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Getting to Know our 2023–2024 Global Partners – Part II

Note from the Managing Editor, Stephen Di Trolio: This semester we welcome another class of Global Partners. We wanted to run a short profile piece on each of them, so the wider public could get the know these excellent thinkers, church leaders, and scholars. This year we welcome partners from China, Japan, Ethiopia, Mexico, Nigeria, […]

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Getting to Know our 2023–2024 Global Partners – Part I

Note from the Managing Editor, Stephen Di Trolio: This semester we welcome another class of Global Partners. We wanted to run a small profile piece on each of them, so the wider public could get the know these excellent thinkers, church leaders, and scholars. This year we welcome partners from China, Japan, Ethiopia, Mexico, Nigeria,

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Introducing “Salt” – A New Journal focusing on the Orthodox Church and Missiology

By Evi Voulgaraki-Pissina – Department of Social Theology and the Study of Religion, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Evi Voulgaraki-Pissina is a lecturer in Missiology at the Department of Social Theology and the Study of Religion, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She teaches “Mission and the Contemporary World” and “Interfaith Dialogue,” giving several

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Letter from the New Director Dr. Soojin Chung

By Soojin Chung – Director, Overseas Ministries Study Center at Princeton Theological Seminary & Editor, International Bulletin of Mission Research   Dear Friends of the Overseas Ministries Study Center, Greetings! My name is Dr. Soojin Chung and I am delighted to serve as the newly appointed Director of the Overseas Ministries Study Center (OMSC). When I

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Global Citizenship: The Whole World is My Country

by Todd M. Johnson, Ph.D. – Co-Director – Center for the Study of Global Christianity   This post is part of The Occasional’s “Numbers and Trends” series, dedicated to sharing work, analysis, and perspectives from our friends and partners at the Center for the Study of Global Christianity based at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.   This summer

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