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Atlas of Global Christianity Hardcover

ISBN-13: 978-0748632671 ISBN-10: 0748632670 Edition: Har/Cdr

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Though there is a considerable amount of text in this data-rich atlas, the obvious intent is to visually represent the current status of Christianity when compared to that of a century ago. On almost every other page, readers will find a map, chart, table, or other graphic comparing numbers from 1910 and 2010. At times, the focus is Christianity in general. Other times, it’s particular Christian groups (e.g., Catholics, Evangelicals, Anglicans)—all in the form of large, clear, vividly colored maps. The regional focus also varies throughout. Sections 1 and 2 present a global picture. Section 3 visits each continent, giving plenty of attention to significant subregions (e.g., eastern, middle, northern, southern, and western Africa). In fact, the atlas bills itself as the “first atlas to map Christian affiliation at the provincial level.” The focus narrows even more in section 4, which highlights the status of Christianity in major cities around the world. The fifth and final section is the most unique. Its focus is on the past 100 years of Christian missions and evangelistic efforts. Each continent receives individual treatment in the section along with topics like Bible translation and distribution, Christian finance, and responsiveness to evangelistic efforts. Accompanying most of the eye-catching maps are signed essays (each two pages in length), written by at least one of the atlas’ 64 expert contributors. The essays contain a surprising amount of historical and background information and typically include a five-source bibliography. The atlas also offers an added technological bonus—a DVD, referred to as a “presentation assistant.” It offers all the visuals of the atlas in easily exported formats (.jpg, .png). The overall feel of the atlas is only mildly scholarly, and it is suitable for users in academic libraries and public libraries with large religion collections. --Wade Osburn

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This beautifully produced and unparalleled publication is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in religious studies, demographics, or sociology.

(Library Journal)

Until we get a GPS device to navigate global Christianity for us, one can do no better than Atlas of Global Christianity.

(Chuck Weber Evangelical Studies Bulletin 1900-01-00)

The essays are surprisingly full and typically include five-source bibliography. An added bonus is a CD-ROM referred to as a "presentation assistant". It offers all the visuals of an Atlas in easily exported formats

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Todd M. Johnson is Associate Professor of Global Christianity and Director of the Center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Johnson is visiting Research Fellow at Boston University's Institute for Culture, Religion and World Affairs leading a research project on international religious demography. He is co-editor of the Atlas of Global Christianity (Edinburgh University Press) and co-author of the World Christian Encyclopedia (Oxford University Press, 2nd ed.) and World Christian Trends (William Carey Library). He is editor of the World Christian Database (Brill) and co-editor of the World Religion Database (Brill). He is married to Tricia and has three daughters.

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