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n Missionalia : Southern African Journal of Mission Studies - In this issue : editorial

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Abstract

Willem Saayman offers us a necessary study of the terms missionary and missional. Celia Kourie reflects on the teaching of Spirituality at the University of South Africa. Dave Dagie offers a fascinating study of the interface between Missiology and Musicology. We journey to Europe where Kenneth Ross has teamed up with James Wilkie to explore the Scottish experience of serving in mission from 1950 to 2000. We move on to Brazil where David Bledsoe introduces us to the (Universal Church of the Kingdom of God). The issues of economic justice in a globalised, largely unjust world must receive our full attention. HIV and AIDS continue to ravage Africa and the world so we will continue to put the spot light on the role of communities of faith in dealing with this crisis. Moving on in the spirit understanding and learning I have included a comprehensive exploration of Buddhist prison outreach in the United States by Paul McIvor. In the Creative Space we are favoured with a thought provoking reflection on the challenges facing the ecumenical church in South Africa today by Tinyiko Maluleke.

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2016-12-05
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