Entries tagged with: Global South

One World or Many?

By: Richard Tiplady, ed.

This book considers in detail the key drivers of globalization, its contemporary shape, and its implications for world mission. It also looks at the impact of globalization on different contemporary issues affecting mission such as ethnicity, the environment, and global health as well as globalization’s effect on more traditional “missionary” questions of the world religions, contextualization, theology, and the church. One World or Many? is written by a variety of authors from all over the world.

 

This book was published in partnership with the World Evangelical Alliance.


Local Theology for the Global Church

By: Matthew Cook, Rob Haskell, Ruth Julian, and Natee Tanchanpongs, eds.

As the church in the global south continues to grow at a rapid pace, the question of how to develop local theologies becomes more and more urgent. This book charts a path forward through exegetical, theological and cultural analysis by scholars who are wrestling with the issues in their own situations around the globe. The contents were developed under the auspices of the World Evangelical Alliance Theological Commission at the Oxford contextualization consultation.

 

This book was published in partnership with the World Evangelical Alliance.