Archive Category: Theological education

Anti-cheating hats

A university professor in Thailand decided to reduce cheating in her class by requiring all students to wear “anti-cheating hats”, affectionately called “blinkers”. An engineering

Training and Attrition

A former General Director of OMF, David Harley discusses the integral link that exists between pre-field missionary training and long-term effectiveness. Drawing from history and

Book review: Christianity in East and Southeast Asia

This book focuses on a region of the world in which Christianity, in the past fifty years, has been the fastest growing religion—increasing from five to twelve percent of the total population—while remaining a small segment of the population in the majority of countries.

Book review: Japanese Perspectives on the Death of Christ

This book is an excellent model of how to do theology in conversation with the global church. It is a treasure trove of contextual insights into Japanese appropriations of the cross. Any reflective practitioner who is involved in cross-cultural communication of the gospel will greatly benefit from this work.

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