The newest Acta Missiologiae vol 6/2018 came out less than a month ago. It offers the readers reflections of different Christian scholars and practitioners on how the words of faiths can be transformed into lived faith, becoming relevant for the societies in Central and Eastern Europe that face mass labour emigration, xenophobia, nationalism, political capriciousness and crisis in education.
Dear CEEAMS members,
We encourage you to introduce your local libraries to Acta Missiologiae and invite them to subscribe!
Acta Missiologiae is an interdenominational, peer-reviewed, missiological journal with a particular focus on Central and Eastern Europe. Intentionally interconfessional, it seeks to balance Orthodox, Roman Catholic, mainline Protestant, and Evangelical Charismatic perspectives. Acta Missiologiae seeks to address academic as well as practical issues. The journal assists missiologists and church leaders to keep current in their missiological thinking through articles, book reviews and can serve as a resource for those teaching missiology. Acta Missiologiae exists to provide a meeting place for reflection on missiological issues and mission practice in Central and Eastern Europe. Acta Missiologiae is published once a year by the Central and Eastern European Association for Mission Studies (CEEAMS).