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The International Review of Mission

For more than 100 years the International Review of Mission has been the leading academic journal with contributions by outstanding missiologists from all over the world and from various Christian backgrounds.

For more than 100 years the International Review of Mission has been the leading academic journal with contributions by outstanding missiologists from all over the world and from various Christian backgrounds.

The International Review of Mission is the result of the World Missionary Conference in Edinburgh in 1910. It is a witness to the paradigm shift which has taken place over the past 100 years in missiology and theology of mission and gives new perspectives, opens new ways and topics.

The International Review of Mission is published twice a year by the World Council of Churches. It focuses on the ecumenical practice of mission, includes a variety of theological perspectives, including those of Pentecostal and Evangelical missiologists. Articles on important mission events are presented along with book reviews and reports of conferences and consultations.

Special Online Issue to Mark the Conference on World Mission and Evangelism, Arusha 2018 (free downloads)


Contents of the latest issue (Deccember 2017): "Transforming Mission: Perspectives from Africa."

Read from the latest issue: "'Go Near and Join Thyself to This Chariot': African Pneumatic Movements and Transformational Discipleship," by J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu

Contents of the June 2017  issue (may be freely downloaded)

The International Review of Mission in the Wiley Online Library

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