Towards a contemporary public missiology in Asia

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Abstract

This chapter looks at contemporary Public Missiology in Asia. Missiology within public theology has come to the forefront in the theological consciousness of churches and Christians in recent years. We now have a Global Network in Public Theology (GNPT), involving over twenty theological institutions in all continents around the world, including Indonesia. This network was provisionally set up in Edinburgh in 2005, and formally constituted in Princeton in the United States in 2007.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWale Pakasaan
Subtitle of host publicationMisi yang Berakar, Bertumbuh dan Menghidupkan
EditorsKarolina Augustien Kaunang, Denni H.R. Pinontoan, Vera Loupatty
Place of PublicationTomohon, Indonesia
PublisherUKIT Press
Chapter15
Pages238-259
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)9786025204456
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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    Haire, J. (2018). Towards a contemporary public missiology in Asia. In K. A. Kaunang, D. H. R. Pinontoan, & V. Loupatty (Eds.), Wale Pakasaan: Misi yang Berakar, Bertumbuh dan Menghidupkan (pp. 238-259). UKIT Press.