Month: December 2020

Becoming a Peacemaker

As we see in this fresco by the Italian artist Fra Angelico (1395-1455), Christ and his disciples sit at the center of the composition, forming a circle of fellowship. Christ’s right-hand raises in a gesture of teaching, referring to the theme… Read More ›

Vol. 7 No. 2

Vol. 7 No. 1 Articles & Book Reviews Bible Article: “‘Can’t Complain’ A Response to Spivak’s “Can’t the Subaltern Speak?” from a Post-colonial Pinoy/Filipinx (of the) American Diaspora Perspective” Carmelo Sorita Book Review: Betweener Talk: Decolonizing Knowledge Production, Pedagogy, and Praxis… Read More ›

Exploring the Mission Theology of Donald Anderson McGavran: A Historical and Missiological Reflection

Introduction Widely acclaimed as “the Father of the Church Growth movement,”[1] Donald A. McGavran occupies a distinctive place in the history of Christian missions and missiological reflection. A magnum opus of missionary biographies, Mission Legacies,lists McGavran among the prominent mission theorists and strategists.[2] In this… Read More ›