Rejoice, Dear Zion!
Professor Magnar Kartveit has written a new book entitled Rejoice, Dear Zion! In this forthcoming publication he discusses the phrase "Daughter of Zion" from a linguistic point of view, using methaphor theory and irony as tools. The book will be published by de Gruyter, june 2013.
Lutheran spirituality and the christian church
Professor Knut Alfsvåg's article "Luthersk spiritualitet: Om lære og liv i den éne, kristne kirke" has been published in Dansk tidsskrift for teologi og kirke.
New book by Tomas Sundnes Drønen
Professor Tomas Sundnes Drønen has written the book "Pentecostalism, Globalisation, and Islam in Northern Cameroun", recently published by Brill.
The role of historical-critical methodology in African Old Testament studies
Knut Holter's article is published in the South African journal Old Testament Essays.
"Josephus on the Samaritans" by Magnar Kartveit
Magnar Kartveit's article is published in "Samaria, Samarians, Samaritans : studies on Bible, history and linguistics", vol. 6 i the series Studia Samaritana.
The Second commandment and human dignity in Africa
In his article, published in the journal Scriptura, Knut Holter interprets biblical texts on the Second commandment focusing on the question of human dignity in Africa.
Article by Øyvind Dahl in new book
Øyvind Dahl has written an article about the shifting language policy in Madagascar in "North-South Contributions to African Languages"
MHS' researches with articles in "The church going glocal : Mission and Globalisation"
The book is a result of the "Fjellhaug Symposium - Mission and Globalisation", held in april 2010. It contains contributions from Jan Opsal, Tomas Sundnes Drønen, Øyvind Dahl and Kjetil Aano.
Article by Knut Alfsvåg in Tidsskrift for teologi og kirke
Knut Alfsvåg has writtten the article "Av samme eller motsatt kjønn", published in Tidsskrft for teologi og kirke.
Knut Alfsvåg with a new book
What No Mind Has Conceived. On the Significance of Christological Apophaticism. Associate Professor Knut Alfsvåg has recently published a book on Peeters.
Knut Holter with a new book
Knut Holter (Stavanger) and Louis C. Jonker (Stellenbosch) have edited the book Global hermeneutics? : reflections and consequences (International voices in biblical studies, 1) Atlanta, 2010. 102 s. The book is published on internet and is available for free.
Important book from MHS' researchers
Recently, the book Culture, Religion, and the Reintegration of Female Child Soldiers in Northern Uganda, ed. Bård Mæland (New York: Peter Lang) was published as part of a NUFU-supported research project that has taken place at MHS -School of Mission and Theology, in cooperation with Makerere University.
Tomas Sundnes Drønen with new book
Was modern Christian mission to Africa primarily a colonial project and a civilizing mission or was it a spiritual revival spreading to new areas? Associate Professor Tomas Sundnes Drønen has recently published a book on Brill.
New books from MHS's professors
Several members of the staff have recently published books. Here is some information about the books.
New book on the position and theology of child in the Early Church
Odd Mange Bakke, Professor of church history with the Early Church as his speciality, has published this important book on the perception and treatment of children in the Early Church: When children became people : the birth of childhood in early Christianity / O.M. Bakke. Minneapolis, 2005. IX, 348 s.