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This index section presents the list of names, terms and concepts of Christian missions. The number of academic studies on Christian mission has exploded during the last couple of decades. Carried out in many different fields and disciplines, studies on Christian missions have different and even opposing perspectives on mission. Common to most studies of Christian missions, however, is the way they have tended to follow national and denominational boundaries. This book titled Protestant Missions and Local Encounters in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries addresses an important but largely neglected aspect of Christian mission: its transnational character. The contributions are written by an interdisciplinary group of scholars from various European countries and North America.

Keywords:Christian missions; local encounters

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