Schumacher and Raj in latest Lutheran Mission Matters

The latest issue of Lutheran Mission Matters (formerly Missio Apostolica) published by the Lutheran Society for Missiology includes two articles by Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, faculty. The theme of the issue “presents a variety of viewpoints on contextualization.” Click on the titles below to read their contributions.

“Missiology of Recontextualization” by Victor Raj

“Demography and Mission in the LCMS: A Response to Journal of Lutheran Mission, December 2016” by William W. Schumacher

The issue also includes articles by recent Concordia Seminary PhD graduates (Sam Thompson and Glenn Fluegge) as well as presentations from the Seminary’s 2017 Multiethnic Symposium (Enoch Wan and Paul Mueller).

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