By Peter C. Phan, Elaine Padilla
Christianities in Migration trips via continents, areas, international locations, and villages, to ensure that the a number of tales of migrants to function theological mirrored image of numerous different types of indigenization of Christianity. It seeks to supply a Christian and theological reaction to the current traits of globalization and migration.
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28. 29. 30. E. A. Thompson, Romans and Barbarians: The Decline of the Western Empire (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1982); Thomas S. Burns, A History of the Ostrogoths (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1984). Brown, The Rise of Western Christendom, 104. On these churches, see David Bundy, “Early Asian and East African Christianities,” in The Cambridge History of Christianity: Constantine to c. 600, ed. Augustine Casiday and Frederick W. Norris, 118–148 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006).
18:1–8). Indeed, throughout the Old Testament God is depicted as entertaining Israel with abundant and endless banquets and as deeply concerned for the stranger, as the divine provision of cities of refuge (Num. 35:9–35; Josh. 20:1–9) and care for the sojourner (Exod. 22:21; Lev. 19:10; Deut. 10:19) make abundantly clear. Consequently, failure to provide for the stranger’s physical needs is a serious offense, equivalent to breaching the covenant with God, and brings about God’s punishment (Deut.
The powerful role of migrant movements as a primary form of missionary mobilization is arguably most obvious in the first few centuries of Christianity’s existence. This is partly because the spread of the faith was more clearly linked to regular activities of ordinary men and women. ”18 Responding to Celsus’s critique in the third century, Church Father Origen (ca. 185–254) did not challenge this characterization. ”20 The extensive movements of peoples generated by new infrastructure (including impressive road construction), the growth of cities or cosmopolitan centers, and the attendant weakening of traditional structures were contributing factors.
Christianities in Migration: The Global Perspective by Peter C. Phan, Elaine Padilla