This is a growing list. If you have any resources to suggest, please contact us!
- Paul Hiebert, “Conversion, Culture, and Cognitive Categories,” Gospel in Context 1 (4), 1978: 24-29.
- Hiebert’s “Centered Set” framework calls into questions the strong boundaries we erect between ourselves and others, which we’ve found is a helpful starting point for people who have theological questions about Christian peacemaking. We talk more about the implications of centered-set thinking in “Who’s In & Who’s Out?”
- Rick Love, “The Missing Peace of Evangelical Missiology: Peacemaking and Respectful Witness,” Christian Theology and Islam, sponsored by the Center for Catholic and Evangelical Theology in Baltimore, Maryland, June 9-11, 2008.
- J.E. Lesslie Newbigin, “The Basis, Purpose, and Manner of Interfaith Dialogue,” Scottish Journal of Theology 30, 3: 253-270.
- Robert Schreiter, “Theology of Reconciliation and Peacemaking for Mission,” 2003 Lectures for the British and Irish Association of Mission Studies New College, University of Edinburgh, June 23-25, 2003.
- Abrahamic Faiths Peacemaking Initiative, “Christianity & Peacemaking.”