Edinburgh 1910: Scottish roots and contemporary challenges
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The World Missionary Conference, held in Edinburgh in 1910, is probably the best known ecclesiastical event to have taken place in Scotland and arguably the most influential. This paper examines not only the conference and its impact, but goes on to reflect more generally on Christian mission today, particularly the profoundly different context facing the Church in Europe one hundred years on.
Ross, K. R. (2010). Edinburgh 1910: Scottish roots and contemporary challenges. Theology in Scotland, 17(1), pp. 5-21.
Theology in Scotland
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