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The New Shape Of World Christianity: How American Experience Reflects Global Faith. By Mark A. Noll, Ken Chitwood Sep 2015

The New Shape Of World Christianity: How American Experience Reflects Global Faith. By Mark A. Noll, Ken Chitwood

Concordia Journal

Noll proposes that North American Christianity molded, and is related to, worldwide Christianity via an amalgamation of missionary influence, evangelical attitudes, and shared historical contexts.


Wearing Memories: Clothing And The Global Lives Of Mourning In Swaziland, Casey Golomski Sep 2015

Wearing Memories: Clothing And The Global Lives Of Mourning In Swaziland, Casey Golomski

Anthropology Scholarship

This article situates a cultural phenomenon of women’s memory work through clothing in Swaziland. It explores clothing as both action and object of everyday, personalized practice that constitutes psychosocial well-being and material proximities between the living and the dead, namely, in how clothing of the deceased is privately possessed and ritually manipulated by the bereaved. While human and spiritual self-other relations are produced through clothing and its material efficacy, current global ideologies of immaterial mortuary ritual associated with Pentecostalism have emerged as contraries to this local, intersubjective grief work. This article describes how such contrarian ideologies paper over existing ...


From Diaspora To Disciple : Training Mainland Chinese Christians To Live A Christlike Life, Esther Law May 2015

From Diaspora To Disciple : Training Mainland Chinese Christians To Live A Christlike Life, Esther Law

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Planting, Transitioning, And Growing Multiethnic Churches, Gloria Young-Eun Kim Fowler May 2015

Planting, Transitioning, And Growing Multiethnic Churches, Gloria Young-Eun Kim Fowler

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Wanted, Fidelity Not Tears : An Assessment Of Gaps In The U.S. "Orphan Care Movement", Kimberly R. Pope-Seiberling May 2015

Wanted, Fidelity Not Tears : An Assessment Of Gaps In The U.S. "Orphan Care Movement", Kimberly R. Pope-Seiberling

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


African Initiated Churches : The Case Of The Igreja Evangelica Amor De Deus, Romanos 5 : 5, Em Mocambique : (Love Of God Evangelical Church, Romans 5 : 5, In Mozambique), Philip H. Troutman Apr 2015

African Initiated Churches : The Case Of The Igreja Evangelica Amor De Deus, Romanos 5 : 5, Em Mocambique : (Love Of God Evangelical Church, Romans 5 : 5, In Mozambique), Philip H. Troutman

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Navigating 21st-Century Church Mission Education: Transforming Mission Locally And Globally, Marsha Snulligan-Haney Jan 2015

Navigating 21st-Century Church Mission Education: Transforming Mission Locally And Globally, Marsha Snulligan-Haney

Interdenominational Theological Center Faculty Publications

What transformative role can mission education play in the life of a congregation today? This is an important question at this juncture in history when (1) the global epicenter of Christian growth has changed, (2) the majority of persons in the United States are now ethnic minorities, and (3) the numerical growth of Christianity in the United States (as well as enrollment in theological education) is found among the African American, Asian, Hispanic, and immigrant faith communities. In every congregation there are persons committed to navigating the real world (the world of human diversity) in terms of worldview, ethnicity, culture ...