©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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