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The roots of the INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN OF MISSIONARY RESEARCH stretch back to 1928, when Charles H.
Askew ably analyzed the first two meetings in articles published in the International Bulletin of Missionary Research in 1994 and 2000.
50 Paperback BV3625 Hardage, whose writing has appeared in Christianity Today and International Bulletin of Missionary Research, recalls the life of Mary Slessor, a pioneering missionary in Nigeria at the turn of the twentieth century.
The Annual Statistical Table on Global Mission, published by David Barrett and Todd Johnson in the International Bulletin of Missionary Research (January 1999), reveals an explosion of urban humanity and the world church.
Eerdmans, 2003); Philip Jenkins, The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002); Wilbert Shenk, "Recasting Theology of Mission: Impulses from the NonWestern World," International Bulletin of Missionary Research (July 2001); and Dana Robert, "Shifting Southward: Global Christianity Since 1945," International Bulletin of Missionary Research (April 2000).
5), a major leitmotif of this biography becomes most visible: it could be named "Ironies of Indigenizations" (as the title of an earlier article by the author in International Bulletin of Missionary Research 19 : 13-20).
Johnson, "Annual Statistical Table on Global Mission: 2002," International Bulletin of Missionary Research 26 (2002), 1:23.
In consultation with fifty distinguished scholars from around the world, the editors of the INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN OF MISSIONARY RESEARCH have selected fifteen books published in 2012 for special recognition of their contribution to mission studies.