A Case Study in Indigeneity in the Philippines: Looking Back at a 1930s Effort to Do Missions Using Indigenous Church Principles

This article focuses on the missions efforts of a small denomination from the framework of indigeneity. Within the 1930s missions structure of the Pilgrim Holiness Church, one person was instrumental in the implementation of a mission policy focused on indigeneity. A part of this study is an overvie...

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Published in:International bulletin of mission research
Main Author: Dean, Marcus W.
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: Sage Publishing 2022
In: International bulletin of mission research
Year: 2022, Volume: 46, Issue: 4, Pages: 516-524
Further subjects:B Philippines
B Dependence
B Contextualization
B Indigeneity
B Mission (international law
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Summary:This article focuses on the missions efforts of a small denomination from the framework of indigeneity. Within the 1930s missions structure of the Pilgrim Holiness Church, one person was instrumental in the implementation of a mission policy focused on indigeneity. A part of this study is an overview of the concepts of indigeneity available in 1930 to place the policy in its missiological context. The work in the Philippines is examined, as there were clear efforts to carry out the policy in that field. Finally, lessons are developed from the case study.
ISSN:2396-9407
Contains:Enthalten in: International bulletin of mission research
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1177/23969393221096752