History of Missiology

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This project is an example of the Library’s re-articulation of its pedagogical role. In a world of high speed networks, digital content, and massive search engines, the Theology Library is attempting to build focused collections of digital content in order to enhance teaching ...

 Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide

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The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide is a research and teaching centre in Cambridge, England that encourages people of all faiths and none to engage with, encounter, and enquire about the global nature of Christianity in its historical development and in the ...

 Canadian Missiological Resources

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The Canadian Missiological Resources (CMR)

website provides a collaborative web-based
Canadian focused research directory and guide
that offers individuals interested in missiology
an opportunity to engage in and contribute to
critical mission reflection.

Missiology at its core is the focused study
of the ...

 Global Ministries > Mission Study

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1995 Global Ministries is established as a partnership between the UCBWM [United Church Board for World Ministries] of the United Church of Christ (UCC) and the Division of Overseas Ministries (DOM) of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

 Hiebert Global Center for Intercultural Studies

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The Paul Hiebert Research Project seeks to embody the vision of Paul G. Hiebert (1932-2007), a long time faculty member at Trinity, for engaging in missiological research that makes a difference in the academy, in our churches and mission organizations, and ...


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The historical images in the International Mission Photography Archive come from Protestant and Catholic missionary collections held at a number of centers in Britain, Europe, and North America. The photographs record missionary endeavors and reflect the missionaries’ experience of communities and environments abroad. There are examples ...

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