Christianity is inherently polycentric. Africa, Asia and Latin America are important not just numerically for the church, but theologically. These are some of Andrew F. Walls’ insights into the cross-cultural nature of the Christian faith. He is an important guide who will help us understand global Christianity today as well as the nature of the church’s mission in the 21st century.
Mark R. Gornik
Mark R. Gornik (Ph. D., The University of Edinburgh) is the Director of City Seminary of New York. Previously he served as the founding pastor of New Song Community Church in Baltimore and is also the author of To Live in Peace: Biblical Faith and the Changing Inner City (Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2002). His Word Made Global: African Christianity in Motion is forthcoming from Eerdmans in 2010.