• 06.08.09

    Youth Online Consultation

    We would like to invite you to take part in the Edinburgh 2010 Online Consultation, hosted on Facebook by the Edinburgh 2010 Youth. The first of three consultations starts on September 16. It focuses on three study themes: Foundations for Mission, Christian Mission among other Faiths and Mission and Postmodernities.

  • 05.08.09

    Now available in North America

    Edinburgh 2010. Mission Then and Now, edited by David A. Kerr and Kenneth R. Ross, is now available to a North American audience on amazon. The book was published by Regnum and co-published by WCIU Press

  • 29.07.09

    Events Committee Meeting in Edinburgh

    On 23 and 24 June the Events Committee met in sunny and hot Edinburgh to further shape the programme of the 2010 conference. The meeting was attended by members of local churches and the University, as well as representatives of the World Student Christian Federation (WSCF) and the World Council of Churches (WCC). Guided by decisions of the General Council the remit of the Events Committee is to plan the content and flow of the 2010 conference....

  • 29.07.09

    Book Launch Party in Edinburgh on Sep 22

    New College and the Centre for the Study of World Christianity invite you to the launch of the two latest books on Edinburgh 2010. Meet the editors and authors of Edinburgh 2010. Mission Then and Now and The World Missionary Conference. Edinburgh 1910.

  • 28.07.09

    Mini-symposium in New Zealand

    ANZAMS (Aotearoa-New Zealand Association for Mission Studies) are inviting to a mini-symposium about Edinburgh 2010 themes at Laidlaw College, Auckland Campus. The conference takes place October 30-31, 2009.

  • 28.07.09

    Towards 2010 Conference in Edinburgh

    The Towards 2010 network is hosting the third of three day conferences on the Scottish context of Edinburgh 1910. The conference takes place in October 2009 at New College in Edinburgh.

  • 20.07.09

    News about the centenary now available on Twitter

    To reach as many people as possible, we are embracing social networking sites. We not only have an Edinburgh 2010 facebook group, but also our own Twitter page. Twitter is a free service that lets you keep in touch with people through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? So follow our tweets, tweet back and get connected with each other.

  • 14.07.09

    An Engaging Summation of the 1910 Conference

    The World Missionary Conference in 1910 was a defining event in the history of world missions. Brian Stanley here presents his careful research revealing the compelling story of this turbulent, influential gathering in Edinburgh. This book is both an account of the conference itself and an examination of the Protestant missionary movement as it neared the apex of its size and influence. The World Missionary Conference: Edinburgh 1910 is an...

  • 06.07.09 invites the World to be part of Edinburgh 2010

    Edinburgh 2010 is more than a single conference that is taking place in Scotland. It is a movement and series of events that hopefully reaches Christian communities all over the world.

  • 04.06.09

    First Publication of the Edinburgh 2010 Series

    Edinburgh 2010. Mission Then and Now is now available from Regnum Publisher's. The book was edited by David A. Kerr and Kenneth R. Ross and offers a collection of articles on the 1910 World Missionary Conference.

Latest Discussion on Study Themes

For more information on the Edinburgh 2010 study themes, please click here.

Rev. Rudolph H. Pasaribu has submitted this perspective on the challenges and opportunities of Christian mission among other faiths from a grassroots perspective in Indonesia.
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Apr 08, 2010 10:43AM
"Mission at and from the Margins" was the title of a colloquium held at the Henry Martyn Institute, Hyderabad, india on 23-27 September 2009. An illustrated report of the event is now available to download and is attached here. The event...
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Nov 20, 2009 04:51AM
Dr Malcolm I Hunter, a long-term missionary and specialist in ministry to nomadic peoples has contributed the attached paper, 'All people on earth', under this theme.
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Oct 31, 2009 07:03AM
Download papers (in Spanish) from the Latin American Theological Fellowship Regional Consultation for Mexico, Central America, Panama and Caribbean in San José, Costa Rica on 6-7 August 2009 from this site through this link, by kind permission of the...
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Oct 27, 2009 11:03AM
The papers of the conference of the European Pentecostal Charismatic Research Association (EPCRA) are available for download, by kind permission, at...
Posted By: Kirsteen Kim on Oct 19, 2009 10:32AM