By 2030, China will likely surpass the US as the country with the world’s largest Christian population. Yet, today many Chinese view Christianity as a “Western” religion, “bad for China,” or a ruse for the superstitious. ScholarLeader Xue Xiaxia hopes to set the record straight.
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With 350 contributors (including 24 ScholarLeaders) from 50 countries, this exciting new resource provides unique African perspectives, connects Scripture to distinct African contexts, and relates biblical truth to traditional African wisdom. ScholarLeaders John Jusu (Supervising Editor) and Gladys Mwiti served on the Editorial Board, chaired by ScholarLeaders Board Chair Tite Tiénou. Watch Gladys explain the value of this volume here.
In the latest Bible Study Magazine feature, ScholarLeader Kip Yip Louie, Professor of Theology at China Graduate School of Theology, discusses how the Church can bridge cultural gaps to reach younger generations in Hong Kong.
In this French volume, ScholarLeader Abel Ngarsoulede, President of Shalom Evangelical School of Theology in Chad, explores the rising secularization in African societies and how the Church can respond.
Discover how ScholarLeader Gloria Calib’s surprising research findings are guiding her mission mobilization efforts in one of the world’s most restricted contexts here.
ScholarLeaders Board Member John Azumah outlines five forms of Islam (missionary, mystical, ideological, militant, and progressive), and suggests how Christians might respond as bridge-builders and peacemakers. Read more.
There are reports of thousands coming to Christ in India, but how might the Church address rising “re-conversions” to Hinduism? Learn about ScholarLeader Manohar James’ distinctive vision and approach here.