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In this postgame, Martin and Greg reflect on the Season 2, Episode 6 interview with Stephen Bevans. They discuss Bevans's contributions to missiology, the definition of the field of study, and the importance of discipleship for the future of missiological reflection.

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Martin Rodriguez is an assistant professor in the Department of Practical Theology at Azusa Pacific University. He holds a PhD in intercultural studies from Fuller Theological. His dissertation focuses on missiology at the intersection of postcolonial hybridity theory and late-modern leadership theory. Since 2011, he has served as Family Life Minister at the Hollywood Church of Christ (Hollywood, CA, USA ...

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In this episode, host Martin Rodriguez sits down with Stephen Bevans, the Louis J. Luzbetak, SVD Professor of Mission and Culture, Emeritus, at Catholic Theological Union. Bevans shares about his formative influences as a theologian of mission, his contributions to missiology, and his hopes for the future of the field. 

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Stephen Bevans is the Louis J. Luzbetak, SVD Professor of Mission and Culture, Emeritus, at Catholic Theological Union. He continues his work in the area of the theology of Christian mission and has recently completed an article in the missionary nature of the ecclesial mark of “catholicity ...

In this postgame, Martin and Greg reflect on the Season 2, Episode 5 interview with Gailyn Van Rheenen. They discuss Gailyn's role as the founder of missiology.com, his influence on missiological education among Churches of Christ, and the importance of a holistic model of missiological formation.

Your Host

Martin Rodriguez is an assistant professor in the Department of Practical Theology at Azusa Pacific University. He holds a PhD in intercultural studies from Fuller Theological. His dissertation focuses on missiology at the intersection of postcolonial hybridity theory and late-modern leadership theory. Since 2011, he has served as Family Life Minister at the Hollywood ...

In this episode, host Martin Rodriguez sits down with Gailyn Van Rheenen, the founder of missiology.com, to discuss his experiences with missiology. Van Rheenen shares about his years as a missionary in Africa, the founding of Mission Alive (a North American church-planting organization), and the importance of the missional helix paradigm for the future of missiology. 

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Gailyn Van Rheenen served as a church-planting missionary to East Africa for 14 years, taught Missions and Evangelism at Abilene Christian University for 18 years, and is the founder and currently a facilitator of church planting and renewal within Mission Alive (www.missionalive ...

In this postgame, Martin and Greg reflect on the Season 2, Episode 4 interview with Sherwood Lingenfelter. They discuss the messiness of relationships, the role of anthropology in missiology, missional humility, deep otherness, and colonialism.

Your Host

Martin Rodriguez is an assistant professor in the Department of Practical Theology at Azusa Pacific University. He holds a PhD in intercultural studies from Fuller Theological. His dissertation focuses on missiology at the intersection of postcolonial hybridity theory and late-modern leadership theory. Since 2011, he has served as Family Life Minister at the Hollywood Church of Christ (Hollywood, CA, USA). Before this, he served for five years ...

In this episode, host Martin Rodriguez sits down with Sherwood Lingenfelter, Provost Emeritus and Senior Professor of Anthropology at Fuller Theological Seminary, to discuss his experiences with missiology. Lingenfelter shares about his journey from anthropology to missiology, his influences and contributions, and his hopes for the future of the field.

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Sherwood G. Lingenfelter retired as provost of Fuller Seminary on June 30, 2011, but continues to serve on Fuller’s faculty as senior professor of anthropology. He joined Fuller in 1999 as professor and dean of the School of Intercultural Studies (then the School of World Mission) and served ...

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