Andrew F. Walls

“Andrew Walls may be the most important person you don’t know.”

Andrew F. Walls may be the most important person to read if you are interested in missions, missiology, missions history, World Christianity, or the role of African Christianity within World Christianity.

NBitems about Andrew Walls are in a separate bibiliography 

We have a number of these, except for the short articles in dictionaries and encyclopedias, and for the booklets. I’ve placed a +plus for the other ones I lack … and thus would like to add to my library. Note that this bibliography is not exhaustive. If you know of an item I’ve missed, please let me (Joshua) know! I have not included any of his numerous book reviews, short notices, or any of the numerous pieces from different dates entitled “Bibliography on mission studies,” “Bibliography on world mission,” etc.)

Books by Andrew Walls

The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission and Appropriation of Faith. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2002.

Crossing Cultural Frontiers: Studies in the History of World Christianity. Ed. Mark R. Gornik. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2017.

The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

Conversion and Culture in World Christianity. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, forthcoming.

Books edited by Andrew Walls

+Christianity in Africa in the 1990s. Jointly edited with Christopher Fyfe. Edinburgh: Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, 1996.

+A Guide to Christian Reading: A Classified List of Selected Books. 2nd ed. London: InterVarsity Fellowship, 1961.

Mission in the 21st Century: Exploring the Five Marks of Global Mission. Jointly edited with Cathy Ross. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2008.

+Mission Studies and Information Management. Jointly edited with Willi Henkel. Leiden: International Association for Mission Studies, 1981.

+Exploring New Religious Movements: Essays in Honour of Harold W. Turner. Edited with Wilbert R. Shenk. Edinburgh: Center of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, 1996.

Chapters by Andrew Walls in edited volumes

“The 1860 Liverpool Conference on Missions.” Chapter 24 in Communities of Faith in Africa and the African Diaspora: In Honor of Dr. Tite Tiénou with Additional Essays on World Christianity, 347-360. Ed. Casely B. Essamuah and David K. Ngaruiya. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2013.

+“Access Considerations for handicapped Visitors.” In Museums and the Handicapped, 27-29. Ed. D. S. Sorrell. Leicester: Leicestershire Museums Art Galleries and Reco, 1976.

+“Africa and the Future of Christianity: A Summary and Reflection.” In Christianity in Africa in the 1990s, ed. Christopher Fyfe and Andrew Walls, 139-48. Edinburgh: Center of African Studies, University of Edinburgh 1996.

“Africa as the Theatre of Christian Engagement with Islam in the Nineteenth Century.” In Christianity and the African Imagination: Essays in Honour of Adrian Hastings, ed. David Maxwell with Ingrid Lawrie, 41-62. Brill: Leiden, 2002.
previously published as:
“Africa as the Theatre of Christian Engagement with Islam in the Nineteenth Century.” Journal of Religion in Africa 29/2 (1999): 155-174.

+“African Independent Churches,” “Samuel Ajayi Crowther,” “David Livingston,” “Missionary Societies,” “Outposts of Empire.” In The History of Christianity. Ed. Tim Dowley. London: Lion, 1977.

+“The African Missionary and the Household of Caesar in the 19th Century.” In Church in a Changing Society, 353-363. Uppsala: Swedish Sub-Commission of CIHEC, 1978.

+“The American Dimension of the Missionary Movement.” In Earthen Vessels: American Evangelicals and Foreign Missions, 1880-1980, ed. Joel A. Carpenter and Wilbert R. Shenk, 1-25. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1990.
republished as:
“The American Dimension of the Missionary Movement.” Chapter 17 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 221-240. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

+“‘The Best Thinking of the Best Heathen’: Humane Learning and the Missionary Movement.” In Religion and Humanism, 341-354. Ed. Keith Robbins. Studies in Church History 17. Oxford: Blackwell, 1981.
republished as:
“Humane Learning and the Missionary Movement: ‘The Best Thinking of the Best Heathen’.” Chapter 15 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 199-210. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

+“Black Europeans, White Africans: Some Missionary Motives in West Africa.” In Religions Motivation: Biographical and Sociological Problems for the Church Historian, 339-348. Studies in Church History 14. Ed. Derek Baker. Oxford: Blackwell, 1978.
republished as:
“Black Europeans, White Africans: Some Missionary Motives in West Africa.” Chapter 8 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 102-110. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

+“British Missions.” In Missionary Ideologies in the Imperialist Era: 1880–1920. Ed. Torben Christensen and William R. Hutchison, 341-353. Copenhagen: Aros, 1982.

+“Building to Last: Harold Turner and the Study of Religion.” In Exploring New Religious Movements: Essays in Honor of Harold W. Turner, ed. Andrew F. Wall and Wilbert R. Shenk, 1-17. Elkhart, Indiana: Mission Focus Publications, 1990.

+“The Canon of the New Testament.” In The Expositor’s Bible Commentary. Vol. 1, 631-643. Ed. Frank E. Gaeblein. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1979.

+“Carrying the White Man’s Burden: Some British Views of National Vocation in the Imperial Era.” In Many Are Chosen: Divine election and Western Nationalism, ed. William R. Hutchinson and Hartmut Lehman, 29-50. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1994.
also published as:
“Carrying the White Man’s Burden: Some British Views of National Vocation in the Imperial Era.” Chapter 10 in The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History, 177-193.

“A Christian Experiment: The Early Sierra Leone Colony.” In The Mission of the Church and the Propagation of the Faith: Papers Read at the Seven Summer Meeting ad the Eighth Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society, 107-129. Studies in Church History 6. Ed. G. J. Cumming. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970.

“Christian Mission in a Five-hundred Year Context.” Afterward in Mission in the 21st Century: Exploring the Five Marks of Global Mission, 193-204. Ed. Andrew F. Walls and Cathy Ross. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books; London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 2008.

+“Christian Scholarship and the Demographic Transformation of the Church.” In Theological Literacy in the Twenty-First Century, 166-183. Ed. Rodney L. Petersen with Nancy Rourke. Eerdmans, 2002.
also published as:
+“Christian Scholarship in Africa in the Twenty-first Century.” In Religion in a World of Change: African Ancestral Religion, Islam and Christianity, ed. T. L. Okere, 144-66. Owerri: Whelan Research Academy for Religion, Culture and Society, 2002.
previously published as:
+“Christian Scholarship in Africa in the Twenty-First Century.” Journal of African Christian Thought 4/2 (2001): 44-52.
and:
“Christian Scholarship in Africa in the Twenty-first Century.” Transformation 19/4 (2002): 217-228.

“The Christian Tradition in Today’s World.” Chapter 3 in Religion in Today’s World: The Religious Situation of the World from 1945 to the Present Day, 74-109. Ed. Frank Whaling. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1987.

+“Christianity.” In A Handbook of Living Religions, ed. John R. Hinnells, 56-122. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1984.

+“Christianity.” In A Handbook of Living Religions, ed. John R. Hinnells, 55-161. Revised edition. Oxford: Blackwell, 1997.

+“Christianity across Twenty Centuries.” In Atlas of Global Christianity, ed. Todd M. Johnson and Kenneth R. Ross, 48-49. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 2009.

“A colonial concordat: two views of christianity and civilisation.” In Church, Society and Politics, 293-302. Ed. Derek Baker. Studies in Church History 12. Oxford: Blackwell, 1975.

“Commission One and the Church’s Transforming Century.” Chapter 2 in Mission Then and Now, 27-40. Ed. David Kerr and Kenneth Ross. Edinburgh Centenary Series 14. Oxford: Regnum Books, 2009.
this is a revised version of:
“The Great Commission 1910-2010.” In Considering the Great Commission: Evangelism and Mission in the Wesleyan Spirit, ed. W. Stephen Gunter and Elaine Robinson, 7-22. Nashville, Tennessee: Abingdon Press, 2005.

“David Livingstone, 1813-1873: Awakening the Western World to Africa.” In Mission Legacies: Biographical Studies of Leaders of the Modern Missionary Movement, ed. Gerald H. Anderson, Robert T. Coote, Norman A. Horner, and James M. Phillips, 140-147-17. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1994.
previously published as:
“The Legacy of David Livingstone.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 11/3 (1987): 125-29.

“Documentation and Ecclesial Deficit: A Personal Plea to Churches.” Chapter six in Christian Movements in Southeast Asia: A Theological Exploration, 121-132. Ed. Michael Nai-Chiu Poon. CSCA Christianity in Southeast Asia Series. Singapore: Trinity Theological College / Genesis Books, 2010.

“Edward Irving’s Critique of Mission Policy.” Chapter 1 in Brethren and Mission: Essays in Honour of Timothy C. F. Stunt edited by Neil T. R. Dickson and Thomas J. Marinello. Studies in Brethren History. Ayrshire, England: Brethren Archivists and Historians Network, 2016.

“The Eighteenth-Century Protestant Missionary Awakening in Its European Context.” Chapter 2 in Christian Missions and the Enlightenment, 22-44. Ed. Brian Stanley. Studies in the History of Christian Mission. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2001.

+“English Neo-Calvinism and the Early Protestant Missionary Movement.” In Calvinism on the Peripheries: Religion and Society in Europe. Ed. Abraham Kovacs and Bela Levente Barath. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2009.

+“Enlightenment, Postmodernity, and Mission.” In A Scandalous Prophet: The Way of Mission after Newbigin, ed. Thomas F. Foust, George R. Hunsberger, J. Andrew Kirk and Werner Ustorf, 145-52. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans 2002.

“The Ephesians Moment: At A Crossroads in Christian History.” Chapter 4 in The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission and Appropriation of Faith,72–81. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2002.

“The Ephesians Moment in Worldwide Worship: A Meditation on Revelation 21 and Ephesians 2.” In Christian Worship Worldwide: Expanding Horizons, Deepening Practices. Ed. Charles E. Farhadian. Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Liturgical Studies Series, ed. John D. Witvliet. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 2007.

+“Eusebius Tries Again: The Task of Reconceiving and Revisioning the Study of Christian History.” In Enlarging the Story: Perspectives on Writing World Church History, ed. Wilbert R. Shenk, 1-21. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2003.
previously published as:
“Eusebius Tries Again: Reconceiving the Study of Christian History.” International Bulletin of Mission Review 24/3 (2000): 105-9, 110-11.
and:
+“Re-Visioning Christian History with a Wider Lens.” Religion and Values in Public Life 7/4 (1999): 4-6, 8.

+“Evangelical and Ecumenical: The Rise and Fall of the Early Church Model.” In Evangelical, Ecumenical and Anabaptist Missiologies in Conversation: Essays in Honor of Wilbert R. Shenk, ed. James R. Krabill, Walter Sawatsky, and Charles E. Van Engen, 28-37. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2006.

+“The Evangelical Revival, the Missionary Movement, and Africa.” In Evangelicalism: Comparative Studies of Popular Protestantism in North America, the British Isles, and Beyond, 1770-1990, ed. Mark A. Noll, David W. Bebbington and George A. Rawlyk, 310-30. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994.
republished as:
“The Evangelical Revival, the Missionary Movement, and Africa.” Chapter 7 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 79-101. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

+“The First Chapter of the Epistle to the Romans and the Modern Missionary Movement.” In Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F.F. Bruce on His 60th Birthday, 346-357. Ed. W. W. Gasque and Ralph P. Martin. Exeter, UK: Paternoster, 1970.
republished as:
“Romans One and the Modern Missionary Movement,” chapter 5 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 55-67. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

“Forward: Modern Migrations and the Christian Faith.” In Diaspora Christianities: Global Scattering and Gathering of South Asian Christians, by Sam George, xi-xiii. Fortress Press, 2019.

“Forward.” In From Crisis to Creation: Lesslie Newbigin and the Reinvention of Christian Mission, ix-x. Ed Mark T. B. Laing. With a Forward by Andrew F. Walls. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2012.

+“Forward.” In The First Epistle General of Peter, by A. M. Stibbs. Tyndale New Testament Commentary (TNTC). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans; London: Tyndale Press, 1959.

+“Forward.” In Inside the Whirlwind: The Book of Job through African Eyes, by Jason A. Carter, xiii-xiv. African Christian Studies Series. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2017.

“Forward.” In Re-imagining African Christologies: Conversing with the Interpretations and Appropriations of Jesus Christ in African Christianity, by Victor I. Ezigbo. Princeton Theological Monograph Series 132. Pickwick Publications, 2010.

+“From Christendom to World Christianity: Missions and the Demographic Transformation of the Church.” Princeton Seminary Bulletin 22/3 (2001): 306-30.
also published as:
“From Christendom to World Christianity: Missions and the Demographic Transformation of the Church.” Chapter 3 in The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History, 49-71. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 2002.
and:
“From Christendom to World Christianity: Missions and the Demographic Transformation of the Church.” Crux 37/4 (2001): 9-24.

+“The Future of Shari’ah and the Debate in Northern Nigeria: A Commentary on the Contribution of Abdullahi An-Naim.” In Comparative Perspectives on Shari’ah in Nigeria, ed. Philip Ostien, Jamilla M. Nasire, and Franz Kogelmann, 373-81. Ibadan, Nigeria: Spectrum Books, 2005.

“The Gospel as Prisoner and Liberator of Culture.” Chapter 1 in New Directions in Mission & Evangelization 3, pp. 17-28. Ed. James A. Scherer and Stephen B. Bevans. Faith and Culture. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1999.
republished published as:
“The Gospel as Prisoner and Liberator of Culture: Is There a ‘Historic Christian Faith’?” Chapter 9 in Landmark Essays in Mission and World Christianity. Ed. Robert L. Gallagher and Paul Hertig. American Society of Missiology Series, No. 43. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2009.

+“Geoffrey Parrinder (1910) and the Study of Religion in West Africa.” In European Traditions in the Study of Religion in Africa, ed. Frieder Ludwig and Afe Adogame, 207-15. Wiesbaden, Germany: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2004.

“Globalization and the Study of Christian History.” Chapter 3 in Globalizing Theology: Belief and Practice in an Era of World Christianity, edited by Craig Ott and Harold A. Netland. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2006.

+“The Great Commission 1910-2010.” In Considering the Great Commission: Evangelism and Mission in the Wesleyan Spirit, ed. W. Stephen Gunter and Elaine Robinson, 7-22. Nashville, Tennessee: Abingdon Press, 2005.
a revised version of this was published as:
“Commission One and the Church’s Transforming Century.” Chapter 2 in Edinburgh 2010: Mission Then and Now, 27-40. Ed. David A. Kerr and Kenneth R. Ross. Edinburgh 2010 Series 1. Regnum Books, 2010.

“‘The Heavy Artillery of the Missionary Army’: The Domestic Importance of the Nineteenth-Century Medical Missionary.” In The Church and Healing. Ed. W. J. Shiels, 287-297. Studies in Church History 19. Oxford: Blackwell, 1982.
republished as:
“The Domestic Importance of the Nineteenth-Century Medical Missionary: ‘The Heavy Artillery of the Missionary Army’.” Chapter 16 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 211-220. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

+“India’s Place in Christian History.” In Uniting in Christ’s Mission, ed. Enos Das Pradhan, Sudipta Singh, and Kasta Dip, 22-46. Delhi: ISPCK, 2006.

+“Introduction: African Christianity in the History of Religions.” In Christianity in Africa in the 1990s, ed. Christopher Fyfe and Andrew Walls, 1-16. Edinburgh: Center of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, 1996.

+“Isibongo.” In Rethinking African History, ed. Simon McGrath, Charles Jedrej, Kenneth King and Jack Thompson, vii-xi. Edinburgh: Center of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, 1997.

+“Meditations among the Tombs: Changing Patterns of Identity in Freetown, Sierra Leone.” In Rethinking African History, ed. Simon McGrath, Charles Jedrej, Kenneth King, and Jack Thompson, 489-504. Edinburgh: Center of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, 1997.

+“Methodists, Missions and Pacific Christianity: A New Chapter in Christian History.” In Weaving the Unfinished Mats: Wesley’s Legacy, Conflict, Confusion and Challenge in the South Pacific Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, ed. Peter Lineham, 9-32. Oreza, New Zealand: Wesley Historical Society of New Zealand, 2007.

“Missiological Education in Historical Perspective.” In Missiological Education for the Twenty-First Century: The Book, the Circle, and the Sandals: Essays in Honor of Paul E. Pierson, ed. J. Dudley Woodberry, Charles Van Engen, and Edgar J. Elliston, 11-22. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1996.
(NB: There is also a reprint edition — Wipf & Stock, 2005)

“Mission and Migration: The Diaspora Factor in Christian History.” In Global Diasporas and Mission, 19-37. Ed. Chandler H. Im and Amos Yong. Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series 23. Oxford: Regnum, 2014.
previously published in:
+Journal of African Christian Thought 5/2 (2002): 3-11.

+“The Mission of the Church Today in the Light of Global History.” In Mission at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century: A Vision for the Church, ed. Paul Varo Martinson, 384-88. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Kirk House Publishers, 1999.
previously published as:
“The Mission of the Church Today in the Light of Global History.” Word and World 20/1 (2000): 17-21.

+“Missions and Historical Memory: Jonathan Edwards and David Brainerd.” In Jonathan Edwards at Home and Abroad: Historical Memories, Cultural Movements, Global Histories, ed. David W. Kling and Douglas A. Sweeney, 248-65. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2003.

+“The Missionary Movement: A Lay Fiefdom?” In The Rise of the Laity in Evangelical Protestantism, ed. Deryk W. Lovegrove, 167-86. London: Routledge, 2002.

“Missionary Vocation and the Ministry: The First Generation.” In New Testament Christianity for Africa and the World: Essays in Honor of Harry Sawyerr, 141-146. Ed. Mark E. Glasswell and Edward W. Fasholé-Luke. London: SPCK, 1974.
republished as:
+“Missionary Vocation and the Ministry: The First Generation.” In The History of Christianity in West Africa, 22-35. Ed. Ogbu U. Kalu. London: Longman, 1980.
and also as:
“Missionary Vocation and the Ministry: The First Generation.” Chapter 12 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 160-172. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

+“Missiology as Vocation.” In Walk Humbly with the Lord: Church and Mission Engaging Plurality, ed. Viggo Mortensen and Andreas Osterlund Nielsen, 230-37. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 2010.

+“The Multiple Conversions of Timothy Richard: A Paradigm of Missionary Experience.” In The Gospel in the World: International Baptist Studies, Studies in Baptist History and Thought, ed. David W. Bebbington, 271-94. Carlise, UK: Paternoster Press, 2002.

+“The Nineteenth-Century Missionary as Scholar.” In Misjonskall og Forskerglede: festskrift til professor Olav Guttorm Myklebust, 209-221. Ed.Nils E. Bloch-Hoell. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 1975.

+“The Old Gods: Religions of Northern Europe.” In The World’s Religions. Ed. Robert Pierce Beaver et al. Lion Handbooks. Tring, UK: Lion Publishing, 1982.
published in the USA as:
+The Old Gods: Religions of Northern Europe.” In The World’s Religions. Ed. Robert Pierce Beaver et al. Eerdmans’ Handbooks. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 1982.

“On the Origins of of Old Northern and New Southern Christianity.” In Bilanz und Plan: Mission an der Schwalle zum dritten Jahrtausend: Festschrift für George W. Peters zu seinem achtzigsten Geburtstag, ed. Hans Kasdorf and W. Müller, 243-255. Bad Liebezell: Verlag der Liebevoller Mission, 1988.
republished as:
“On the Origins of of Old Northern and New Southern Christianity.” Chapter 6 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 68-75. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

“Primal Religions in Today’s World.” Chapter 9 in Religion in Today’s World: The Religious Situation of the World from 1945 to the Present Day, ed. Frank Whaling, 250-278. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1987.

“Proverbs.” In New Bible Commentary. 1st ed. Ed. Donald Guthrie, J. A. Motyer, and Francis Davidson. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1953.
(And in revised edition published in 1970.)

“Religion and the Press in ‘the Enclave’ in the Nigerian Civil War.” In Christianity in Independent Africa, 207-215. Ed. Edward Fasholé-Luke, Richard Gray, Adrian Hastings, and Godwin O. M. Tasie. London: Collins, 1978.

+“Religions Studies, the Universities and the Schools.” In Common Ground, 18-24, 38-44. Ed. A. R. Rodger. Dundee, 1976.

+“Religious Studies in the University: Scotland.” In Turning Points in Religious Studies: Essays in Honor of Geoffrey Parrinder, ed. Ursula King, 32-45. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1990.

“Rethinking Mission: New Direction for a New Century,” “Proselytes or Converts: Gospel and Culture in the New Testament,” and “Converting the Past: Gospel and Culture in the Early Church.” In World Mission in the Twenty-First Century, ed. Kwang Soon Lee, 69-80; 81-90; 91-98. Seoul: Center for World Mission, Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, 2001 and/or 2005.
, ed. Kwang Soon Lee, 69-80; 81-90; 91-98. Seoul: Center for World Mission, Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, 2001 and/or 2005.
note: I’ve seen this book listed with both dates; I’ve been unable to locate a copy.

“Revisiting Heinz Hunke’s Documentation for a New Millennium of Mission.” Chapter 2 in Mission, Memory and Communion: Documenting World Christianity in the Twenty-First Century, 35-43. Ed. Michael Nai-Chiu Poon, Marek A. Rostkowski, and John Roxborogh. Forward by Gerald H. Anderson. Singapore: Trinity Theological College, 2013.

“Ruminations on Rainmaking: The Transmission and Receipt of Religious Expertise in Africa.” In Experts in Africa: Proceedings of a Colloquium at the University of Aberdeen, 146-151. Ed. J. C. Stone. Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen African Studies Group, 1980.

“A Salute to Lamin Sanneh.” Forward in A New Day: Essays on World Christianity in Honor of Lamin Sanneh, ix-xiii. Ed. Akintunde E. Akinade. Forward by Andrew F. Walls. New York: Peter Lang, 2010.

“Samuel Ajayi Crowther, 1807-1851: Foremost African Christian of the Nineteenth Century.” In Mission Legacies: Biographical Studies of Leaders of the Modern Missionary Movement, ed. Gerald H. Anderson, Robert T. Coote, Norman A. Horner, and James M. Phillips, 132-139. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1994.
also published as:
“Samuel Ajayi Crowther (1807–1891): Patterns of African Christianity in the Nineteenth Century.” Chapter 8 in The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History, 155-64. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2002.

“Sierra Leone, Afroamerican Remigration and the Beginnings of Protestantism in West Africa (18th-19th Centuries).” In Transkontinentale Beziehungen in der Geschichte des Aussereuropäischen Christentums / Transcontinental Links in the History of Non-Western Christianity, ed. Klaus Koschorke, 45-56. Wiesbaden, Germany: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2002.

+“The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the Missionary Movement in Britain.” In Halle and the Beginning of Protestant Christianity in India: The Danish-Halle and the English-Halle Mission, vol. 1, ed. Andreas Gross, Y. Vincent Kumaradoss, and Heike Liebau, 107-28. Halle, Germany: Franckesche Stiftungen zu Halle, 2006.

+“Stewardship.” In A Shaftesbury Project Handbook on World Development. London: Overseas Aid and Development Group of the Shaftesbury Project, 1983.

“Such Boastings as the Gentiles Use: Thoughts on Imperialist Religion.” In An African Miscellany for John Hargeaves, ed. R. C. Bridges, 109-116. Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen African Studies Group, 1983.

“Theological Education from Its Earliest Jewish And African Christian Beginnings – Some Currents in the Wider History of Christianity.” Chapter 1 in Handbook of Theological Education in Africa. Ed. Isabel Apawo Phiri and Dietrich Werner. Regnum Studies in Global Christianity. Oxford: Regnum, 2013.

+“The Theological Faculty and Local Studies in Africa.” In Christian Theology in Independent Africa. Ed. Henry Sawyerr. Freetown, 1961

+“Theology and Scholarship in a Global Church.” In Antioch Agenda: Essays on the Restorative Church in Honor of Orlando E. Costas, ed. Daniel Jeyeraj, Robert W. Pazmino and Rodney L. Petersen, 41-48. New Delhi: ISPCK, 2007.

“Thomas Foxwell Buxton, 1786-1844: Missions and the Remedy for African Slavery.” In Mission Legacies: Biographical Studies of Leaders of the Modern Missionary Movement, ed. Gerald H. Anderson, Robert T. Coote, Norman A. Horner, and James M. Phillips, 11-17. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1994.

“Three Hundred Years of Scottish Missions.” In Roots and Fruits: Retrieving Scotland’s Missionary Story, 4-37. Ed. Kenneth R. Ross. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2014.

“Towards a Theology of Migration.” In The African Christian Presence in the West: New Immigrant Congregations and Transnational Networks in North America and Europe, ed. Freider Ludwig and Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, 314-22. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa Word Press, 2010.

“Towards Understanding Africa’s Place in Christian History.” In Religion in a Pluralistic Society: Essays Presented to C. G. Baeta, 180-189. Ed. J. S. Pobee. Leiden: Brill, 1975.

“The Translation Principle in Christian History.” In Bible Translation and the Spread of the Church, ed. Philip C. Stine, 24-39. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1990.
republished as:
“The Translation Principle in Christian History.” Chapter 3 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 26-42. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

“The Transmission of Christian Faith: A Reflection.” Chapter 51 in The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to World Christianity, 685-698. Ed. Lamin Sanneh and Michael J. McClymond. Wiley Blackwell Companions to Religion. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.

“The Western Discovery of Non-Western Christian Art.” In The Church and the Arts, ed. Diana Wood, 571-585. Studies in Church History 28. Oxford: Blackwell, 1992.
republished as:
“The Western Discovery of Non-Western Christian Art.” Chapter 13 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 173-186. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1996.

+“William Robertson Smith and the Missionary Movement.” In William Robertson Smith: Essays in Reassessment, 101-117. JSOT Supplement Series 189. Ed. William Johnstone. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1995.

+“Wesleyan Missiology Theories, the Case of Richard Watson.” In The Global Impact of the Wesleyan Traditions and Their Related Movements, , 27-47. Ed. Charles Yrigoyen, Jr. Pietist and Wesleyan Traditions. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 2002.

“World Christianity and the Early Church.” Chapter 1 in A New Day: Essays on World Christianity in Honor of Lamin Sanneh, 17-30. Ed. Akintunde E. Akinade. Forward by Andrew F. Walls. New York: Peter Lang, 2010.

“World Christianity, the Missionary Movement and the Ugly American.” Chapter 7 in World Order and Religion, 147-172. Ed. Wade Clark Roof. Albany, New York: SUNY Press, 1991.

+“World Parish to World Church: John and Charles Wesley on Home and Overseas Mission.” In Missions in the Wesleyan Spirit. Ed. Gerald H. Anderson and Darrell Whiteman. American Society of Missiology 44. Nashville, Tennessee: Providence House Publishers, 2009.
republished as:
+“World Parish to World Church: John and Charles Wesley on Home and Overseas Mission.” Chapter 13 in World Mission in the Wesleyan Spirit, 138-150. Ed. Gerald H. Anderson and Darrell Whiteman. 2nd ed. Forward by David B. Barrett. American Society of Missiology 44. Wilmore, Kentucky: Seedbed Publishing, 2014.

“Worldviews and Christian Conversion.” Chapter 11 in Mission in Context: Conversations with J. Andrew Kirk, ed. John Corrie and Cathy Ross. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2012.

+“‘You are old, Father William’: Generational Abrasiveness in the Missionary Movement.” Chapter 9 in Ecumenism and Independency in World Christianity: Historical Studies in Honour of Brian Stanley. Ed. Alexander Chow and Emma Wild-Wood. Theology and Mission in World Christianity 15. Brill, 2020.

Chapters by Andrew Walls in Booklets

“Mission and Service.” In Viewpoint: Evangelical Views on Mission and Development, 1-4. London: Christian Aid, 1975.

Unpublished Papers Presented by Andrew Walls

“Specialized Theme 7: Christian Missions, Modernisation, Colonisation and Deconlonisation.” Introductory presentation. Oslo, Norway: 19th International Congress of Historical Sciences, 6-13 August 2000.

Journal Articles by Andrew Walls

“The Acts and the Acts — Some Notes on the Book of Acts in the Second Century.” Tyndale Bulletin 12 (April 1963): 4-11.

“Africa and Christian Identity.” Mission Focus 6/7 (1978): 11-13

“Africa as the Theatre of Christian Engagement with Islam in the Nineteenth Century.” Journal of Religion in Africa 29/2 (1999): 155-174.
republished as:
+“Africa as the Theatre of Christian Engagement with Islam in the Nineteenth Century.” In Christianity and the African Imagination: Essays in Honour of Adrian Hastings, ed. David Maxwell with Ingrid Lawrie, 41-62. Brill: Leiden, 2002.

+“Africa in Christian History — Retrospect and Prospect.” Journal of African Christian Thought 1/1 (1998): 2-15.
republished as:
“Africa in Christian History — Retrospect and Prospect.” Chapter 5 in The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History, 85-115. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 2002.

“African Christianity in the History of Religions.” Studies in World Christianity 2/2 (1996): 183-203.
republished as:
“African Christianity in the History of Religions.” Chapter 6 in The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History, 116-135. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2001.

“African Church History: Some Recent Studies.” Journal of Ecclesiastical History 23/2 (1972): 161-69.

“The Anabaptists of Africa? The Challenge of the African Independent Churches.” Occasional Bulletin of Missionary Research 3/1 (1979): 48-51.
also published as:
“The Challenge of the African Independent Churches: The Anabaptists of Africa?” Chapter 9 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 111-118. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1996.

“An Anthropology of Hope: Africa, Slavery, and Civilization in Nineteenth-Century Mission Thinking.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 39/4 (2015): 225-230.

“A Bag of Needments for the Road: Geoffrey Parrinder and the Study of Religion in Britain.” Religion 10/2 (1980): 141-150.

“Bediako, Kwame, 1945 -2008.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 32/4 (2008): 188.

“Black Europeans, White Africans: Some Missionary Motives in West Africa.” Studies in Church History 15 (1978): 339-348.

+“Christian Advance Is Serial.” Mission Thrust 21/3 (2003): 1-2.

“A Christian experiment: the early Sierra Leone colony.” Studies in Church History 6 (1970): 107-129.

+“Christian Scholarship in Africa in the Twenty-First Century.” Journal of African Christian Thought 4/2 (2001): 44-52.
also appears as:
“Christian Scholarship in Africa in the Twenty-first Century.” Transformation 19/4 (2002): 217-228.
and:
+“Christian Scholarship in Africa in the Twenty-first Century.” In Religion in a World of Change: African Ancestral Religion, Islam and Christianity, ed. T. L. Okere, 144-66. Owerri: Whelan Research Academy for Religion, Culture and Society, 2002.
and in a different version:
+“Christian Scholarship and the Demographic Transformation of the Church.” In Theological Literacy for the Twenty-First Century, ed. Rodney L. Peterson with Nancy M. Rourke, 166-83. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002.

“Christianity in the non-western world – a study in the serial nature of Christian expansion.” Studies in World Christianity 1/1 (1995): 1-25.
republished as:
“Christianity in the non-western world – a study in the serial nature of Christian expansion.” Chapter 2 in The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History, 27-48. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 2002.

+“Conversion and Christian Continuity.” Mission Focus 18/2 (1990): 17-21.

“Converts or Proselytes? The Crisis over Conversion in the Early Church.”International Bulletin of Missionary Research 28/1 (2004): 2-6.

“The cost of discipleship: the witness of the African church.” Word & World 25/4 (2005): 433-443.

“Cross-cultural Encounters and the Shift to World Christianity.” The Journal of Presbyterian History 81/2: 112-116.

“Culture and Coherence in Christian History.” Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 3/1 (1985): 1-9.
also appears in:
+The Evangelical Review of Theology 9/3 (1985): 214-25;
and as:
Chapter 2 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 16-25. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1996.

+“Documentary Sources for the Study of Sierra Leone Church History.” Sierra Leone Bulletin of Religion 1/ 2 (1959): 57-61.

+“Does Christianity Change?” Religions in Education 2 (1981): 18-22.

+“Elisha and the Bears.” The Theological Students Fellowship Terminal Letter 6 (Summer 1953): 6-7.

+“English Bards and Scottish Reviewers: Some Early Interactions of Scottish and English Methodism.” Journal of the Scottish Branch of the Wesley Historical Society 3 (1974): 8-14.

+“English Bards and Scottish Reviewers: Some Early Interactions of Scottish and English Methodism.” Journal of the Scottish Branch of the Wesley Historical Society 4 (1974): 11-13.

“Eschatology and the Western Missionary Movement.” Studies in World Christianity 22/3 (2016): 182–200.

“Eusebius Tries Again: Reconceiving the Study of Christian History.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 24/3 (2000): 105-111.

+“Ecumenical Missiology in Anabaptist Perspective.” Mission Focus: Annual Review 13 (2005): 191-98.

“Evangelization and Civilization: Protestant Missionary Motivation in the Imperialist Era. IV. The British.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 6/2 (1982): 60, 62-64.

“The expansion of Christianity: An interview with Andrew Walls.” The Christian Century 117/22 (August 2, 2000): 792-795.

“From Christendom to world Christianity: missions and the demographic transformation of the church.” Crux 37/4 (2001): 9-24.
also published as:
+“From Christendom to world Christianity: missions and the demographic transformation of the church.” Princeton Seminary Bulletin 22/3 (2001): 306–330.

+“The Gilbert Family: A West Africa Footnote.” Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society 34 (1964): 145.

+“The Gospel as Prisoner and Liberator of Culture.” Faith and Thought 108/1-2 (1982): 39-52.
A slightly revised version appeared in:
+Missionalia 10/3 (1982): 93-105;
+Evangelical Review of Theology 7/2 (1983): 219-33;
and is reproduced in:
New Directions in Mission and Evangelization 3, ed. James A. Scherer and Stephen B. Bevans, 17-28. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1999.
and as:
Chapter 1 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 3-15. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1996.

“The Heretic: A Study of the Life of John William Colenso 1814–1883.” Journal of Religion in Africa 19/3 (1989): 282–285.

“Imperial Evasion.” Christian History 21/2 (2002): 41-42.

“In Memoriam: Professor Lamin O. Sanneh (1942–2019).” Studies in World Christianity 25/2 (2019): 238–239.

“‘In the Presence of Angels’ (Luke XV 10).” Novum Testamentum 3/4 (1959): 314-316.

“In Quest for the Father of Missions Studies.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 23/3 (1999): 98-105.
later revised as:
+“Scholarship under the Cross: Thinking Greek and Thinking Christian.” Journal of African Christian Thought 9/2 (2006): 16-22.

“Islam and the Sword: Some Western Perceptions 1840-1918. ” Scottish Journal of Religious Studies 5/2 (1984): 89-104.

+“James Lee of Shadoxhurst: A Study in Evangelical Religion in the Bleak Age.” Evangelical Quarterly 32/1 (1960): 34-44.

+“Kenneth Scott Latourette, Historian of Six-Continent Christianity.” Christian History 20/4 (2001): 72.

“Kwame Bediako and Christian Scholarship in Africa.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 32/4 (2008): 188-193.

+“The Latin Version of Hippolytus’ Apostolic Tradition.” Studia Patristica 3 (1961): 155-62.

“The Legacy of David Livingstone.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 11/3 (1987): 125-129.
also published as:
“David Livingstone, 1813-1873: Awakening the Western World to Africa” in Mission Legacies: Biographical Studies of Leaders of the Modern Missionary Movement, ed. Gerald H. Anderson, Robert T. Coote, Norman A. Horner, James M. Phillips, 140-47. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1994.

“The Legacy of Samuel Ajayi Crowther.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 16/1 (1992): 15-16, 18-21.

“The Legacy of Thomas Foxwell Buxton.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 15/2 (1991): 74-77.

+“‘The Likes of You’: Museums and the Disabled Visitor.” OmniGatherum (1981): 1-2.

+“Manuscripts of Dr. John Hector of Calcutta.” Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies (New Series) 1 (1982): 7.

+“Martyrs and Witnesses: Some Chapters of African Christian History.” AICMAR Bulletin 5 (2006): 1-16.

+“The McCall Papers and the Livingstone Inland Mission.” Bulletin of the Society for African Church History 1/1 (1963): 21-23.

“Migration and Evangelization: the Gospel and Movement of Peoples in Modern Times.” The Covenant Quarterly 63/1 (2005): 3-28.

+“Miss Austen on Sunday.” Trivium 6 (May 1971): 92-102.

“Miss Austen’s Theological Reading.” Anglican Theological Review 47/1 (1965): 49-58.

+“Mission and Migration: The Diaspora Factor in Christian History.” Journal of African Christian Thought 5/2 (2002): 3-11.
also published as:
“Mission and Migration: The Diaspora Factor in Christian History.” In Global Diasporas and Mission, 19-37. Ed. Chandler H. Im and Amos Yong. Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series 23. Oxford: Regnum, 2014.

“The Mission of the Church Today in the Light of Global History.” Word & World 20/1 (2000): 17-21.
republished as:
+“The Mission of the Church Today in the Light of Global History.” In Mission at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century: A Vision for the Church, ed. P. V. Martinson, 384-88. Minneapolis: Kirk House, 1999.

“Mission History as the Substructure of Mission Theology.” Swedish Missiological Themes 93/3 (2005): 367-78.

+“Mission Studies: A Must.” Kingdom Overseas (June 1968): 18-22.

+“A Missionary Manuscript on Madagascar.” Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies (New Series) 1 (1982): 8.

+“Missionary Societies and the Fortunate Subversion of the Church.” Evangelical Quarterly 88/2 (1988): 141-55.
also published as:
Chapter 18 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 241-54. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1996.

“Missionary Studies — Why and What?” TSF Bulletin 52 (Autumn 1968): 22-28.

“Missions or mission? the IRM after 75 years.” International Review of Mission 100/393 (2011): 181-188.

+“The Montanist ‘Catholic Epistle’ and Its New Testament Prototype.” Studia Evangelica 3/2 (Texte und Untersuchungen 88) (1964): 437-346.

+“The Morning Star of Africa.” Yes Magazine (May-August 2004): 18.

+“New Mission, New Scholarship: Exploring the Old Faith in New Terms.” Journal of African Christian Thought 9/2 (2006): 23-29.
Note: This is a modified version of the earlier
“Old Athens and New Jerusalem: Some Signposts for Christian Scholarship in the Early History of Mission Studies.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 21/4 (1997): 146-53.

“A Note on the Apostolic Claim in the Church Order Literature.” Studia Patristica 2 (1957): 83-92.

+“The Nova Scotian Settlers and Their Religion.” Sierra Leone Bulletin of Religion 1 (1959): 19-31.

“Obituaries: Harold W. Turner, 1911-2002.” AASR Newsletter 19 (2003): 7-9.

“Of Ivory Towers and Ashrams, Some Reflections on Theological Scholarship in Africa.” Journal of African Christian Thought 3/1 (2000): 1-4.

“The Old Age of the Missionary Movement.” International Review of Mission 76/301 (1987): 26-32.

“Old Athens and New Jerusalem: Some Signposts for Christian Scholarship in the Early History of Missions Studies.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 21/4 (1997): 146-153.
later revised as:
+“New Mission, New Scholarship: Exploring the Old Faith in New Terms.” Journal of African Christian Thought 9/2 (2006): 23-29.

+“Papers of J. W. Westgarth, Qua Iboe Mission.” Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies (New Series) 1 (1982): 6.

“Papias and Oral Tradition.” Vigiliae Christianae 21/3 (1967): 137-140.

+“Paul’s ‘Allegory’ in Galatians IV.” The Theological Students Fellowship Terminal Letter 14 (Spring 1956): 5-6.

+“A Primitive Christian Harvest Festival.” Theology 58 (1956): 336-39.

+“References to Apostles in the Gospel of Thomas.” New Testament Studies (1961): 266-70.

“Response” to Joel A. Carpenter, “To be Agents of a Life-giving Transformation: Christian Higher Education in Africa.” Occasional Publication No. 26. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale Divinity School Library, June 2019.

+“Re-Visioning Christian History with a Wider Lens.” Religion and Values in Public Life 7/4 (1999): 4-6, 8.
different versions of this paper are:
“Eusebius Tries Again: Reconceiving the Study of Christian History.” International Bulletin of Mission Review 24/3 (2000): 105-9, 110-11.
and:
+“Eusebius Tries Again: The Task of Reconceiving and Revisioning the Study of Christian History.” In Enlarging the Story: Perspectives on Writing World Church History, ed. Wilbert R. Shenk, 1-21. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2003.

+“Richard Baxter and Abraham de la Pryme.” Notes and Queries (NS) 7 (1960): 77.

+“Scholarship and the Missionary Movement: The China Experience.” Journal of African Christian Thought 9/2 (2006): 30-33.

+“Scholarship, Mission and Globalization: Some Reflections on the Christian Scholarly Vocation in Africa.” Journal of African Christian Thought 9/2 (2006): 34-37.

+“Scholarship under the Cross: Thinking Greek and Thinking Christian.” Journal of African Christian Thought 9/2 (2006): 16-22.
Note: This is a slightly modified version of the earlier “In Quest of the Father of Mission Studies.” International Bulletin of Mission Research 23/3 (1999): 98-102, 104-5.

+“A Second Narrative of Samuel Ajayi Crowther’s Early Life.” Bulletin of the Society for African Church History 2/1 (1965): 5-14.

“The significance of global Christianity for theological education and Christian scholarship.” Ogbomoso Journal of Theology 15/1 (2010): 1-10.

+“Some Attitudes to Sacrifice.” Sierra Leone Bulletin of Religion 2/2 (1960): 69-70.

+“Some Literature on Deuteronomy.” The Theological Students Fellowship Terminal Letter 11 (Spring 1955): 3-4.

Some Literature on the Pentateuch.” The Theological Students Fellowship Terminal Letter 10 (Autumn 1954): 2-5.

+“Some Recent Literature on Mission Studies.” Evangelical Quarterly 42/4 (1970): 213-29.

+“Some Recent Studies (1958-1959) Relating to Religion in Sierra Leone.” Sierra Leone Bulletin of Religion 2/2 (1960): 70-72.

“Spirituality and theological education.” Ogbomoso Journal of Theology 16/3 (2011): 1-12.

“‘Stone’ and ‘Wood’ in Oxyrhynchus Papyrus I.” Vigiliae Christianae 16/1 (1962): 71-76.

“Structural Problems in Missions Studies.” International Bulletin of Missionary Research 15/4 (1991): 146-155.
republished as:
“Structural Problems in Missions Studies.” Chapter 11 in The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of Faith, 143-59. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1996.

+“The Study of Religion in East, Central and Southern Africa,” jointly with Jocelyn Murray. Religion (1975): 94-98.

+“Theological Journalism 1954.” The Theological Students Fellowship Terminal Letter 13 (Autumn 1955): 2-3.

+“Theological Journals in 1955.” The Theological Students Fellowship Terminal Letter 16 (Autumn 1956): 5-6.

The Theological Journals in 1956.” Terminal Letter of the Theological Students’ Fellowship 19 (Autumn 1957): 5-7.

“Theology Is Moving South: Where Christian Growth and the Fruitful Questions Are.” In Trust. 14/2 (2003): 14–19.

+“Three Unpublished Mission Manuscripts.” Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies (New Series) 2 (1983-84): 17-19.

+“Thoughts on Background to the Project” (Primal Religion as the Substructure of Christianity). Journal of African Christian Thought 11/2 (2008): 1-4.

+“The Usefulness of Schoolmasters: Notes on the Earliest Sierra Leone Documents of the Methodist Missionary Society.” Sierra Leone Bulletin of Religion 3 (1961): 28-40.

+“A Watershed Period for Translation: The Bible in Sixteenth Century Europe and the Spread of the Christian Faith.” Journal of African Christian Thought 13/2 (2010): 3-10.

“West African Languages and Christian Proclamation: The Early Years.” The Bible Translator 55/3 (2004): 389-400.

+“William Singleton.” Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society 34 (1963): 23.

+“Why Missions Studies Librarianship Is Different: Responsibilities and Opportunities.” Bulletin, Association of British Theological and Philosophical Libraries 2 (November 1990): 25-33.

“World Christianity, Theological Education and Scholarship.” Transformation 28/4 (2011): 235-240.

“Worldviews and Theology.” Word and Context 5 (2006): 72-76.

Entries in Encyclopedias and Dictionaries

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“Aggrey, James Emman Kwegyir”; “Arthur, John William”; “Bishop, Isabella Lucy (Bird)”; “Bogue, David”; “Bosshardt, R(udolf) Alfred”; “Bourgeoys, Margurite”; “Buxton, Thomas Fowell”; “Cargill, David”; “Christie, Dugald”; “Colenso, John William”; “Crowther, Samuel Adjai (or Ajayi)”; “Crummell, Alexander”; “Robinson, Henry Hughes”; “Duff, Alexander”; “Falkner, Thomas”; “Fraser, Alexander Garden”; “Gardiner, Allen Francis”; “Gogerly, Daniel John”; “Gollmer, Charles Candrew (Carl Anders)”; “Graham John Anderson”; “Groves, Charles Pelham”; “Hardy, Roert Spence”; “Haweis, Thomas”; “Hinderer, David and Anna (Martin)”; “Hislop, Stephen”; “Ibiam (Francis) Akanu”; “Johnson, Samuel”; “Kerr, George McGlashamn, and Isabel (Gunn)”; “Lyall, Leslie Theodore”; “Matthews, Thomas Trotter”; “Mitchell, John Murray”; “Moshoshoe (Moshesh and various other spellings)”; “New, Charles”; “Origen”; “Parrinder, (Edward) Geoffrey (Simons)”; “Price, Roger”; “Townsend, Henry”; “Wakefield, Thomas.” In Biographical Dictionary of Christian Mission. Ed. Gerald H. Anderson. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1998.

“Aesir and vanir”; “African Independent Churches”; “African Religions”; “Afro-Brazilian Religions”; “Aladura”; “Algonquin (Algonkin) Religion”; “Anaconda”; “Ancestors, African”; “apu”; “atua”; “Australian Aborigianl Religion”; “angakok”; “Aztec Religion”; “ball-game”; “Black Elk”; “calendar (Meso-American)”; “calmacac”; “calumet”; “Cargo”; “Cernunnos”; “Cheyenne Religion”; “Christian Fellowship Church”; “Christianity in Africa”; “Christianity in Australasia”; “Christianity in Latin America”; “Christianity in the Middle East”; “Dagda, the”; “Dinka religion”; “divinization (Africa)”; “Druids”; “Dry Paintings”; “Fenrir”; “fetish”; “Frigg”; “front giants”; “fylgia” ; “Harris, William Wade”; “head cult (Celtic)”; “Hopi Religion”; “Huaca”; “human sacrifice (Miso-American)”; “Illapa”; “Inca Religion”; “Iroquois Religion”; “Kachinas”; “Land of youth”; “Lenshina”; “Loki”; “Mabinogion”; “Mamaccha”; “Mana”; “Manitou”; “Maori Religion”; “Maria Legio”; “matres”; “matrones”; “Maya religion”; “medicine bundle”; “medicine lodge”; “Melanesian Religion”; Modimo”; “Mulenga, Alice”; “Mulungu”; “Mwari”; “Navaho Religion”; “Nuer Religion”; “Olmec Religion”; “Ometeoti”; “Pachacama”; “Pachacuti”; “Pachamama”; “priesthood (Meso-America)”; “Providence Industrial Religion”; “Pueblo Religion”; “QUetzalcoatl”; “Tezcatlipoca”; “saga”; “Shamanism”; “Shilluk Religion”; “ship burial”; “Sioux Religion”; “tabu”; “Taqui Ongoy”; “Toltec Religion”; “Templo mayo”; “Tollan”; “Tyr”; “Tiwaz, Tu”; “Viracocha”; “Voluspa”; “Volva”; “windigo”; “witchcraft and soccer, African”; “wondjina”; “Zionist churches.” In Chambers Encyclopedia of Religion.

“Missionaries.” In Concise Encyclopedia of Language and Religion. Ed. J. F. A. Sawyerr and J. M. Y. Simpson. Oxford: Pergamon, 2001.

“Shamanism,” “New Religious Movements.” In Dictionary of Contemporary Religion in the Western World: Exploring Living Faiths in Postmodern Contexts. Ed. Christopher Partridge. Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 2002.

“Missiology.” In Dictionary of the Ecumenical Movement. Ed. Nicholas Lossky. Geneva: WCC Publications; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1991.

“History.” In Dictionary of Mission Theology. Ed. John Corrie. Nottingham: InterVarsity Press, 2007.

“Anderson, John”; “Arthur, John WIlliam”; “Ballantyne, James Robert”; “Campbell, Andrew”; “Cargill, David”; “Christie, Dugald”; “Dobson, Thoas”; “Farquhar, John Nicol”; “Hastings, Harry”; “Hislop, Stephen”; “Hitchcock, John WIlliam”; “Johston, Robert”; “Kerr, George McGlashan, and Kerr, Isabel Gunn”; “Kilham, Alexander”; “Legge, James”; “MacDonald, Andrew Buchanan”; “Makenzie, Peter”; “Matthews, Thomas Trotter”; “Missions”; “Mitchell, John Murray”; “Ross, John”; “Scott, George”; “Slessor, Mary Mitchell”; “Thom, WIlliam”; “Wilkie, Arthur West.” In Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology. Ed. N. M. de S. Cameron. Andrew F. Walls, Advisory Editor. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1993.

“Alexandria and Early Christianity — Egypt.” In Encyclopedia of Early Christianity. Vol. 1. Ed. Kevin Shillington. London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2005.

“Bristish Missions.” In The Encyclopedia of Christianity. Vol. 1. Ed. Erwin Fahlbusch et al. 1999.

“Azariah, V. S.”; “Clapham Sect”; “Crowther, Samuel”; “Ghana”; “Harris, William Wade”; “Inculturation”; “Jabavu, Davidson Don Tengo”; “Kilham, Hannah”; “Koelle, Sigismud W.”; Liang A-Fa (Liang-Fa; Leang A-Fa))”; “Luthuli, Albert John”; “Matthews, Z. K.”; “Pilkington, George Lawrence”; “Schon, James Frederick”; “Sharp, Granville”; “Sierra Leone”; “Studd, Charles Thomas”; “Tutu, Desmond.” In Encyclopedia of Protestantism. Ed. Hans J. Hillerbrand. new York: Routledge, 2004.

“Paris Evangelical Missionary Society.” In Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith. Ed. Donald K. McKim. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 1992.

“Gambia,” “Sierra Leone.” In The Encyclopedia of World Methodism. Ed. Nolan B. Harmon. Nashville: United Methodist Publishing House, 1974.

“World Christianity.” In The Guinness Encyclopedia. Middlesex: Guinness Publishing, 1990.

“Maccabees.” In Illustrated Bible Dictionary. InterVarsity Press, 1980.

“Apostles,” “Epistles to the Corinthians,” Gnosticism,” “New Testament Apocrypha,” “Peter, First Epistle,” Maccabees.” In The New Bible Dictionary. Ed. J. D. Douglas. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1962.

“Allen, Roland”; “Newbigin, Lesslie.” In New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic. Ed. Martin Davie, Tim Grass, Stephen R. Holmes, John McDowell, and Thomas A. Noble. 2nd ed. Downers Grove, Illinois and Nottingham: IVP Academic, 2016.

“Bunting, Jabez”; “Clowes, William”; “Kilham, Alexander”; “Methodis New Connexion”; “Peake, A. S.”; “Porteus, Beilby”; “Rastafarians”; “Testamentum Domini”; “Venn, Henry”; “Venn, John”; “Watson, Richard.” In New International Dictionary of the Christian Church. Ed. J. D. Douglas. Grand Rapids: Zondervan; Exeter: Paternoster, 1974.

“Allen, Roland”; “Ghana, Christianity in”; “Harris, William Wade”; “Nigeria, Christianity in;” “Sierra Leone.” In The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church. Ed. F. L. Cross. 3rd ed. Ed. E. A. Livingstone. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997.

“Kilham, Hannah”; “Kirchenbau Afrika.” In Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Vol. 4. Ed. Hans-Dieter Betz. Tübingen: Möhr Siebeck, 2001.

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“Kigozi.” In Who’s Who in World Religions. Ed. John R. Hinnells. New York: Holiday House, 1992.

Booklets

Needs and Opportunities in Christian Literature. 1962.

Some Personalities of Aberdeen Methodism, 1760-1970. Aberdeen, 1973.

A History of the Expansion of Christianity Reconsidered: the Legacy of George E. Day.” Occasional Publication No. 8. New Haven, CT: Yale Divinity School Library, 1996.
Note: Presented by Andrew F. Walls on June 9, 1995.
Republished as:
A History of the Expansion of Christianity Reconsidered: Assessing Christian Progress and Decline.” Chapter 1 in The Cross-Cultural Process in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission and Appropriation of Faith, 3-26. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2002.

The Morning Star of Africa. Church Missionary Society in Sierra Leone, 2004.