In an ideal world, perhaps mission and theology would fit like hand in glove. But evangelical mission can too easily be practiced without theological reflection. And evangelical theological development often takes place in isolation from mission. For example, few theologians seem to read British missionary theologian Lesslie Newbigin whose theological insights are helpful. Conversely, few missionaries seem to read Canadian theologian Clarke Pinnock whose writings have influenced missional thinking about religions.

Maybe, just maybe, iTheology.net can contribute toward bridging this gap between theology and mission. You, the reader, can decide. 


iTheology.net reflects the missional, theological, and geographic location of its author. 

It is linked on mislinks.org at Theology of Mission (under "Articles, Papers, Outlines"), Church Planting Theology (under "Articles, Blogs, Magazines, Reports"), and Japanese Evangelical Contemporary Theology (under "Resources by Continent > Asia”).

The Japanese Evangelical Theology pages are linked on japanharvest.org, the online version of Japan Evangelical Missionary Association’s quarterly magazine.

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