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Theologies of Power and Crisis: Envisioning / Embodying Christianity in Hong Kong (American Society of Missiology) Paperback – July 1, 2011


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"I was drawn to anthropology in the early 1980s through the work of such cutting-edge anthropologists/missiologists as Charles Kraft, Jacob Loewen, Charles Tabor, Alan Tippett, and Ralph Winter. While obviously influenced by these early innovators, Stephen Pavey is part of a new era of younger missiologically informed anthropologists. His ethnographic study of the church in Hong Kong is both anthropologically sound and missiologically important, and is a great addition to the small yet growing literature on the anthropology of Christianity."
-Steven Ybarrola
Professor of Cultural Anthropology
Asbury Theological Seminary

"With Theologies of Power and Crisis Pavey successfully extends anthropological analysis to new realms as he contributes to our understanding of Christian Asia. He demonstrates the intellectual value of ethnography in our quest to understand the world around us. It is an excellent example of anthropology engaged in the world. Perhaps this work will teach and influence those involved with cross-cultural practices in a variety of settings."
-from the afterword by John van Willigen
Professor Emeritus of Anthropology
University of Kentucky --Wipf and Stock Publishers

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Stephen Pavey is an applied anthropologist, artist, and activist at One Horizon Institute in Lexington, Kentucky.

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