New and Noteworthy!

Gina Zurlo publishes article in The American Sociologist

By Eva Pascal
July 16th, 2014 in Announcements, Publications, Students.

Gina Zurlo, a CGCM student associate, has just published an article in the online version of The American Sociologist entitled "The Social Gospel, Ecumenical Movement, and Christian Sociology: The Institute of Social and Religious Research" (June 2014). Boston University students can access the journal through JStor and other hosts, and the article... More

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Eva Pascal helps lead a mission and development residency in Thailand

By Eva Pascal
July 16th, 2014 in Announcements, Development, Students.

In January this year Dr. Todd Johnson led a residency study on religion and development in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Dr. Johnson was assisted by CGCM student associate Eva Pascal. The residency study is part of the World Christianity Doctor of Ministry program through the Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. The team of... More

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Chris James presents on mission and spirituality patterns in new churches

By Eva Pascal
July 16th, 2014 in Announcements, Students.

CGCM Student associate Christopher B. James presented a paper at annual meeting of the American Society of Missiology in St. Paul, Minnesota.  His presentation was titled "Patterns in Mission and Spirituality Among New Churches in Seattle" and highlights some of the early findings of his dissertation research. Abstract: Despite distress about mainline... More

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Amos Yong appointed Fuller’s Director of the Center for Missiological Research

By Eva Pascal
June 27th, 2014 in Alumni Profiles and News, Announcements.

Alumnus Dr. Amos Yong has been appointed as the new Director of the Center for Missiological Research and Professor of Theology and Mission at Fuller's School for Intercultural Studies. In his new role, he will also direct the School of Intercultural Studies' PhD program. You can read more about this... More

Alumnus Dr. David Scott publishes article on mission and geographic imagination

By Eva Pascal
June 27th, 2014 in Alumni Profiles and News, Announcements, Publications.

The July 2014 issue of the International Bulletin of Missionary Research contains a new article by alumnus Dr. David Scott, entitled "The Geographic Imagination and the Expansion of Methodist Missions in Southeast Asia," IBMR 38:3 (July 2014): 130–34. Synopsis: Missionary work by the Methodist Episcopal Church began in Southeast Asia in... More