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God of the Remnant

Our September book is God of the Remnant: The Plight of Minority Ethnic Groups in Africa by Sunday Agang (LeaderStudies). From a uniquely African perspective, this book demonstrates God’s heart for the weak and suffering and calls the Church to uphold the marginalized.

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Living the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Our August book is Living the Gospel of Jesus Christ: Orthodox and Evangelical Approaches to Discipleship and Christian Formation. Tekle Belachew (LeaderStudies) contributed a chapter. If you’re interested in the Lausanne-Orthodox Initiative and how diverse Christians can serve God together, you’ll find this book helpful.

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Conversion to Islam

Why did non-Muslims convert to Islam during the Middle Ages? How did Muslims at the time receive converts? Our July book, Conversion to Islam by Ayman Ibrahim (LeaderStudies), answers some of these questions.

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The Religious Other

Our June book is The Religious Other, edited by Martin Accad at ABTS (VSI), with a contribution by Havilah Dharamraj (Women’s PeerLeader Forum), published by Langham. This book helps readers gain a rich understanding of Islam through academic essays, poetry, and testimonies from a variety of Majority World and Western perspectives.

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African Public Theology

How can Christians help to overcome problems in their societies? Especially in Africa, what does Christianity have to say to politics, economics, work, poverty, education, and the environment? This month, explore African Public Theology, edited by Sunday Agang (LeaderStudies), which answers some of these questions.

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Journey through the Storm

We celebrate Salim Munayer’s book Journey through the Storm, which tells the story of Musalaha and its role in healing the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Salim (LeaderStudies; ScholarLeader of the Year) founded Musalaha thirty years ago to build bridges across communities in Palestine; this book includes essays, curricula, and interviews that challenge us to act on Christ’s

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Reading Ecclesiastes from Asia and Pasifika

Our March book is Reading Ecclesiastes from Asia and Pasifika, to which Tony Deik (LeaderStudies) from Palestine contributed the chapter, “Justice in Ecclesiastes.” His article seems especially appropriate in this season of Lent, as we reflect on Christ’s suffering and how it should shape our response to others’ suffering. The book is available for free

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Redefining Relationships in Romans

Redefining Relationships in Romans: A Socio-Historical and Political Reading by Zakali Shohe from India (LeaderStudies) helps readers understand how Paul defines relationships within the Imperial Roman context. It uses politics and history to illuminate Romans 12-13 and 15.

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The Kingdom of God in Africa

Wanjiru Gitau (LeaderStudies) and Mark Shaw just published The Kingdom of God in Africa: A History of African Christianity, which tells the story of African Christianity, complete with examples of key people, maps, and statistics. It is currently the only one-volume, up-to-date history of how Christ’s Kingdom has grown on the African continent.

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1 Enoch as Christian Scripture

How do Christians decide what belongs in the Bible? In our first book of the month, 1 Enoch as Christian Scripture: A Study in the Reception and Appropriation of 1 Enoch in Jude and the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Canon, Bruk Ayele Asale, president of Mekane Yesus Seminary (VSI), describes what this can look like for

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Christianity in Northeast India

In his recent book, Christianity in Northeast India, Chongpongmeren Jamir (LeaderStudies) explores how Christianity has grown in Nagaland, which is 90% Christian. He discusses unity, important turning points in Indian church history, and how tribalism and ethnicity have influenced church growth. Chongpongmeren is Associate Professor of Christian History at South Asia Institute of Advanced Christian

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Vers Un Mariage Chrétien Stable

Jean Musavuli (LeaderStudies) from the Democratic Republic of Congo recently co-wrote Vers Un Mariage Chrétien Stable with his wife, Linda, at the request of couples they mentor. It answers questions about relational stability from an African perspective to help Christians build stronger marriages.

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