Special Theme Edition on the Current Ukrainian Crisis:   Volume 22, No. 3  (Summer 2014)

The East West Church &  Ministry Report has issued a special theme edition examining the impact of the current Ukrainian crisis on the church and ministries in Ukraine and Russia.

This theme issue is now available in pdf format in English,  Russian, and Ukrainian.

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Recommended Reading on Missionary Guidelines

“Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World: Recommendations for Conduct.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 35 (October 2011): 194-96. Available online at

www.internationalbulletin.org.

Deyneka, Anita. “Guidelines for Foreign Missionaries in the Former Soviet Union.” Proselytism and Orthodoxy in Russia: The New War for Souls, ed. by John Witte, Jr., and Michael Bourdeaux (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1999): 331-40.

Elliott, Mark. “Evangelism and Proselytism in Russia: Synonyms or Antonyms?” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 25 (April 2001): 72-76. Available online at www.internationalbulletin.org.

Hill, Kent and Mark Elliott. “Are Evangelicals Interlopers?” East-West Church and Ministry Report 1 (Summer 1993): 3-4. Available online at www.eastwestreport.org.

Lerner, Natan. “Proselytism, Change of Religion, and International Human Rights.” Emory International Law Review 12 (Winter 1998): 477-562.

Schirrmacher, Thomas and Thomas K. Johnson. “Why Evangelicals Need a Code of Ethics in Mission.” International Journal of Religious Freedom 3 (No. 1, 2010): 23-37.

Uzzell, Lawrence A. “Guidelines for American Missionaries in Russia.” Proselytism and Orthodoxy in Russia: The New War for Souls, ed. by John Witte, Jr., and Michael Bourdeaux (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1999): 323-30.

Correction

In the chart, “Signators to Human Rights Treaties,” in H. Knox Thames, Chris Seiple, and Amy Rowe, “International Religious Freedom Advocacy,” East-West Church and Ministry Report 19 (Summer 2011), 10, Kyrgyzstan should have been included under the column for Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) 1975.