The Future of Evangelization in Asia


The Future of Evangelization in Asia

Theological Reflections

a cura di: Devadass Clarence, Meroni Fabrizio

Devadass Clarence, Kawamura Shinzo, Kim Agnès Mi-Jeung, Manjaly Thomas, Park John Junyang, Ren Antoine

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Il volume fornisce spunti di riflessione su come affrontare i problemi legati alla presenza e alla testimonianza cristiana nel Continente asiatico e utili linee guida e raccomandazioni per tutti gli “agenti e cooperatori nella missione della Chiesa” asiatici (EA 47). Il contributo di ricerca e di studio di accademici e professionisti di varia provenienza – Malesia, Corea del Sud, Cina, Giappone e India – è teso all'elaborazione di un rinnovato approccio missionario per la proclamazione del Vangelo e all’individuazione di nuove vie per il dialogo interreligioso e interculturale.

This volume springs from the research and study work carried out by scholars from Malaysia, South Korea, China, Japan and India. Their essays put forward useful guidelines and recommendations for all Asian “agents and co-workers in the Church’s mission” (EA 47), who are engaged in the elaboration of renewed missionary approaches for proclaiming the Gospel, as well as interreligious and intercultural dialogue.

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Cartaceo

Pagine

144

Dimensioni

15x23

ISBN

978-88-401-5059-8

Anno pubblicazione

2019

Editore

Urbaniana University Press

Autori e Curatori

Fr. Fabrizio Meroni, a PIME missionary priest, is Secretary General of the Pontifical Missionary Union (PMU), Director of the International Center for Mission and Formation (CIAM), Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, and Director of Fides, News Agency of the Pontifical Mission Societies.

Fr. Clarence Devadass, a priest of the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is currently the Director of the Catholic Research Centre, Kuala Lumpur, and the Executive Secretary for the Federation of Asian Bishops’ Conferences’ Office of Theological Concerns.