Theology without Borders: An Introduction to Global Conversations
(Baker Academic, 2015), by Dean Emeritus and Professor of Theology and Culture William Dyrness
and Oscar Garcia-Johnson
, associate dean and associate professor of theology and Latino/a studies. Their coauthored book considers the complexities of shifting theology from a Western-centric approach to a global and ecumenical conversation.
The Unexpected Christian Century: The Reversal and Transformation of Global Christianity, 1900–2000
(Baker Academic, 2015), by Dean of the School of Intercultural Studies Scott Sunquist
, a book tracing the unexpected shift of Christianity’s center to Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Pacific, and the implications of this shift for missiological practices in the Western church.
The Gospel and Pluralism Today: Reassessing Lesslie Newbigin in the 21st Century
(IVP Academic, 2015), edited by Scott Sunquist
and Amos Yong
, director of the Center for Missiological Research (CMR) and professor of theology and mission. Their book updates the missiological thought of Lesslie Newbigin for rapidly changing cultural contexts.