The State of Mission Studies in India: An Overview and Assessment of Publications and Publishing

Arles, Siga
July 2010
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Jul2010, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p156
Academic Journal
The article presents an overview and assessment of publications and publishing in relation to the state of mission studies in India. It highlights the need of the church in India in developing indigenous leadership and indigenous theology to produce a missiology that is relevant and effective. It further emphasizes the significance of missiology that is holistic and appealing to the total human needs.


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