Nauczanie misjologii w świecie chrześcijańskim i dla niego. Treść i metoda

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Peter C. Phan
Klaudyna Longinus

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The article begins with a brief defi nition of „World Christianity” and elaborates three theses for conceiving the relationship between missiology and theology, the understanding and practice of Christian missions, and the teaching of missiology. I argue that outside missiology there is no theology. I also reject the separation between church history and missiology, the division between the historic churches of the West and the „mission lands” of the rest, and a narrow focus of the goal of Christian missions on conversion and church-planting. Finally, I recommend a shift from „church history” to „history of Christianity.”

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Peter C. Phan, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA

Peter C. Phan, pierwszy kierownik katedry Katolickiej Nauki Społecznej im. Ignacia Ellacuria na Georgetown University, Washington, (DC, USA), autor licznych publikacji o historii misji chrześcijańskiej w Azji, inkulturacji, wyzwoleniu i dialogu międzyreligijnym. Jego najnowsza ważna publikacja to Asian Christianities: History, Theology, Practice (Orbis Books, 2018).

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