This article looks at central issues in missiology and public theology in Asia. First, it addresses the question as to the extent to which the assumptions of missiology and public theology are actually largely the assumptiions of post-Enlightenment western theology, and as such "Latin" assumptions. Second, the article addresses the issue of the implications of a thorough-going Christian theology in Asia. Third, the article deals with the issue of how a minority faith can be involved in public issues in Asia.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||Australian Journal of Mission Studies|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|