A new year is upon us. It’s the time to set new goals—including reading goals. To help us count down the top must-read missiology texts for 2023, Chris Howles joins the show.
Chris holds a doctorate in intercultural studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. He’s the founder of From Every Nation, a resource hub for missionaries. He and his family serve as missionaries with Crosslinks in Uganda.
In this episode, we counted down these titles:
- Andreas Köstenberger, Salvation to the Ends of the Earth
- Michel Goheen, Introducing Christian Mission Today
- Craig Ott and Stephen Strauss, Encountering Theology of Mission
- J.H. Bavinck, An Introduction to the Science of Missions
- David Bosch, Transforming Mission
- Timothy Tennent, Theology in the Context of World Christianity
- Michael Stroope, Transcending Mission
- Andrew Walls, The Missionary Movement in Christian History
- Scattered and Gathered: A Global Compendium of Diaspora Missiology
- Mekdes Haddis, A Just Mission: Laying Down Power and Embracing Mutuality
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Surprised that Becoming Elizabeth Elliott didn’t make the list.
Slamming podcast rich with missiological content.