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Dr Ken Miyamoto

Associate Professor of Christian Studies, Kobe Shoin Women?s University, April 2005-present

PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1999; MDiv, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 1989; M A, Graduate School of Language Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 1984; BA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 1978
Associate Professor of Christian Studies, Kobe Shoin Women’s University, April 2005-present
Also: International Association for Mission Studies, Asian Representative, Executive Committee, August 2008- ; Network of Asian Missiologists, Convener, August 2008-
Formerly: Assistant Professor of Christian Studies, Kobe Shoin Women’s University, April 2002-March 2005
Areas: Global Christianity, history and theology of Christian mission, ecumenism, worship and mission, Asian contextual theology, church history in Asia, Christianity on the British Isles religious studies (sociology, phenomenology, anthropology), world religions, Christianity in the Slavic world
Regions: Asia, British Isles, Eastern Europe
Publications: God’s Mission in Asia: A Comparative and Contextual Study of This-Worldly Holiness and the Theology of Missio Dei in M. M. Thomas and C. S. Song. American Society of Missiology Monograph Series I. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2007. Book chapters: “Worship Is Nothing But Mission: A Reflection on Some Japanese Experiences.” In Mission in the Twenty-First Century: Exploring the Five Marks of Global Mission, edited by Andrew Walls and Cathy Ross, 157-64. London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 2008; Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2008; “This-Worldly Holiness and the Missio Dei Concept in Asian Ecumenical Thinking.” In Ecumenical Missiology: Contemporary Trends, Issues and Themes, edited by Lalsangkima Pachuau, 99-128. Bangalore, India: United Theological College, 2002. Journal Articles: “Edinburgh 2010: Its Vision and Preparatory Process” (in Japanese). The Journal of the Japan Missiological Society 3 (2009): 29-58; “A Response to ‘Mission Studies as Intercultural Theology and Its Relationship to Religious Studies’.” Mission Studies 25 (2008): 109-110; “This-Worldly Spirituality in Ecumenical Mission Thinking of Postwar Asia (2)” (in Japanese). Kirisutokyo ronso 38 (March 2007): 35-57

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