Movements, Missiometrics, and World Christianity

Bonk, Jonathan J.
January 2007
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Jan2007, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article offers information on author David B. Barrett, who together with Todd M. Johnson and Peter F. Crossing, wrote a feature article in the "International Bulletin of Missionary Research" on global mission and world Christianity. Barrett, born in August 1927 in Llandudlo, Wales, was converted to Christ in 1946 while studying mathematics at the University of Cambridge. In 1951, he offered himself as a missionary to the Church Missionary Society. His contributions to international ecumenical studies are cited.


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