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Ecumenical Relationships Today: The Global Christian Forum

by Gina Zurlo, Ph.D. – Co-Director – Center for the Study of Global Christianity and Yang Visiting Scholar of World Christianity, Harvard Divinity School   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 […]

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Listening to Indigenous Voices in World Christianity: Conversing with Kaitlin Curtice

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.   In his

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The Task of Counting Missionaries: History and Present Challenges

by Gina Zurlo, Ph.D. – Co-Director – Center for the Study of Global Christianity and Yang Visiting Scholar of World Christianity, Harvard Divinity School   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

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Integral Mission: Wisdom from the Global South

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 semester,

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The Annual Statistical Table for World Christianity 2024: Fragmentation and Unity

by Gina Zurlo, 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.   Every January for

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The Future of the Gospel is for All Peoples and from All Peoples

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.   In October

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Christianity in North America through a Global Christianity lens

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.   In 2020,

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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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Music, Peacebuilding, and Interfaith Dialogue: Transformative Bridges in Muslim–Christian Relations

Roberta R. King An ever-increasing need to find creative approaches and mission models to engagewith Muslim neighbors exists. Studies have shown that musical performance canevoke transformative moments that enhance communication and restore brokenrelationships. In this article, I explore the intersection of music, peacebuilding, andinterfaith dialogue in light of Muslim-Christian relations. I ask how music contributesto

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Postwar American Evangelicals and World Religions: A Case Study of Intervarsity’s Urbana Student Missionary Conventions

Amber R. Thomas This paper traces the major discussions of “world” or “non-Christian” religions in the speeches, promotion, and scholarly texts related to InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s triennial “Urbana” Student Missionary Convention and argues that Urbana sources enlarge the understanding of postwar American evangelicals’ concerns about non-Christian religions by showing that evangelicals assessed the religions’ implications

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