global church

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Global Christianity & American religious history

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Christian Higher Education: A Global Reconnaissance, edited by Joel Carpen­ter, Perry L. Glanzer, and Nicholas S. Lantinga. Even where their overall numbers in a society are tiny, Christians often establish their presence and status through the excellence of their schools and colleges.

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Unfolding the map

Robert Wilken's historical survey of Christianity is impressive, accessible and lively. It also leaves out a lot.

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The World’s Christians, by Douglas Jacobsen

The term world Christianity has been widely used since the publication of Philip Jenkins’s 2002 best seller The Next Christendom, but in popular usage it has tended to refer only to Christianity in the Global South. Though courses on world Christianity have proliferated, no one until Douglas Jacobsen has taken the care to delineate the contours of the entire global movement.

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World Christianity & American religion

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Being Reformed

The Reformed Family Worldwide: A Survey of Reformed Churches, Theological Schools, and International Organizations, edited by Jean-Jacques Bauswein and Lukas Visher
Toward the Future of Reformed Theology: Tasks, Topics, and Traditions, edited by David Willis and Michael Welker