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Missiology Podcast host Martin Rodriguez and producer Greg McKinzie reflect on Season ...

A few years ago, I was checking in at an airline counter for an overseas flight. When the attendant noticed the prefix “Dr.” on my name, she asked in what field was I a doctor (often airlines like to know if there is a physician onboard). I told her I ...

Missiology is “the systematic study of all aspects of mission.” I am borrowing here Andrew Walls’s (and in turn Stanley Skreslet’s) definition.1 Let me explain.

The simple, straightforward answer to the simple, straightforward question “What is missiology?” can be taken from its component terms missio and logos ...

Mission - a controversial term

Before being able to give a definition on what is missiology, I think we need to define the term mission as such. Afterwards, it will be easier to give a definition of missiology, the science of mission.

Inside the church premises, mission is one of those ...

Among the projects at missiology.com, we are curating the Missiology Bibliography. It's a work in progress—a long-term endeavor. As the number of entries grows, we hope it will become a one-stop database for browsing missiological literature.

The bibliography is fully searchable and allows users to browse by ...

We are living in a new era of mission. Fact. Mission is not what it used to be. As an African Christian who was born just outside a former mission station (that later became a colonial farm) and was educated in Catholic mission schools in Malawi and now is serving ...