Transforming Biblical Hermeneutics: The Bible as a Resource for Holistic Renewal in Africa in Light of the Reformation
The Rev. Dr. Kenneth Mtata
General Secretary, Council of Churches in Zimbabwe
Watch 2017 Burgess Lecture
The Global Nature of the Reformation: Why Africa's Contribution Matter
The Rev. Dr. Elieshi Ayo Mungure
Area Secretary for Africa, Department for Mission and Development, Lutheran World Federation, Geneva
Four Horsemen -- The Catastrophic Four Years that Remade the World's Religions
Dr. Philip Jenkins
Distinguished Professor History, Baylor University
Co-Director for Baylor's Program on Historical Studies of Religion in the Institute for Studies of Religion, and
Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Humanities Emeritus at Pennsylvania State University (PSU)
Becoming an Icon of God: Spiritual Foundations of Personal and Ecclesial Mission
William R. Burrows
Research Professor of Missiology in the World Christianity Program, New York Theological Seminary; Managing Editor Emeritus, Orbis Books
“Treasure in Earthen Vessels”: Immigration, Religion and the American Church
Jehu J. Hanciles
Associate Professor of History of Christianity and Globalization, and Director of the Center for Missiological Research, School of Intercultural Studies, Fuller Seminary, Pasadena, Calif.
Mission, Culture and Reign of God
Stephen Bevans, S.V.D.
Louis J. Luzbatek, S.V.D. Professor of Mission and Culture, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, Ill.
Account for the Hope: Mission at Home with Pluralism
Dr. S. Mark Heim
Samuel Abbot Professor of Christian Theology, Andover Newton Theological School
"Account for the Hope: Mission At Home With Pluralism"
The Gospel and Ethics Revisited: Pre-Christendom Faith in a Post-Christendom World
Jonathan J. Bonk
Executive Director, Overseas Ministries Study Center, New Haven, Conn.
The Quotidian and the Mission of the Church: Saving Souls, Feeding Bodies, Healing Lives
Associate Professor of Religion, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa
Healing & Reconciliation: Articulating Misseo Dei Today
Executive Director, Global Mission Unit, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Pluralism, Proselytism and Christian Mission
J. Paul Rajashekar
Dean and Professor of Systematic Theology, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
What Happened to the Christian Home? Controversies over Gender and Mission in the 21st Century
Truman Collins Professor of World Mission, School of Theology, Boston University
The Spirit Moves: Christian Presence and African Responses in Time Perspective
Henry W. Luce Chair for World Christianity and Mission, McCormick Theological Seminary
Mission Evangelism and the ‘McDonaldization’ of the Church of America
Dr. Phillip Bake
Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, Columbia, S.C.
Conversion, Culture and Christian Mission
Professor & Curator, Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World
University of Edinburgh, Scotland; Guest Professor of Ecumenics and Mission, Princeton Theological Seminary, N.J.
The Gospel, Religious Pluralism and Faith Commitment: The Theological Challenges
D. Willis James Professor of Missions and World Christianity; Professor of History
Yale College, New Haven, Conn.
Russian Roots of the American Spirit: Reflections on the Bicentennial of Eastern Orthodoxy in North America
Sterling Professor of History, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
Mission in a Troubled World and Pointers from Experiences in Africa and Eastern Europe
Church of Finland and former Director of Church Cooperation for Lutheran World Federation
Jesus and the Muslim and The Christian Obligation in the Muslim World Today
Honorary Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Oxford, England