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A new series for Regnum

Regnum Practitioner Series

While we delight to serve the academic community, our mission is to enable the global church to better engage in God’s mission in its very diverse contexts.  To do this we seek to bring practitioners and academics together.  Our desire is that this series will bridge the gap that sometimes exists between, on the one hand, Christian leaders and mission practitioners and, on the other, Christian researchers.  Where better to start than with a fresh look at what is required of leadership in Mission and the Church?

               

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Regnum Books International is an imprint of the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies. Our books are the fruit of rigorous research to the highest international standards and demonstrate authentic Christian engagement in the transformation of people and societies throughout the world.

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Recent books from Regnum

Regnum books most recently added to the website:

Presenting Christ to Muslims

Presenting Christ to Muslims
Christian Theologians in Dialogue with Muslims
Mark Beaumont

This is an abridged version of Mark Beaumont’s Regnum book, Christology in Dialogue with Muslims.   It presents an analysis of Christian presentations of Christ for Muslims in the most creative period of Christian-Muslim dialogue, the first half of the ninth and the secon...


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Coming Home

Coming Home
Loss, Grief and Re-entry
Judy Routamaa

Based on qualitative research, this book explores and analyses issues surrounding the re-entry journey of cross-cultural mission workers.  It aims to promote deeper understanding and increased awareness of the complex nature of the re-entry experience, while highlighting that loss and grief ...


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All are Called

All are Called
Mission strategies for Home
Rubem Amorese

So, where are missionaries born?  Where do they come from?  What do they do?  Why do they do what they do?  Missionaries come from Jerusalem, and go to Judea, Samaria and to the whole world, don’t they? But, for Ruebem Amores, Jesus’ command to ‘Go!&r...


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Building Bridges

Building Bridges
From Asian Faiths to Jesus in the Gospels
Bruce Nicholls

In an age of religious confrontation, rationalism and individualism, this book seeks to build bridges of mutual respect between Christians and Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Muslims.  They are encouraged to examine the truths in their scriptures and from their foun...


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The Diaconal Church

The Diaconal Church
Stephanie Dietrich

This book is the third volume on diakonia published by regnum Books.  It follows Diakonia as Christian Social Practice: An Introduction and Diakonia in a Gender Perspective.   For those who believe the church must be active i...


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