Presbyterian Mission History (12th of 12): A Bibliography

Below are all the books and articles I could find that illuminate the topic “Two Structures of God’s Redemptive Mission in Presbyterian mission history.” These books and articles are all in my possession. If they are available for sale or on the internet I have linked them to a website for the reader’s convenience.

  • ———. “The Evolving Role of Presbytery after Christendom.” Unpublished (March 23 2005, March 23).
  • ———. “A Mission Funding System for the 21st Century.” In Yale-Edinburgh Study Group, July 1-3: New College, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 2004.

———. “A Recurring Issue of Mission Administration.” Missiology 25, no. 4 (1997): 457-65.

  • Theriault, Judy. “Presbyterian Women: Coffee, Tea, Advocacy? Or Something More?”. Pasadena: Presbyterian Center for Mission Studies, 1995.
  • Theriault, Judy. “Presbyterian Women-Let’s Do It Again!”. Pasadena, CA: Presbyterian Center for Mission Studies, 1995.
  • ———. “The New Missions and the Mission of the Church.” International Review of Mission 60, no. 1 (1971, January): 89-100.
  • ———. “Paul and the Regions Beyond.” Asia Missions Advance  (July 11-15 1979 July 11-15).
  • ———. “The Planting of Younger Missions.” In Christian/Mission Tensions Today, edited by C. Peter Wagner. Grand Rapids: Moody Press, 1972.
  • ———. “A Plea for Mission Orders.” Chicago: COEMAR Conference, August, 1970.
  • ———. “Protestant Mission Societies and the ‘Other Protestant Schism’.” In American Denominational Organization Pasadena: William Carey Library, 1980.
  • ———. “Protestant Mission Societies: The American Experience.” Missiology 7, no. 2 (April 1979): 139-78.

Presbyterian Mission History. This is Blog #12 in a series 12:

  1. What Francis Makemie Envisioned : Beneficial Relationships between Presbyterian Churches and Mission Agencies
  2. What Early Presbyterian Churches Enjoyed: Denominational Support for Voluntary Societies
  3. How the General Assembly of 1837 Expelled 60,000 church members on account of their partnership with mission agencies.
  4. The General Assembly Establishes the Board of Foreign Missions. An Extraordinary Mission Era Begins.
  5. Exemplary Presbyterian Missionaries of the 19th Century
  6. Exemplary Presbyterian Missionaries of the 20th Century
  7. Ninety-Five Notable Presbyterian Missionaries in Gerald Anderson’s Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions
  8. The Extraordinary Rise of Presbyterian Women’s Mission Societies following the Civil War
  9. What the General Assembly of 1902 Endorsed: Recognition and Regulation of “Special Interest Organizations.”
  10. Time to say Good-bye, Perhaps. How Everything Seems to be Ending.
  11. This is not the End. The Holy Spirit Enables New Mission Initiatives.
  12. Presbyterian Mission History: A Bibliography.