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Dr Arun Jones

Dan and Lillian Associate Professor of World Evangelism, Candler School of Theology, Emory University

PhD (2001, Princeton Theological Seminary); MDiv (1988, Yale University Divinity School); BA (1980, Yale University)
Dan and Lillian Associate Professor of World Evangelism, Candler School of Theology, Emory University
Formerly: John W. and Helen Lancaster Associate Professor of Missions and Evangelism, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, TX. 2002-2010; Pastor, The Indian Mills United Methodist Church, Shamong, NJ. 2001-2002; Teaching Fellow, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1996 - 2000; Pastor, The Bloomfield United Methodist Church, Bloomfield, CT. 1988-1995; Missionary in the Philippines, The General Board of Global Ministries of The United Methodist Church. 1981-1984
Areas: Evangelism, Church and Ministry, Church history
Research: History of the church in North India in the 19th and 20th centuries
Regions: India, Philippines
Publications: Forthcoming: “Pandita Ramabai,” in Taylor, Marion, ed., Dictionary of Women Interpreters of the Bible (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic Press, 2011); Forthcoming: “South Asia,” in Farhadian, Charles, ed., Introducing World Christianity (Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Publishers, 2011); “Playing with Fire,” in Akinade, Akintunde E., ed., A New Day: Essays in Honor of Lamin Sanneh (Hamburg: Peter Lang, 2010), 209-224; “Jesus in Banaras,” Insights 125:2 (Spring 2010):37-40; “Faces of Pentecostalism in North India Today,” Society 46:6 (November/December 2009):504-509; “Movement and Institution in Methodist Missions,” in Anderson, Gerald H. and Darrell L. Whiteman, ed., World Mission in the Wesleyan Spirit (Franklin, TN: Providence Publishing, 2009), 165-173; “The Great Revival of 1907 as a Phenomenon in Korean Religions,” Journal of World Christianity 2:1 (2009):82-110; “Theological Themes,” Lectionary Homiletics 19:2 (Feb. – Mar. 2008):37-38, 46-47, 54, 62-63, 72-73;

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