About the Journal

The Journal of the Evangelical Missiological Society is a peer reviewed publication of the Evangelical Missiological Society, a professional network committed to facilitating scholarly support of the Great Commission. We publish contributions in the multi-disciplinary field of missiology, including biblical theology of mission, history of Christian mission, cultural anthropology, sociology, world religions, and mission practice. The journal is published twice annually in the Fall and Spring.

Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): Contemporary Issues in Evangelical Missiology

The Spring 2022 edition of JEMS looks at a number of issues in evangelical missiology. Some articles are more theological in nature including: reflections on St. Basil's fourth-century theology of evangelism and social action; creativity in the work of mission; a discussion of how much knowledge of Christ is needed for salvation; and a theological assessment of the prosperity gospel in German churches. Other articles are more practical and discuss ministry to Muslims in the city of Chicago and reflect on the state of church planting in North America. One author engages the reality of technostress for missionaries. Finally, this edition contains two book reviews on recent works in theology of mission and missiology. 

Published: 2022-02-23
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