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Exploring Anti-Christian Policies in the History of Japan – Part IV: The Establishment of Emperor-style Human Rights

By Yutaka Morishima – Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan.  Dr. Yutaka Morishima is a professor and university chaplain at Aoyama Gakuin University in Japan and a visiting scholar at OMSC in Princeton Theological Seminary (2023-2024). The subject of his Ph.D. dissertation was the Atonement Theology of P.T. Forsyth. He has served as a Protestant church pastor […]

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Exploring Anti-Christian Policies in the History of Japan – Part III: The Meiji government’s unease regarding Christianity

By Yutaka Morishima – Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan.  Dr. Yutaka Morishima is a professor and university chaplain at Aoyama Gakuin University in Japan and a visiting scholar at OMSC in Princeton Theological Seminary (2023-2024). The subject of his Ph.D. dissertation was the Atonement Theology of P.T. Forsyth. He has served as a Protestant church pastor

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Exploring Anti-Christian Policies in the History of Japan – Part II: The Religious Policy of the Meiji Government

By Yutaka Morishima – Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan.  Dr. Yutaka Morishima is a professor and university chaplain at Aoyama Gakuin University in Japan and a visiting scholar at OMSC in Princeton Theological Seminary (2023-2024). The subject of his Ph.D. dissertation was the Atonement Theology of P.T. Forsyth. He has served as a Protestant church pastor

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Exploring Anti-Christian Policies in the History of Japan – Part I: Introduction

By Yutaka Morishima – Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan.  Dr. Yutaka Morishima is a professor and university chaplain at Aoyama Gakuin University in Japan and a visiting scholar at OMSC in Princeton Theological Seminary (2023-2024). The subject of his Ph.D. dissertation was the Atonement Theology of P.T. Forsyth. He has served as a Protestant church pastor

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Prayer Camps and Faith-Healing in a Wounded Society in Ghana

By Francis Ethelbert Kwabena Benyah – Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland. Dr. Francis Ethelbert Kwabena Benyah is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department for the Study of Religions, Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland. Benyah also teaches in Åbo Akademi’s international masters programme in social exclusion. He has also served as a PhD guest researcher at

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“Visit Palestine” – American Christian pilgrimages and Palestinian Christians

By Tala Raheb – Doctoral Candidate – Emory University     Editor’s Introduction:  Tala Raheb was awarded OMSC@PTS’s inaugural Lamin Sanneh Research Prize in 2021.  This post reflects on the research she has pursued with this grant. Tala is a doctoral candidate in Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Religions (AAMER) at Emory University. In addition

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Breaking Down Barriers to Missions: Everyone Can Make a Difference

By Misael Cornelio-Arias – Director of the School of Mission Southern Pacific District of the Assemblies of God       Editor’s Introduction:  Misael Cornelio Arias is currently pursuing his doctorate in Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary focused on the Hispanic Church and its perception of the Holy Spirit guiding it toward holistic mission. 

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Engaging Theological Education Among Africa’s Pentecostals

By Andrew Mkwaila – OMSC@PTS Global Partner 2022-23     Editor’s Note:  This week’s post is written by one of OMSC@PTS’s 2022-23 global partners, Dr. Andrew Mkwaila, who joins us from Malawi.  During this sabbatical year of study in Princeton, Andrew is exploring new paradigms for missiology from an African standpoint that recognizes the foundational

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Exploring Theology, Displacement, and Lived Poetics w/ OMSC@PTS

By Xiaoli Yang – OMSC@PTS Global Partner 2022-23     Editor’s Note:  This week’s post is written by one of OMSC@PTS’s 2022-23 global partners, Dr. Xiaoli Yang, who joins us from Australia by way of her home country of China.  During this sabbatical year of study in Princeton, she is doing research on the concept

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Historical Connections between Indonesia and Princeton

By Farsijana Adeney-Risakotta Ph.D – OMSC@PTS Global Partner 2022-23     Editor’s Note:  This week’s post is written by one of OMSC@PTS’s 2022-23 global partners, Dr. Farsijana Adeney-Risakotta.  During her residence here at Princeton, she is doing research on global historical interactions and their influence on contemporary Christian-Muslim interfaith relations and sustainable development in Indonesia. 

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