Christianity is a world religion with about 2.3 billion practitioners. While World Christianity's attention to the explosive growth of Christianity in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Pacific, and Oceania is definitely significant, it is also important to consider World Christianity as it is developing in Europe. This book investigates this phenomenon in Western Europe through the prisms of diasporic identity, migrant narratives, and migrants' mission theology. It considers the complex Christian identity of people migrating to Europe, their stories, and mission praxis. The contributors to this book include scholars and practitioners, Europeans as well as migrants from the Majority World (Africa, the Caribbean, South Asia, and Latin America). Employing an interdisciplinary approach, their work encompasses the fields of Diaspora Missiology, Practical Theology, World Christianity, Contextual Theology, and Pentecostal Studies.
World Christianity in Western Europe Diasporic Identity, Narratives & Missiology - Regnum Studies in Mission
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