Key scholars address a wide range of issues and debates on the status and trajectory of the discipline of world Christianity, arguably the fastest growing field of study in the theological academy today.
With original essays by leading experts, World Christianity provides a critical reassessment of the study of world Christianity that connects historical developments to current debates and new trajectories.
Contributors include Dale T. Irvin, New York Theological Seminary; Dana L. Robert, Boston University; Paul Kollman, University of Notre Dame; Kwok Pui-lan, Candler School of Theology, Emory University; and Gemma Tulud Cruz, Australian Catholic University.
Jehu J. Hanciles is the D.W. Ruth Brooks Professor of World Christianity and director of the World Christianity Program at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA. Originally from Sierra Leone, he is author of Euthanasia of a Mission: African Church Autonomy in a Colonial Context (Praeger) and Beyond Christendom: Globalization, African Migration, and the Transformation of the West (Orbis).