The Wiley Blackwell Companion to World Christianity

 
 
Wiley-Blackwell (Verlag)
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The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to World Christianity presents a collection of essays that explore a range of topics relating to the rise, spread, and influence of Christianity throughout the world.
* Features contributions from renowned scholars of history and religion from around the world
* Addresses the origins and global expansion of Christianity over the course of two millennia
* Covers a wide range of themes relating to Christianity, including women, worship, sacraments, music, visual arts, architecture, and many more
* Explores the development of Christian traditions over the past two centuries across several continents and the rise in secularization
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Lamin Sanneh is the D. Willis James Professor of World Christianity and of History at Yale University. He is the author of more than 200 articles and a dozen books on Islam and Christianity.
Michael McClymond is Professor of Modern Christianity at Saint Louis University. He is the author of Familiar Stranger: An Introduction to Jesus of Nazareth (2004), editor of The Encyclopedia of Religious Revivals in America (2007), and co-author of The Theology of Jonathan Edwards (2012).
  • Intro
  • Series
  • Title page
  • Copyright
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Abbreviations
  • CHAPTER 1 Introduction
  • "World Christianity" and Its Alternatives
  • Organization of the Volume
  • A "Word-Cloud" Analysis of the Text
  • Ten Themes in the Essays
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • I. Historical Section
  • A. The Roots (50-1750 CE)
  • CHAPTER 2 Jewish and Hellenic Worlds and Christian Origins
  • The Greek Bible
  • Translating Deities
  • New Philosophical Concepts
  • Natural Theology
  • The Immortality of the Soul
  • The Common Ethic
  • The Limits of Assimilation
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 3 The "Triumph" of Hellenization in Early Christianity
  • Hellenization of Post-Exilic Judaism
  • Hellenization of Early Christianity
  • Hellenization and Contextual Theology
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 4 Ancient Eastern Christianity
  • Earliest Asian Christianity
  • India
  • Early Theologies and Theologians in Asia
  • Religious Pressures and Persecutions: Zoroastrian and Muslim
  • Earliest Chinese Christianity
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 5 Christianity and the European Conversions
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 6 Byzantium and Islam in the Mediterranean World
  • Early Contacts, 632-842
  • Byzantine Response, 842-1025
  • Seljuk and Ottoman Turks, 1071-1453
  • Political Contacts
  • Polemics
  • Conclusions
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 7 The Medieval Synthesis
  • Carolingian Christendom: The First Medieval Synthesis
  • Ninth-Early Tenth Centuries: Disintegration of the First Europe
  • Late Tenth-Eleventh Centuries: From Apocalypse to a New Synthesis
  • Twelfth-Thirteenth Centuries: The Third Medieval Synthesis
  • Fourteenth-Fifteenth Centuries: The Return of the Apocalypse and Later Medieval Spirituality
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 8 Early Modern Missions and Maritime Expansion
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • The Americas
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 9 Bibles, Printing, Books, Churches
  • Before the Reformation
  • Print and Protestantism
  • The Authorized Bible and Its Rivals
  • The Afterlife of the KJV
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 10 The Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Reformation
  • The Catholic Reformation
  • Contrasts and Similarities
  • Bibliography
  • B. Issues in the Modern Period (1750-2000 CE)
  • CHAPTER 11 The Legacy of Christendom
  • The Rise of Christendom
  • The Nightmare of Christendom
  • Europe as Christendom
  • Christendom Endures
  • A Next Christendom?
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 12 Slavery, Antislavery, and Christianity
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 13 Medicine, Agriculture, and Technology in the Missionary Enterprise
  • General Considerations
  • Historical aspects
  • Missiological Issues
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 14 Schools and Education in ?the Missionary Enterprise
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 15 Conversion, Converts, and National Identity
  • Conversion, Converts, and Community
  • Conversion in History
  • Conversion and Evangelicalism
  • Biblical Conversion
  • Conversion and Pentecostal/Charismatic Identity
  • Conversion, Christendom, and National Identity
  • Modern Evangelicalism
  • Conversion, Identity, and Primal Cultures
  • Conversion, Rewards, and Contemporary Pentecostalism
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 16 Church and State Relations in?the Colonial Period
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 17 Ideologies, the Quest for a Just Society, and Christian Responses
  • Introduction
  • Conflicts between Christianity and Ideology: A General Typology
  • Deepening Our Understanding of Ideologies: The (Often Ill-Conceived) Quest for a Better World
  • Christian Responses to the Challenge of Ideologies
  • The Future of Ideology
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 18 The Ecumenical Movement: Why Violence, Why Not Peace?
  • Missionary Roots
  • Social Concerns
  • Christian Unity
  • New Beginnings: The World Council of Churches
  • A Growing Movement
  • Mission
  • Faith and Order
  • Life and Work
  • Church Unity
  • Ecumenical Movement without Borders
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 19 Vatican II
  • Terms and Theology
  • Key Areas of Renewal and Inculturation in the Post-Vatican II Era
  • Vatican II's Renewal and Inculturation: An Unfinished Project
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 20 Christian Revival and Renewal Movements
  • The Evangelical Awakening in Britain and the Great Awakening ?in America
  • The Second Great Awakening in North America, 1790s-1840s
  • The Transatlantic Holiness Movement of the Nineteenth Century
  • Revivals in the Pacific Islands, Wales, and Korea, 1800-1910
  • North America: Early Pentecostalism, 1901-1940
  • North America: The Latter Rain Revival, 1940s, and Charismatic Renewal, 1960s-1970s
  • North America: The "Third Wave" of the Holy Spirit, 1980s-1990s
  • Twentieth-Century Revivals in Africa
  • Twentieth-Century Revivals in China and Korea
  • Twentieth-Century Revivals in Indonesia
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • II. Thematic Section
  • CHAPTER 21 Bible Translation, Culture, ?and Religion
  • Missionary Awakening
  • Indigenizing Theology
  • Indigenous Liberation
  • Encounter and Reciprocity
  • Function of Translation
  • Renewal and the Cultural Impetus
  • Assessment
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 22 Christianity and Interreligious Encounters
  • Introduction
  • The New Testament and the Church Fathers
  • Later Catholic and Protestant Encounters: Catholic Encounters
  • Later Catholic and Protestant Encounters: Protestant Encounters
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 23 Women in Church, State, and Society
  • Early Christianity through Fourth Century
  • Fifth through Ninth Centuries
  • Tenth to Fifteenth Centuries
  • European Expansion and the Reformation
  • Eighteenth to Twenty-First Centuries: Women Align for Social Reform
  • Negotiating Boundaries: Social Change and Domesticity
  • Ordination/Pastorship as the Last Liturgical Frontier
  • Conclusion: Women, Patterns of Ambiguity, and New Options
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 24 Worship, Liturgy, Sacraments
  • Worship
  • Liturgy
  • Sacraments
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 25 Freedom, Persecution, and the Status of Christian Minorities
  • Religious Human Rights in the Dickensian Era
  • Religious Freedom and International Law
  • What Are Religious Rights?
  • Freedom and Persecution of Christian Minorities: The Situation ?on the Ground
  • Religious Rights as Human Rights
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 26 Christianity and "Western Classical" Music (1700-2000)
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 27 Music in the New Churches
  • Music
  • Creativity
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • The Americas
  • Summary of Factors Influencing Indigenous Creativity
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 28 Visual Arts in World Christianity
  • Towards a Theoretical Framework
  • Christian Art in Asia
  • Christian Art in Africa
  • Christian Art in Latin America
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 29 Church Architecture Worldwide since 1800
  • Temple and Meetinghouse
  • Scholarly Approaches to Church Architecture
  • Reform Movements in Christian Worship
  • Classical Tradition
  • Gothic Revival
  • Intentional Contextualization
  • Modernism and Contextualization
  • Monumental Mega-Churches
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 30 Charismatic Gifts
  • Was There a Twentieth-Century "Revival" of Charismatic Gifts?
  • The Practices of Divine Healing
  • The Gift of Tongues
  • The Gift of Prophecy
  • Exorcism or Deliverance from Evil Spirits
  • Conclusion: On Spiritual Improvisation
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 31 Changing Uses of Old and New Media in World Christianity
  • Introduction: Outline and Definitions
  • Histories
  • Productions
  • Receptions
  • Conclusion: Media Innovations and World Christianity
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 32 Global Evangelical and Pentecostal Politics
  • The Globalization of Christianity
  • Global Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism
  • Christianity and Islam: Law, Territory, and Power
  • Political Dimensions of Proselytization and Conversion
  • Southern Christianity and Violence
  • A New Christendom?
  • Christian Zionism in the Third World?
  • Protestantism in the Global South and Democracy
  • Bibliography
  • III. Christianity since 1800 An Analysis by Region and Traditions
  • CHAPTER 33 The Middle East and North Africa, I
  • Arab conquest of North Africa
  • Copts under Muslim rulers
  • Christianity in the Modern Era
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 34 The Middle East and ?North Africa, II
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 35 African Christianity
  • Introduction
  • Turning Point
  • Catholic Missions in West and East Africa
  • New Beginning: Protestant Initiatives in West Africa
  • Antislavery Movements and Return of Former Slaves to Africa
  • Eighteenth-Century African Christian Leaders
  • Missions and African Rights in South Africa
  • Mission Reframed: African Recovery
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 36 Christianity in Western Europe
  • Historical Introduction
  • Bodies of Christ: Models of the Church
  • Secularization: From Cathedrals to Cults?
  • Beyond the Secular? Transformations of Christianity in the West
  • Christianity as Heritage?
  • Away from the State?
  • Conversion and Charisma?
  • A New Mission Field?
  • Concluding Remarks
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 37 Russia and Eastern Europe
  • Historical Experience
  • Russia
  • Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century
  • Theology and Spiritualit
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 38 Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Colonial Origins
  • The Challenges of Independence and Liberalism
  • Twentieth-Century Changes in Catholicism
  • Protestant and Pentecostal Growth in Latin America
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 39 North America
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 40 South Asia
  • Syrian and Roman Catholic Integration
  • Protestants, Textuality, and Knowledge
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 41 China
  • Protestant Beginnings, 1800-1860
  • Institution-Building and Local Conflict, 1860-1900
  • The Precommunist "Golden Age" of Christianity in China, 1900-1925
  • Multiple Challenges, 1925-1950
  • The Church 1950-1978: Control and Coercion
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 42 Korea, Japan, the Philippines, and Southeast Asia
  • Southeast Asia
  • The Philippines
  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 43 Christianity in Australia and Oceania (ca. 1800-2000)
  • Introduction
  • Origins
  • Colonial Constructions
  • Consolidating "Christian" Countries
  • The Experience of Christianity by Indigenous Peoples
  • Wars and Depression
  • The 1950s
  • Pentecostal and Charismatic Developments
  • The Resurgence of Conservative Evangelicalism
  • The Recovery of a Christian Social Conscience
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 44 The Historical Development of Christianity in Oceania
  • Introduction to the Region
  • The Dawn of a New Era: The Advent of Christianity and Mission ?Work in the Pacific
  • Polynesia: Early Phases of Christianization (ca. 1800s)
  • Micronesia: The Micro-Island Atoll States
  • Melanesia: Late Beginnings (ca. 1830s)
  • Colonialism, Resistance, and the Church
  • Developments since World War II
  • Ecumenism and Contextual Theologies
  • The Church in Post-Independence Politics
  • Globalization and the Re-shaping of Christianity (1960s-present)
  • Outlook
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 45 Roman Catholicism since 1800
  • Vatican I: 1869-1870
  • Modernism
  • Currents of Renewa
  • Vatican II: 1962-1965
  • A World Church
  • Pope John Paul II: 1978-2005
  • Pope Benedict XVI: 2005-2013
  • Pope Francis: 2013-
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 46 Orthodoxy and Eastern Christianity
  • The Origin of the Term Orthodoxy
  • Families of Orthodox Churches
  • The Non-Chalcedonian Orthodox Churches
  • The Orthodox Churches and "The Unia"
  • The Organization of the Ancient Eastern Church in Patriarchates
  • The three autonomous orthodox churches
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 47 Anglicanism
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 48 Protestantism
  • The Historical Origins of Protestantism
  • The First Phase of the Reformation: Luther, Zwingli, and Calvin
  • The Second Phase of the Reformation: Confessionalization
  • The English Reformation: Anglicanism
  • The European Wars of Religion
  • Protestantism in America
  • Beyond the West: Protestant Missionary Movements
  • The Two Basic Ideas of Protestantism
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 49 Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity
  • Defining Pentecostalism
  • Pentecostalism in the Global South
  • Pentecostalism in the North
  • Pentecostalism as an Attraction to Global Communities
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 50 Indigenous and Vernacular Christianity
  • Independent Initiatives
  • Indigenous and Vernacular Christianity in Africa
  • Typology
  • Brief history by geographical region
  • Indigenous and Vernacular Christianity in Latin America
  • Indigenous and Vernacular Christianity in Asia
  • Conclusion
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • IV. Expansion and Secularization A Demographic and Statistical Analysis
  • CHAPTER 51 The Transmission of Christian Faith: A Reflection
  • Islam Compared to Christianity: Progressive versus Serial Expansion
  • Christianity's Shifting Center of Gravity
  • Christendom Encounters the New World
  • Christianity without Christendom
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 52 The Demographics and Dynamics of the World Christian Movement
  • The 2,000-year View
  • Documenting the Statistical Center of Gravity of Christianity
  • Following the Trajectory
  • Early Christian Expansion, AD 33-AD 600
  • Christianity Moves Decidedly North and West, AD 600-AD 1500
  • Christianity Begins to Move to the South, AD 1500-AD 1970
  • 2,000 Years of North and South
  • The 100-year View
  • Features of the Present Southeastern Trajectory
  • Theological Implications of the Trajectory
  • Translation as a Central Feature
  • Whom Shall We Send?
  • Features of World Christianity
  • Conclusion
  • Note
  • Bibliography
  • CHAPTER 53 Christianity in Europe and North America
  • Historical Patterns
  • Revolutions and Migrations
  • Differences and Contrasts
  • Secularization
  • Overview
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • EULA

Notes on Contributors


  1. Allan H. Anderson is Professor of Mission and Pentecostal Studies at the University of Birmingham, England, where he has been since 1995. He is author of many articles, editor of three collections, and author of nine books on global Pentecostalism and African Christianity, the most recent being Spreading Fires (2007), To the Ends of the Earth (2013), and the second edition of An Introduction to Pentecostalism (2014).
  2. Anna Anisi, PGDip Dev Studies, University of the South Pacific, Fiji, is a research assistant at the Institute of Research and Social Analysis of the Pacific Theological College, Suva, Fiji.
  3. J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, PhD, is Baeta-Grau Professor of Contemporary African Christianity and Pentecostal/Charismatic Theology in Africa at the Trinity Theological Seminary, Accra, Ghana. His teaching areas include non-Western Christianity and Theology and Media in Africa. Kwabena has served as visiting scholar to the Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard University (2004); Luther Seminary, Saint Paul (2007); and Senior Resident Scholar at the Overseas Ministries Study Center (2012). He is a member of the Lausanne Theology Working Group and a Trustee of the Oxford Center for Mission Studies, UK. Kwabena is author of: African Charismatics: Current Developments within Independent Indigenous Pentecostalism in Ghana (2005); Christianity, Missions and Ecumenism in Ghana (2009); Strange Warmth: Wesleyan Perspectives on Renewal, Ministry and Discipleship (2011); co-editor with Frieder Ludwig of African Christian Presence in the West: New Immigrant Congregations and Transnational Networks in North America and Europe (2011); Contemporary Pentecostal Christianity: Interpretations from an African Context (2013); and many articles in international journals relating to his fields of research.
  4. David R. Bains is Professor of Religion at Samford University. His current research includes Religious Capital: Building National Houses of Worship in Washington, DC. He is co-chair of the American Academy of Religion's Space, Place, and Religion Group.
  5. Daniel H. Bays is Professor of History Emeritus at Calvin College, Grand Rapids. His major works include Christianity in China: From the Eighteenth Century until the Present, editor (1996); and A New History of Christianity in China (2012).
  6. George Berbary is a priest in the Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch, the Archdiocese of Mount Lebanon. He was born in Beirut in 1968. He works as a researcher at the Institute of History, Archaeology and Near Eastern Studies (IOHANES) at the University of Balamand. He studied theology at the University of Balamand, and Ecumenical Studies at the Ecumenical Institute of Bossey - the World Council of Churches. He contributed, with the university president, to the publication of two books on Patriarch Ignatius IV (Hazim). He is the publisher of Orthodox Historians' Contribution in Historiography and has written numerous articles and studies on history and on manuscripts. He is part of a team currently working on the architecture of the Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch (ARPOA).
  7. Govert Buijs studied political science, philosophy and theology at various institutions and currently holds the Abraham Kuyper Chair for political philosophy in relation to religion at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. His research interests concern the role of religion and morality in the interplay of politics, civil society and the market. Recent research focuses on the socio-political impact of the Christian concept of agape/caritas.
  8. Jan van Butselaar studied theology in Amsterdam (Free University) and Geneva (Bossey). He received his doctoral degree in Leiden, The Netherlands; his thesis was entitled "Africains, missionnaires et colonialistes. Les origines de l'Église Presbytérienne du Mozambique (Mission Suisse), 1880-1896." He has lectured at the theological colleges in Butare, Rwanda, and Rikatla, Mozambique. Later, he became general secretary of The Netherlands Missionary Council and of the International Association of Mission Studies. He has also been a consultant for the mission department of the World Council of Churches.
  9. Simon Coleman is Chancellor Jackman Professor at the Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto. He is an anthropologist who works on charismatic Christianity and pilgrimage, and has conducted fieldwork in Sweden, the United Kingdom, and Nigeria. He is a former editor of the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, and a current co-editor of the journal Religion and Society: Advances in Research.
  10. John J. Collins is Holmes Professor of Old Testament Criticism and Interpretation at Yale University. His books include The Apocalyptic Imagination (revised edition, 1998), Between Athens and Jerusalem. Jewish Identity in the Hellenistic Diaspora (revised edition, 2000), Beyond the Qumran Community (2010) and The Dead Sea Scrolls: A Biography (2012). He is editor of The Oxford Handbook of Apocalyptic Literature (2014) and co-?editor of The Dictionary of Early Judaism (2010) and The Oxford Handbook of the Dead Sea Scrolls (2010).
  11. Stephen Dove is an Assistant Professor of History at Centre College in Danville. His current research project examines the interaction of local and foreign forces in the early development of Guatemalan Protestantism. He earned his PhD from the University of Texas at Austin and his MDiv from Fuller Theological Seminary.
  12. Angelyn Dries is Professor Emerita, Department of Theological Studies, Saint Louis University, where she held the Danforth Chair in the Humanities. Her extensive publications and university courses have focused on Missions History, World Christianity, and Women in Mission. Her book, The Missionary Movement in American Catholic History (1998), was the first comprehensive history of Catholic missions to, within, and from the United States. She is a contributing editor for International Bulletin of Missionary Research.
  13. Manfred Ernst, Dipl Pol PhD, University of Hamburg, is the Director of the Institute for Research and Social Analysis (IRSA) of the Pacific Theological College in Suva, Fiji. Doctor Ernst is a social scientist and has published several books, both as author, co-author or editor on a variety of subjects, mainly related to socio-economic political development issues, and sociology of religion. In Oceania he is best known for his research and publications on rapidly growing religious groups.
  14. Norman Etherington, AM, is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Western Australia and a Research Associate at the University of South Africa. A past president of the Australian Historical Association, he is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and the Royal Historical Society, UK. In 2012 he was made a member of the Order of Australia. He edited Missions and Empire (2007).
  15. Felipe Fernandez-Armesto joined the History Department at the University of Notre Dame in 2009, after occupying chairs at Tufts University and the University of London. Previously he taught at Oxford University, where he did his undergraduate and doctoral studies. He has had visiting appointments at many universities and research institutes in Europe and the Americas, and holds honorary doctorates from La Trobe University and the Universidad de los Andes. His books include: The Canary Islands after the Conquest (1982), Before Columbus: Exploration and Colonization from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic 1229-1492 (1987), The Spanish Armada (1990), Columbus (1991), Millennium: A History of Our Last Thousand Years (1995), Reformation: Christianity & the World 1500-2000 (1996) (co-authored with Derek Wilson), Truth: A History and a Guide for the Perplexed (1997), Civilizations (2000), Food: A History (published as Near a Thousand Tables in the United States/Canada) (2001), The Americas: A Hemispheric History (2003), Ideas That Changed the World (2003), Humankind: A Brief History (2004), Pathfinders: A Global History of Exploration (2006), The World: A Brief History (2007), Amerigo: The Man Who Gave His Name to America (2007), 1492: The Year the World Began (2009), and Our America: A Hispanic History of the United States (2014).
  16. Lori Ferrell is Professor of Early Modern British History and Literature in the School of Arts and Humanities, Claremont Graduate University. In addition to many articles and essays on the cultural history of the English Bible she is the author of The Bible and the People (2009) and the editor of Volume 11 of The Oxford Sermons of John Donne: Sermons Delivered at St Paul's Cathedral (forthcoming).
  17. Paul Freston is Chair in Religion and Politics in Global Context at the Balsillie School of International Affairs and Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada. He has worked on religion and politics; evangelicalism in the global south; and religion and globalization. His books include: Evangelicals and Politics in Asia, Africa and Latin America (2001); Protestant Political Parties: a Global Survey (2004); and Evangelical Christianity and Democracy in Latin America (2008).
  18. Martin Ganeri is Vice-Regent of Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford. His research has focused on...

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