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  • God’s Gentlemenby David Hilliard

    University of Queensland Press 1978; US$ 15.00

    David Hilliard’s God’s Gentlemen, originally published in 1978, remains the only detached and detailed historical analysis of the work of the Melanesian Mission. Starting with its New Zealand beginnings and its Norfolk Island years (1867–1920), the work follows the Mission’s shift of headquarters to the Solomon Islands and on until... more...

  • Conflict, Conquest, and Conversionby Eleanor H. Tejirian; Reeva Spector Simon

    Columbia University Press 2012; US$ 26.99

    Conflict, Conquest, and Conversion surveys two thousand years of the Christian missionary enterprise in the Middle East within the context of the region?s political evolution. Its broad, rich narrative follows Christian missions as they interacted with imperial powers and as the momentum of religious change shifted from Christianity to Islam and back,... more...

  • Nail, Theby Stephen Cottrell

    SPCK 2011; US$ 10.19

    This Lent book offers imaginative reflections on Christ's crucifixion. Each of the seven chapters is focused on a different key character, who describes his or her experience of the Passion. The nails used to crucify Christ are used as a jumping off point for their reflections. Each character considers the questions, 'who killed Christ' and 'who was... more...

  • The Pope's Bookbinderby David Mason

    Biblioasis 2013; US$ 29.99

    How does one get from William Burroughs' floor to binding books for Pope John XXIII? A must-read book lover's memoir. more...

  • Sharing Your Faith With a Hinduby Madasamy Thirumalai

    Baker Publishing Group 2002; US$ 15.00

    This book explores the many types of Hinduism and offers answers to many common Hindu concerns about Christianity. more...

  • Black Livingstoneby Pagan Kennedy

    Santa Fe Writer's Project 2013; US$ 3.99

    A largely untold story of an extraordinary historical figure, this biography sheds light on the life of William Sheppard, a 19th-century African American who, for more than 20 years, defied segregation and operated a missionary run by black Americans in the Belgian Congo. This work shows how Sheppard returned to the United States periodically, and... more...

  • Eros and the Christby David E. Fredrickson

    Fortress Press 2013; US$ 44.99

    The self-emptying of Christ (kenosis) in Philippians 2 has long been the focus of attention by Christian theologians and interpreters of Paul?s christology. David E. Fredrickson sheds dramatic new light on familiar texts by discussing the centuries-old language of love and longing in Greek and Roman epistolary literature, showing that a ?physics?... more...

  • China Missionby Audrey Ronning Topping; Lawrence R. Sullivan

    LSU Press 2013; US$ 19.95

    When the Reverend Halvor Ronning, his sister Thea, and fellow missionary Hannah Rorem set out in 1891 to found a Lutheran mission and school in the interior of China, they could not have foreseen the ways in which that decision would ripple across generations of the Ronning family. Halvor and Hannah would marry, and their son Chester, born in Hubei... more...

  • Dimensionen der Einheitby Anna Schneider

    De Gruyter 2014; US$ 134.73

    This study examines the prospects for unity in view of the ecclesiastical differences facing the 19th century Church of England. It reconstructs each of the prevailing conceptions of the Church during this period to examine its relation to contemporary ecumenical dialogue and current reverberations. The work offers deep insights into Anglican... more...

  • Robert Morrison and the Protestant Plan for Chinaby Christopher Daily

    Hong Kong University Press, HKU 2013; US$ 60.00

    Robert Morrison, sent alone to his East Asian post by the London Missionary Society in 1807, was the first Protestant missionary to operate in China. During some 27 years in China, Macau and Malacca, he worked as a translator, founded an academy for converts and missionaries, translated the New Testament into Chinese and compiled the first Chinese-English... more...