InSights Grants fund gifted Majority World scholars to conduct research, write books and articles, and publish their work in service to the Church and society.
Dr. Daniel Salinas received support for a writing sabbatical to complete his latest book, Taking Up the Mantle: Latin American Evangelical Theology in the 20th Century (Langham, 2017). This work will serve as a textbook throughout Central and South America, providing a historical overview of the development of the dominant theological streams in the region including both Liberation Theology and the evangelical theologies that have matured during the same time period. Daniel serves as the Coordinator for Theological Education at United World Mission.
Dr. Athena Gorospe received support during her sabbatical year in the UK and the US as she completed several writing projects related to migration and God’s justice — including “What Does the Bible Say About Migration: Three Approaches to the Old Testament” in God at the Borders: Globalization, Migration, and the Diaspora (OMF Literature, 2015) — and contributions to three forthcoming commentaries on the Books of Judges and Job, as well as to the God’s Justice Bible (Zondervan, 2016). Athena serves as Associate Professor of Old Testament and Research Director at Asian Theological Seminary in Manila, Philippines.
The Centre for South Asia Research at the South Asia Institute of Advanced Christian Studies (SAIACS) offers fellowships to South Asian scholars, enabling them to finalize advanced research and complete writing projects. The Centre is a collaborative project with SAIACS, Theological Book Network, and ScholarLeaders International. Learn more about these fully funded fellowships here.