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The Ministry Methods Of Jerry Falwell, Rod Dempsey Nov 2013

The Ministry Methods Of Jerry Falwell, Rod Dempsey

Eruditio Ardescens

No abstract provided.


Editorial, Journal Editors Nov 2013

Editorial, Journal Editors

Eruditio Ardescens

No abstract provided.


Multi-Ethnicity/Multi-Culturalism And The Life And Writings Of Ellen G. White, Kenley D. Hall Jan 2013

Multi-Ethnicity/Multi-Culturalism And The Life And Writings Of Ellen G. White, Kenley D. Hall

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Dynamics Of Shame In Genesis 3 And 4: Missiological Implications For Today, Andrew Tompkins Jan 2013

Dynamics Of Shame In Genesis 3 And 4: Missiological Implications For Today, Andrew Tompkins

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Relating Meaningfully To The Hindu Worldview, Herbert Hoefer Jan 2013

Relating Meaningfully To The Hindu Worldview, Herbert Hoefer

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Truth, Allegiance, And Power Dimensions In Christian Discipleship: From A Language Of Priority To A Balanced Approach, Boubakar Sanou Jan 2013

Truth, Allegiance, And Power Dimensions In Christian Discipleship: From A Language Of Priority To A Balanced Approach, Boubakar Sanou

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Sorcery And Animism In A South Pacific Melanesian Context, Graeme J. Humble Jan 2013

Sorcery And Animism In A South Pacific Melanesian Context, Graeme J. Humble

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


The Influence Of Shamanism In The Korean Adventist Church, Gyeongchun Choi Jan 2013

The Influence Of Shamanism In The Korean Adventist Church, Gyeongchun Choi

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Interview [With John Macharia], Bruce L. Bauer Jan 2013

Interview [With John Macharia], Bruce L. Bauer

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Friendship With God In The African Context, Emmanuel Takyi Jan 2013

Friendship With God In The African Context, Emmanuel Takyi

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Adventist Mission And African Traditional Medicine: Breaking The Silence, Olaoste Obed Gabasiane Jan 2013

Adventist Mission And African Traditional Medicine: Breaking The Silence, Olaoste Obed Gabasiane

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Responding Biblically And Missiologically To The Threat Of Religious Syncretism, Boubakar Sanou Jan 2013

Responding Biblically And Missiologically To The Threat Of Religious Syncretism, Boubakar Sanou

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Challenges And Opportunities In Today’S World In The Light Of God’S Surprising Commands In 1 Peter, Louisa Williamson (Pseudonym) Jan 2013

Challenges And Opportunities In Today’S World In The Light Of God’S Surprising Commands In 1 Peter, Louisa Williamson (Pseudonym)

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Tolerance In African Traditional Religion, Emmanuel Abar Jan 2013

Tolerance In African Traditional Religion, Emmanuel Abar

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Cultural Actions Toward The Dead In Selected Cultures In Africa: Missiological Implications, Gaius A. Umahi Jan 2013

Cultural Actions Toward The Dead In Selected Cultures In Africa: Missiological Implications, Gaius A. Umahi

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Suffering, Salvation, And The Sovereignty Of God: Towards A Theology Of Suffering, Kelvin Onongha Jan 2013

Suffering, Salvation, And The Sovereignty Of God: Towards A Theology Of Suffering, Kelvin Onongha

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Death And Resurrection In John 11: Implications For Seventh-Day Adventist Mission In Africa, Michael O. Akpa, Sampson M. Nwaomah, Gaius A. Umahi Jan 2013

Death And Resurrection In John 11: Implications For Seventh-Day Adventist Mission In Africa, Michael O. Akpa, Sampson M. Nwaomah, Gaius A. Umahi

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


The Missionary Letters Of Vincent Donovan, 1957-1973 / John P. Bowen [Book Review], Bruce Campbell Moyer Jan 2013

The Missionary Letters Of Vincent Donovan, 1957-1973 / John P. Bowen [Book Review], Bruce Campbell Moyer

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Comprehending Mission: The Questions, Methods, Themes, Problems And Prospects Of Missiology / Stanley H. Skreslet [Book Review], Mussa Simon Muneja Jan 2013

Comprehending Mission: The Questions, Methods, Themes, Problems And Prospects Of Missiology / Stanley H. Skreslet [Book Review], Mussa Simon Muneja

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Editorial, Bruce L. Bauer Jan 2013

Editorial, Bruce L. Bauer

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


From The Archives: The Methodist World’S Fair Of 1919 Jan 2013

From The Archives: The Methodist World’S Fair Of 1919

The Asbury Journal

No abstract provided.


Journal In Entirety, Robert Danielson Jan 2013

Journal In Entirety, Robert Danielson

The Asbury Journal


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editorial

  • From the Editor, Robert Danielson

Essays

  • Inductive Biblical Study: History, Character, and Prospects in a Global Environment, David R. Bauer
  • A Faculty Member’s Response to David Bauer’s Article, Ruth Anne Reese
  • Inductive Bible Study: Contextual Appropriation in Northeast India, M. Sashi Jamir
  • Colonialism and Post-Colonialism in the Philippine Chinese Context: How IBS Can be a Liberating Methodology to Find the Truth to be Set Free, Juliet Lee Uytanlet
  • Of Icons and IBS: Contextualizing the Inductive Bible Study Method Among Eastern Orthodox Background Believers, Curtis Elliott
  • Contextualizing Inductive Bible Study (IBS) in a Postcolonial Filipino ...


From The Editor, Robert Danielson Jan 2013

From The Editor, Robert Danielson

The Asbury Journal

No abstract provided.


Inductive Biblical Study: History, Character, And Prospects In A Global Environment, David R. Bauer Jan 2013

Inductive Biblical Study: History, Character, And Prospects In A Global Environment, David R. Bauer

The Asbury Journal

In this keynote address at the 2012 Interdisciplinary Colloquium, held at McKenna Chapel on the Kentucky Campus of Asbury Theological Seminary, October 12, 2012, David Bauer examines the history and development of inductive biblical study within its English-speaking environment. In addition, he proposes ways in which this approach can be understood in postcolonial environments as a way to open the methodology of Inductive Bible Study to a larger global audience.


A Faculty Member’S Response To David Bauer’S Article, Ruth Anne Reese Jan 2013

A Faculty Member’S Response To David Bauer’S Article, Ruth Anne Reese

The Asbury Journal

This paper was part of an oral panel presentation that was given on October 12, 2012 at Asbury Theological Seminary. The panel was asked to engage with the question of Inductive Bible Study and its relationship to the global church. The paper is only minimally revised from its original oral presentation.


Inductive Bible Study: Contextual Appropriation In Northeast India, M. Sashi Jamir Jan 2013

Inductive Bible Study: Contextual Appropriation In Northeast India, M. Sashi Jamir

The Asbury Journal

M. Sashi Jamir examines the application of Inductive Bible Study to the tribal communities of Northeast India. This postcolonial situation has some positives such as a context with a higher degree of education, but it has also lead to a prominence of Western philosophy over traditional ways of understanding, which need to be reclaimed. The reality that larger national forces in India often overshadow tribal communities also poses potential problems that prevent the local theological voice from being heard.


Pride And Prejudice: Colonialism And Post-Colonialism In The Philippine Chinese Context: How Ibs Can Be A Liberating Methodology To Find The Truth To Be Set Free, Juliet Lee Uytanlet Jan 2013

Pride And Prejudice: Colonialism And Post-Colonialism In The Philippine Chinese Context: How Ibs Can Be A Liberating Methodology To Find The Truth To Be Set Free, Juliet Lee Uytanlet

The Asbury Journal

This paper aims to present the importance of disentangling the Philippine Chinese from a colonial mindset before they can truly be disentangled from their wrong beliefs and practices. It is crucial to first trace back the relationship of colonialism and the colonial mindset among the Philippine Chinese to understand how this affects their present attitude toward Scripture and Christian mission before we can introduce the Inductive Bible Study method and its benefits to Christian churches.


Of Icons And Ibs: Contextualizing The Inductive Bible Study Method Among Eastern Orthodox Background Believers, Curtis Elliott Jan 2013

Of Icons And Ibs: Contextualizing The Inductive Bible Study Method Among Eastern Orthodox Background Believers, Curtis Elliott

The Asbury Journal

Curtis Elliott explores the application of Inductive Bible Study to an Eastern Orthodox context, where the Bible is approached more from a position of mystery and tradition. He presents a number of problems a typical Protestant approach of this method can cause, and proposes a postmodern narrative-weave approach to Bible study that could potentially alleviate some of these problems.


Contextualizing Inductive Bible Study (Ibs) In A Postcolonial Filipino American Setting, Peter Tan-Gatue Jan 2013

Contextualizing Inductive Bible Study (Ibs) In A Postcolonial Filipino American Setting, Peter Tan-Gatue

The Asbury Journal

This article seeks to contextualize the application of Inductive Bible Study (IBS) to a postcolonial setting: the Filipino American Church in Los Angeles.1 As part of the process of doing so, this essay narrates a short history of colonization and Christianity in the Philippines, the migration of Filipinos to the United States and the challenges Filipino Americans encountered as a people living in a foreign land. Included in this story is the importance of Filipino American churches and some contemporary challenges and postcolonial issues (such as “colonial mentality” or internalized oppression) that affect a particular segment of Filipino Americans ...


Ships Of The Fleet: An Essay On The Weltanschauung Of The Apostolate And The Mission Of The Spirit, Art Mcphee Jan 2013

Ships Of The Fleet: An Essay On The Weltanschauung Of The Apostolate And The Mission Of The Spirit, Art Mcphee

The Asbury Journal

In honor of Bishop Sundo Kim

This paper was presented in Asbury Theological Seminary, on November 14, 2012, at Dr. Art McPhee’s installation in the Sundo Kim Chair for Evangelism and Practical Theology Expertise: Evangelization Studies. In this essay, he explores the role of the Holy Spirit in mission and evangelism as an often-overlooked subject in the Church today.