I have finished the first draft of my book “Walking With” as Metaphor for Missions Theology.
If you are interested in reading it as it is, you can click on the Download Button above.
Now you might be thinking, “Why, oh why, would you want to put it up unfinished?”
- It is basically finished. I have said everything I want to say. There is just clean up of grammar, finishing the sloppy endnotes, perhaps adding index and reference pages, and the final read-through. Informationally it is complete.
- This has been a SLOW book for me. I taught a course in Missions Theology back in 2016 and thought putting together a book on this topic would be helpful for my students (good textbooks are hard to find in the Philippines). So I started working on the book. But then, I was moved to teaching Interreligious Dialogue (IRD). So I put together a book for that class, and I cannibalized large chunks of my Missions Theology book for that purpose. I decided I would never complete the Missions Theology book. However, COVID time got me thinking. I have the time and I feel like I have something to say.
- My schedule gets rather cluttered in the next few weeks— perhaps next few months. I don’t want to sit on the project for a few months. I would rather put out what I have and then revise and complete when I have time.
- If people download it and read it, and then have constructive comments, that would be helpful.
I have decided not to sell this book (most likely) but I hope it puts some ideas out there in thoughtspace that will be of value to missions.
Again, click on the title of the book at the top to download a pdf version of this book.