Configuring Missiology: Reading Classified Bibliographies as Disciplinary Maps La configuration de la missiologie lire les bibliographies organisées comme des cartes de disciplines scientifiques Missiologie strukturieren: Das Lesen klassifizierter Bibliografien als Karten der Disziplin Configurar Misiología: Leer Bibliografías Clasificadas como Mapas Disciplinarios

Configuring Missiology: Reading Classified Bibliographies as Disciplinary Maps La configuration... ©2006 Koninklijke Brill NV also available online Mission Studies 23.2 see: www.brill.nl * Stanley H. Skreslet is F.S. Royster Professor of Christian Missions at Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education, Richmond, Virginia. Address: 3401 Brook Road, Richmond, VA 23227, USA. E-mail: Skreslet@union-psce.edu. 1 An earlier form of this paper was presented to the Richmond (VA) Forum on Mission and Missiology. I am grateful to respondents Richard Haney and Caleb Oladipo for their helpful and insightful comments on that occasion, as well as to Union-PSCE librar- ians Joe Coalter and Paula Skreslet, both of whom have given me the bene fi t of their considerable bibliographic and theological expertise. I wish also to thank missiologist Michael Laffarian for his close reading of this essay at a later stage of its development. Con fi guring Missiology: Reading Classi fi ed Bibliographies as Disciplinary Maps S TANLEY H. S KRESLET * ABSTRACT As the academic fi eld of missiology has matured over the past century, nearly every- thing about the discipline became more complex. Clearly, the fi eld has expanded beyond the boundaries of applied theology. Among its practitioners today are both secular observers and scholars who are http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mission Studies Brill

Configuring Missiology: Reading Classified Bibliographies as Disciplinary Maps La configuration de la missiologie lire les bibliographies organisées comme des cartes de disciplines scientifiques Missiologie strukturieren: Das Lesen klassifizierter Bibliografien als Karten der Disziplin Configurar Misiología: Leer Bibliografías Clasificadas como Mapas Disciplinarios

Mission Studies, Volume 23 (2): 171 – Jan 1, 2006

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©2006 Koninklijke Brill NV also available online Mission Studies 23.2 see: www.brill.nl * Stanley H. Skreslet is F.S. Royster Professor of Christian Missions at Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education, Richmond, Virginia. Address: 3401 Brook Road, Richmond, VA 23227, USA. E-mail: Skreslet@union-psce.edu. 1 An earlier form of this paper was presented to the Richmond (VA) Forum on Mission and Missiology. I am grateful to respondents Richard Haney and Caleb Oladipo for their helpful and insightful comments on that occasion, as well as to Union-PSCE librar- ians Joe Coalter and Paula Skreslet, both of whom have given me the bene fi t of their considerable bibliographic and theological expertise. I wish also to thank missiologist Michael Laffarian for his close reading of this essay at a later stage of its development. Con fi guring Missiology: Reading Classi fi ed Bibliographies as Disciplinary Maps S TANLEY H. S KRESLET * ABSTRACT As the academic fi eld of missiology has matured over the past century, nearly every- thing about the discipline became more complex. Clearly, the fi eld has expanded beyond the boundaries of applied theology. Among its practitioners today are both secular observers and scholars who are

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