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Journal of Global
Christianity

The Journal of Global Christianity seeks to promote international scholarship and discussion on topics related to global Christianity. The journal addresses key issues related to the mission of the Church in hope of helping those who labor for the gospel wrestle with and apply the biblical teaching on various challenging mission topics.

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Editorial

What Does "Untrained" Mean?

Darren M. Carlson
Article

Majority-World Theological Education in the Globalized Age

Anthony F. Casey
Article

Different Cultures, Different Atonement Model? Penal Substitutionary Atonement and Fear-Power Cultures

Matt Deaver
Article

The "Nevius Method": Retrieving Theological and Missiological Criteria for Money in Missions

Joshua Bowman
Article

Incarnational Pastoral Training in the Majority World: An Interview with Dr. Paul House, Author of "Bonhoeffer's Seminary Vision"

Paul House and Joost Nixon
Book Review

Entertaining Angels Unaware: Welcoming the Immigrant Other

Aaron Jameson
Book Review

Jewish Cultural Elements in the Ethiopian Orthodox Täwahedo Church

T. J. Marinello
Book Review

The Mystery of the Church: Applying Paul's Ecclesiology in Africa

Vandyck Ishmael Lomotey
Book Review

Preaching With Cultural Intelligence: Understanding the People Who Hear Our Sermons

Ivan Kalabric
Book Review

Analog Church: Why We Need Real People, Places and Things in the Digital Age

Robert J. Landon
Book Review

Radical Gratitude: Recalibrating Your Heart in an Age of Entitlement

L. D. Zapater
Book Review

The Kingdom of God in Africa: A History of African Christianity

Robert Gyakye Coleman

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