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Negotiating Identity: Exploring Tensions Between Being Hakka And Being Christian In Northwestern Taiwan, Henry Rowold
Christofferson speaks of the Hakka people, he prefers more malleable descriptors such as “being Hakka” or “doing things in the Hakka way.” This, in turn, expresses the frustration Christofferson felt in his own ministry, working hard for fluency in the Hakka language, but discovering that not all of the Hakka he was speaking to were as comfortable in, or even loyal to, the ancestral language.
Grassroots Asian Theology: Thinking The Faith From The Ground Up. By Simon Chan, Henry Rowold
He states his purpose as “to force a rethink on the way Asian theology is currently undertaken and in so doing to show the distinctive contributions of Asian grassroots Christianity to the wider church’s theological endeavors.”
The New Shape Of World Christianity: How American Experience Reflects Global Faith. By Mark A. Noll, Ken Chitwood
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.
Martin Luther’S Platzregen In Action The Changing Face Of Global Christianity, Douglas Rutt
The study of the momentous demographic shifts in Christianity that have taken place in the past two decades has become a growth industry of sorts.