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Dr Stefan Hoeschele

Lecturer in Theology and Mission, Friedensau Adventist University

MA equivalent (Friedensau Adventist University), PhD (University of Malawi)
Lecturer in Theology and Mission, Friedensau Adventist University
Also: Coordinator of a church planting project among the Maasai, North Tanzania
Formerly: Lecturer of Theology, Tanzania Adventist College (now University of Arusha)
Areas: Systematic Theology, Ecumenics, Mission Research Interests Missiology, ecumenics, African Christianity, Adventist history, theology of religions, ecclesiology, soteriology
Publications: Christian Remnant-African Folk Church: Seventh-Day Adventism in Tanzania, 1903-1980.’ Studies in Christian Mission, Leiden: Bril (2007) ‘From the End of the World to the Ends of the Earth: The Development of. Seventh-Day Adventist Missiology.’ Nurnberg: Verlag fur Theologie und Religionswissenschaft (2004). "Elizaphan Bwirima Wanjara"; "Simeon Dea Otieno"; "Petro Kime Risase"; "Ernst Kotz"; "Paulo Saburi Kilonzo"; "Haruni Kija Mashigan"; "Paulo Kajiru Mashambo." in Dictionary of African Christian Biography in 2005-2006. Online: http://ww-w.dacb.org. "Interpreting African Adventism: In Search of a Paradigm." in Mission and Contextualization: Taking the Biblical Message to a Multi-Cultural World. G.A. Klingbeil (ed). Libertador San Martin: River Plate University Press (2004)

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