Studia Missionalia Svecana,)
The vulnerable power of worship : a study of a power approach to contextualization in Christian mission by Mats Rydinger
Wåra swarta bröder ; Representationer av religioner och människor i Evangeliska fosterlandsstiftelsens Missions-Tidning, 1877-1890 by Robert Odén

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