Asian Christian networks: transnational structures and geopolitical mappings
Goh, Robbie B. H.
While religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam are still numerically dominant, often overwhelmingly so, in many of the countries of Asia, Evangelical Christianity has been making significant advances in the latter part of the twentieth century and into the twenty-first century, particularly in a number of "hubs" such as South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and the Philippines. These hubs mark the rise of a highly organized, globally networked, and socially transformative vision of Asian Christian identities that, unlike the missionary movements of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, are largely driven by Asian organizations and agencies.
Goh, Robbie B. H. (2004), Asian Christian networks: transnational structures and geopolitical mappings. Journal of Religion & Society, 6.
Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center, Creighton University
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