Youth, Edinburgh and mission

/ 7 July 2010

Thanks to the generosity of of William Carey International University Press, you can download for free the entire book Edinburgh 2010: Youth Perspectives. These are essays written by young people (under the age of 30) who have been involved in the process. Just the chapter titles alone are interesting, and I’m excited that the Edinburgh 2010 conference is working so hard to make materials available this way via the web. The table of contents includes:

  • Communities of the Spirit: Missiology of Roland Allen in the Twenty-First Century, by Andrew R.H. Thompson
  • Fallen Is Babylon! Missionary Conversion to God’s Diversity, by Aaron T. Hollander
  • Returning Mission to its Source: Our Duty in Palestine, by Annie Osborne
  • The Primacy of the Message of Love in a Postmodern World, by Ariel Siagan
  • Jesus’ Third Way as the Central Model for Building Peaceful Community in Myanmar, by Hau Sian Suan
  • Ecumenism: Moving Toward a Multi-Faceted Global Conversation, by Jamie Hollis
  • “The Word Became Flesh and Lived Among Us:” The Missiological Implications of an Incarnational Christology, by Jesse Zink
  • Living the Magnificat: The Blessed Virgin Mary as Model and Inspiration for Ecumenical Mission, by Luiz Coelho
  • Reclaiming the Church’s Mission in the Light of Missio Dei, by Jonathan Hyunjoon Park
  • Legitimation and Missions: How Do We Reach This Eclectic World? , by Patrick Stefan