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Studies in World Christianity

Studies in World Christianity  
Discipline Religious Studies
Language English
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Triannually
ISSN 1354-9901 (print)
1750-0230 (web)
OCLC no. 52322269
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Studies in World Christianity is an academic journal which examines the development of Christianity worldwide, in particular the impact of new forms of Christianity emerging in traditionally non-Christian cultures and new forms of non-Western religious cultures arising from Christianisation in the non-Western world. It includes a review of new publications relevant to the study of world religion. The journal is published three times a year in April, August and December by Edinburgh University Press in association with The Centre for the Study of World Christianity at the University of Edinburgh.

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  • Studies in World Christianity at Project Muse

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