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Welcome to Regnum Books

Friends, may I present a modest New Year gift to you, who are engaging in theological education in this changing landscape of global Christianity?

As I did earlier for the Orthodox Handbook on Ecumenism, I am now releasing the first volume of this mini-TE series: The Handbook of Theological Education in World Christianity

You can download the full text over 800 pages, and the contributors are drawn from a wide range of geographical and ecclesial spectrum of today’s Christianity. This is an ongoing gift from Regnum Books as we are committed to exercise ‘mission hospitality’: mission doesn’t have to be expensive!

Use this link to download the pdf.

Blessings, Wonsuk Ma

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