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Duraisingh, Christopher (ed.): Called to One Hope. The Gospel in Diverse Cultures. Geneva, WCC, 1998.
The report from the 1996 Salvador world mission conference.
Gospel and Culture pamphlets,Geneva, WCC, 1995 and 1996.
A thematic issue of the International Review of Mission on "Open Space: the African Christian Diaspora in Europe and the Quest for Human Community", July 2000.
A thematic issue of the International Review of Missionon "Towards Fullness of Life". Documents from a missiological consultation. Part 1 is on "Identity and Plurality". October 2002.
Thematic issuesof the International Review of Mission"Mission in secular and postmodern contexts" I: January 2003, II: April 2003.
Yoo-Crowe, Seongja and Crowe, Colville, (eds.): Multicultural Ministry. Report on the First International Network Forum held on 27-29 Nov. 1999 in Sydney, Australia.Sydney, Multicultural Ministry of the Uniting Church of Australia, 2000, 123 pp.
Idem (eds.): Multicultural Ministry. Report on the Second International Network Forum held on 7 – 10 May 2002 at the Redemptorist Center, Pattaya, Thailand.Sydney, International Network Forum on Multicultural Ministry in cooperation with the WCC Mission and Evangelism Team, 2002, 220 p.
Bevans, Stephen B.: Models of Contextual Theology.Maryknoll, NY, Orbis, 2002, revised and expanded edition, Faith and Culture series, 186 p.
Together with Schreiter’s "Constructing Local Theologies" (see below) a classical reference on gospel and cultures.
Legrand, Lucien: The Bible on Culture. Belonging or Dissenting? Maryknoll NY, Orbis, 2000, 190 p.
Essential introduction to this topic. Contains three parts: Israel and the nations; The cultural world of Jesus; and Paul and beyond.
Scherer, James and Bevans, Stephen B. (eds.): New Directions in Mission & Evangelization III. Faith and Culture. Maryknoll, Orbis, 1999, 240 p.
12 individual papers and three documents make this an essential reference book on the subject.
Schreiter, Robert J.: Constructing Local Theologies.Maryknoll NY, Orbis, 1985, 178 p.
A classic reference.
Sedmak, Clemens: Doing Local Theology. A guide for artisans of a new humanity. Maryknoll, NY, Orbis, 2002, 182 p.
Practical guide, including a long part on "little theologies" (stories, symbols, etc.). The author summarizes his results in 50 theses.
Volf, Miroslav: Exclusion and Embrace. A theological exploration of identity, otherness, and reconciliation. Nashville, TN, Abingdon Press, 1996, 336 p.
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