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Dr Kenneth Ross

Parish Minister, The Netherlorn Churches, Argyll, Scotland


BA (with distinction), University of Edinburgh, 1979; BD (with First Class Honours in Ecclesiastical History), University of Edinburgh, 1982; Doctor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, 1987
Parish Minister, The Netherlorn Churches, Argyll, Scotland
Also: Honorary Fellow, School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh
Publications: Edinburgh 2010: Fresh Perspectives on Christian Mission, Pasadena: William Carey International University, 2010, pp. i-v + 100; With James L. Wilkie, “Edinburgh 1910 and Scottish Experience of Serving in Mission 1950 to 2000”, Missionalia, Vol. 38/1 (April 2010), pp. 54-68; Edinburgh 2010: New Directions for Church in Mission, Pasadena: William Carey International University, 2010, pp. i-vii + 103; “Edinburgh 1910: Scottish Roots and Contemporary Challenges”, Theology in Scotland, Vol. XVII/1 (Spring 2010), pp. 5-21; With Todd M. Johnson, “The Making of the Atlas of Global Christianity”, International Bulletin of Missionary Research, Vol. 34 No. 1 (January 2010), pp. 12-16; With David A. Kerr, “La Conférence Missionaire Mondiale d’Edimbourg en 1910: Ses Huit Commissions dans leur Contexte Historique et leur Signification Permanente”, in Histoire et Missions Chrétiennes, No. 13 (Mars 2010), pp. 5-32; Ed with Todd M. Johnson, Atlas of Global Christianity 1910-2010, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009, pp. i-xix + 361; “Edinburgh 1910: A Defining Moment”, in T.M. Johnson & K.R. Ross ed., Atlas of Global Christianity, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009, pp. xvi-xvii; With Kirsteen Kim, “Edinburgh 1910 and 2010: Centenary Assessment and Mission Renewal”, One in Christ, Vol. 43/2 (Winter 2009), pp. 113-135; “From Edinburgh 1910 to Edinburgh 2010”, in Mogens S. Mogensen ed., Edinburgh 1910 – 100 Ar Efter: Fra Autoritet til Autencitet i Mission, Fredericksberg: Dansk Missionsrad, 2009, pp. 8-46; “Old Church and New Evangelism: A Scottish Perspective on Christian Mission in Today’s Europe”, Missiology: An International Review, Vol. XXXVII (October 2009), pp. 511-525; Edinburgh 2010: Springboard for Mission, Pasadena: William Carey International University, 2009, pp. i-ii + 82; Edited with David A. Kerr, Edinburgh 2010: Mission Then and Now, Oxford: Regnum, 2009; With David A. Kerr, “The Edinburgh 1910 World Missionary Conference: Its Eight Commissions in Historical Context and their Continuing Significance”, in D.A. Kerr & K.R. Ross ed., Edinburgh 2010: Mission Then and Now, Oxford: Regnum, 2009, pp. 1-20. With David A. Kerr, “The Commissions After a Century”, in D.A. Kerr & K.R. Ross ed., Edinburgh 2010: Mission Then and Now, Oxford: Regnum, 2009, pp. 305-317

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