Publications

Kenneth R. Ross – Publications

2020

“The International Missionary Council between 1910 and 1961”, in Luca Ferracci and Alberto Melloni eds., A History of the Desire for Christian Unity, Leiden: Brill.

Ed. with Francis D. Alvarez SJ and Todd M. Johnson, Christianity in East and Southeast Asia, Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity Vol. 4, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2020.

2019

Ed. with Daniel Jeyaraj and Todd M. Johnson, Christianity in South and Central Asia, Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity Vol. 3, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2019, pp. xviii + 499; ISBN 9781474439824.

With Todd M. Johnson, “The Maldives”, in Kenneth R. Ross, Daniel Jeyaraj and Todd M. Johnson, Christianity in South and Central Asia, Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity Vol. 3, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2019, pp. 197-98.

“Friendship with a Purpose: Malawi and Scotland for Sustainable Development”, in Malawi and Scotland: Together for Sustainable Development, Conference Report, Malawi Scotland Partnership 2018 High Level Conference, 28-29 September 2018, Lilongwe, Edinburgh: Scotland Malawi Partnership, 2019, 42-75.

Mission as God’s Spiral of Renewal, Mzuzu: Mzuni Press, 2019, pp. 450, ISBN 9789996060649.

2018

“The Arusha Call: Signal of Missiological Convergence?” International Review of MissionVol. 107.2 (December 2018), pp. 443-57.

Friendship with a Purpose: Malawi and Scotland for Sustainable Development, Edinburgh: Scotland Malawi Partnership, 2018, pp. 48 ISBN 9781916488700. 

Ed. with Mariz Tadros and Todd M. Johnson, Christianity in North Africa and West Asia, Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity Vol. 2, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018, pp. xviii + 499, ISBN 9781474428057.

Còmhraidhean: Doing Local Theology in Argyll”, Theology in Scotland, Vol. 25/1 (Spring 2018), pp. 35-59.

With David A. Kerr, “The Commissions After a Century”, in Knud Jorgensen, Kirsteen Kim, Wonsuk Ma and Tony Gray eds., Edinburgh Centenary Series Compendium Vol. 1, Oxford: Regnum, 2018, pp. 3-10.

With Wonsuk Ma, “Conclusion: Spirituality as the Beating Heart of Mission”, in Knud Jorgensen, Kirsteen Kim, Wonsuk Ma and Tony Gray eds., Edinburgh Centenary Series Compendium Vol. 2, Oxford: Regnum, 2018, pp. 580-86.

“From Spider to Starfish: Partnership in Mission in the 21stCentury”, in Jennifer P. Martin ed., Sowing the Seeds of the Caribbean and North America Council for Mission (CANACOM): Growing from Experiment to New Dimensions in Mission Partnerships, Kingston: CANACOM, 2018, pp. 9-19.

2017

“Brexit, Trump and Christ’s Call to Discipleship”,International Review of Mission, Vol. 106.2 (405), 2017, pp. 269-88.

 “Understanding Mission Today – Points of Convergence?”, Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies, Vol. 34.4, October 2017, pp. 260-66.

Together Towards Life, Missional Formation and Transforming Discipleship”, International Review of Mission, Vol. 106.1 (404), June 2017, pp. 89-100.

“The Second WCC-CWME Consultation on Missional Formation”, International Review of Mission, Vol. 106.1 (404), June 2017, pp. 188-94.

With Todd M. Johnson, “Crafting the Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity”, International Bulletin of Mission ResearchVol. 41/2 (April 2017), pp. 107-20.

Ed. with Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu and Todd M. Johnson, Christianity in Sub-Saharan Africa, Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity Volume 1, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017, pp. xxi + 538, ISBN 9781474412032. 

With Todd M. Johnson, “Seychelles, Comoros, Mayotte and Saint Helena”, in Kenneth R. Ross, Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu and Todd M. Johnson, Christianity in Sub-Saharan Africa, Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity Volume 1, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2017, pp. 101-105.

2016

Ed. with Jooseop Keum, Kyriaki Avtzi and Roderick R. Hewitt,Ecumenical Missiology: Changing Landscapes and New Conceptions of Mission, Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series Vol. 35, Oxford: Regnum and Geneva: World Council of Churches, 2016, pp. xix + 634, ISBN 9781911372028; Spanish translation – Nuevas Concepciones de Mision y Los Cambios de Contexto, 3 Vols, Buenos Aires, Ediciones la Aurora, 2017, pp. 221 + 301 + 328, ISBN 9789505511440; Korean Translation – Seoul: Christian Literature Society of Korea, 2018, pp. 949, ISBN 978895111852493230.

“Tracing Changing Landscapes and New Conceptions of Mission”, in Kenneth R. Ross, Jooseop Keum, Kyriaki Avtzi and Roderick R. Hewitt ed., Ecumenical Missiology: Changing Landscapes and New Conceptions of Mission, Oxford: Regnum and Geneva: World Council of Churches, 2016, pp. 6-146.

“Together Towards Life and the Context of Global North”, in Kenneth R. Ross, Jooseop Keum, Kyriaki Avtzi and Roderick R. Hewitt ed., Ecumenical Missiology: Changing Landscapes and New Conceptions of Mission, Oxford: Regnum and Geneva: World Council of Churches, 2016, pp. 484-94.

“Together Towards Life and Contemporary African Theology”, in Kenneth R. Ross, Jooseop Keum, Kyriaki Avtzi and Roderick R. Hewitt ed., Ecumenical Missiology: Changing Landscapes and New Conceptions of Mission, Oxford: Regnum and Geneva: World Council of Churches, 2016, pp. 530-41.

“Review of the Series: Major Findings and Key Trends” (Regnum Edinburgh 2010 Series), Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic MissionVol. 33 No. 4 (2016), pp. 297-99.

2015

“Perspectives on Education and Formation from the World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910”, in Nelson Jennings, Teresa Chai, Steve Bevans, Werner Dietrich, Knud Jørgensen eds., Reflecting on and Equipping for Christian Mission, Oxford: Regnum, 2015, pp. 21-33.

Malawi, Scotland and a Relational Approach to International Development, Edinburgh: Scotland Malawi Partnership, 2015, pp. 48.

2014

“Together Towards Lifein the Context of Liquid Modernity: Mission and Evangelism in the Age of Secularization”, International Review of MissionVol. 103.2 (399), November 2014, pp. 240-55.

With J.C. Chakanza, “Malawi”, in Thomas Riggs ed., Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices, 2nded., Vol. 3, Farmington Hills MI: Gale, 2014, pp. 260-68.

“‘A Very Definite Radicalism’: The Early Development of the Scotland–Malawi Partnership, 2004–09”, in Afe Adogame and Andrew Lawrence ed., Africa in Scotland, Scotland in Africa: Historical Legacies and Contemporary Hybridities, Leiden: Brill, 2014, pp. 309-25.

“Understanding Mission: Two Centuries of Scottish Experience”, Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies, Vol. 31 No. 4 (October 2014), pp. 73-81.

Ed. Roots and Fruits: Retrieving Scotland’s Missionary Story, Oxford: Regnum, 2014, pp. x + 173, ISBN 9781908355294.

“The World Missionary Conference 1910: its Scottish Provenance”, in Kenneth R. Ross ed.Roots and Fruits: Retrieving Scotland’s Missionary Story, Oxford: Regnum, 2014, pp. 38-56.

With James L. Wilkie, “Edinburgh 1910 and Scottish Experience of Serving in Mission 1950-2000”, in Kenneth R. Ross ed. Roots and Fruits: Retrieving Scotland’s Missionary Story, Oxford: Regnum, 2014, pp. 91-104.

With Eva Christina Nilsson and Roderick Hewitt, “Busan and Beyond: Taking Forward the New WCC Mission Affirmation Together Towards Life,” International Review of Mission, Vol. 103.1 (398), April 2014, pp. 3-17.

With Eva Christina Nilsson and Roderick Hewitt, “Implementation of the New WCC Mission Affirmation: Together Towards Life,” International Review of Mission, Vol. 103/1 (398), April 2014, pp. 71-76.

2013

“The Role of Personal Friendships in Effective Cross-Cultural Christian Mission”, in Casely B. Essamuah and David K. Ngaruiya ed., Communities of Faith in Africa and the African Diaspora, Eugene OR: Pickwick Publications, 2013, pp. 135-48.

“Edinburgh 1910: Memory, Hope and Courage” in Cephas Omenyo and Eric Anum ed.,Trajectories of Religion in Africa, Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2013, pp. 85-98.

 “From Talk to Power: Application of Together towards Lifein Local Churches”, International Review of Mission, Vol. 102.2 (397), November 2013, pp. 148-58.

Malawi and Scotland: Together in the Talking Place since 1859, Mzuzu: Mzuni Press, 2013, pp. vii + 240, ISBN 9996027079.

“The Scots Abroad: Migration and Mission”, Theology in Scotland, Vol. 20/1 (Spring 2013), pp. 25-41.

“Review of John McCracken, A History of Malawi 1859-1966, Woodbridge, Suffolk and Rochester NY: James Currey, 2012”, The Society of Malawi Journal, Vol. 66/1 (2013), pp. 51-57.

Ed. with Wonsuk Ma, Mission Spirituality and Authentic Discipleship, Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series Vol. 14, Oxford: Regnum, 2013, pp. ix + 245, ISBN 9781908355249. 

With Wonsuk Ma, “Introduction: The Spiritual Dimension of Mission”, in Wonsuk Ma and Kenneth R. Ross ed., Mission Spirituality and Authentic Discipleship, Oxford: Regnum, 2013, pp. 1-9.

With Wonsuk Ma, “Conclusion: Spirituality as the Beating Heart of Mission”, in Wonsuk Ma and Kenneth R. Ross ed., Mission Spirituality and Authentic Discipleship, Oxford: Regnum, 2013, pp. 225-33.

2011

“‘Give Us Friends’: An Echo of Edinburgh 1910 with Prophetic Power for the 21stCentury”, in Vineeth Koshi ed., Friends and Friendship, Nagpur: National Council of Churches in India, 2011, pp. 33-45.

“Edinburgh 2010: The Common Call”, Forum Mission, Band 7 (2011), pp. 192-202.

With Todd M. Johnson, “The Atlas of Global Christianity: Its findings”, in Kirsteen Kim and Andrew Anderson ed., Edinburgh 2010: Mission Today and Tomorrow, Oxford: Regnum, 2011, pp. 191-200.

 “Mapping Ecclesiology and Mission: Trends Revealed by the Atlas of Global Christianity”, in Viggo Mortensen Andreas Østerlund Nielsen ed., Walk Humbly with the Lord: Church and Mission Engaging Plurality, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2011, pp. 27-34.

2010

“The Church Moves South – Elucidation and Implication”, Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology, Vol. 28/2 (Autumn 2010), pp. 144-60.

Edinburgh 2010: Fresh Perspectives on Christian Mission, Pasadena: William Carey International University, 2010, pp. i-v + 100, ISBN9780865850149. 

With James L. Wilkie, “Edinburgh 1910 and Scottish Experience of Serving in Mission 1950 to 2000”, Missionalia, Vol. 38/1 (April 2010), pp. 54-68.

Edinburgh 2010: New Directions for Church in Mission, Pasadena: William Carey International University, 2010, pp. i-vii + 103, ISBN 9780865850095.

“Edinburgh 1910: Scottish Roots and Contemporary Challenges”, Theology in Scotland,Vol. XVII/1 (Spring 2010), pp, 5-21.

With Todd M. Johnson, “The Making of the Atlas of Global Christianity”, International Bulletin of Missionary Research, Vol. 34 No. 1 (January 2010), pp. 12-16.

With David A. Kerr, “La Conférence Missionaire Mondiale d’Edimbourg en 1910: Ses Huit Commissions dans leur Contexte Historique et leur Signification Permanente”, in Histoire et Missions Chrétiennes, No. 13 (Mars 2010), pp. 5-32.

2009

Ed with Todd M. Johnson, Atlas of Global Christianity 1910-2010, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009, pp. i-xix + 361, ISBN 9780748632671.

“Edinburgh 1910: A Defining Moment”, in T.M. Johnson & K.R. Ross ed., Atlas of Global Christianity, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009, pp. xvi-xvii.

With Kirsteen Kim, “Edinburgh 1910 and 2010: Centenary Assessment and Mission Renewal”, One in Christ, Vol. 43/2 (Winter 2009), pp. 113-135.

“From Edinburgh 1910 to Edinburgh 2010”, in Mogens S. Mogensen ed., Edinburgh 1910 – 100 Ar Efter: Fra Autoritet til Autencitet i Mission, Fredericksberg: Dansk Missionsrad, 2009, pp. 8-46.

 “Old Church and New Evangelism: A Scottish Perspective on Christian Mission in Today’s Europe”, Missiology: An International Review, Vol. XXXVII (October 2009), pp. 511-525.

Edinburgh 2010: Springboard for Mission, Pasadena: William Carey International University, 2009, pp. i-ii + 82, ISBN 9780865850088.

Ed with David A. Kerr, Edinburgh 2010: Mission Then and Now, Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series Vol. 1, Oxford: Regnum, 2009, ISBN 9781870345736.

With David A. Kerr, “The Edinburgh 1910 World Missionary Conference: Its Eight Commissions in Historical Context and their Continuing Significance”, in D.A. Kerr & K.R. Ross ed., Edinburgh 2010: Mission Then and Now, Oxford: Regnum, 2009, pp. 1-20.

With David A. Kerr, “The Commissions After a Century”, in D.A. Kerr & K.R. Ross ed., Edinburgh 2010: Mission Then and Now, Oxford: Regnum, 2009, pp. 305-317.

2008

“Andrew Ross: CCAP Minister, Church Historian and Social Activist”, Religion in Malawi, No. 15 (2008-09), pp. 43-45.

“The Legacy of James Dougall”, International Bulletin of Missionary Research, Vol. 32 No. 4 (October 2008), pp. 206-09.

 “Like a Mask Dancing: Partnership in Mission Enters a New Mode”, Journal of Rethinking Mission, April 2008.

“Beyond Religious Tourism: Twinning as a Missionary Method”,Journal of Rethinking Mission, April 2008.

2007

“Christian Mission and the End of Poverty: Time for Eschatology”, Mission Studies, Vol. 24/1 (2007), pp. 79-97.

 “James Dougall 1896-1980: Architect of Scottish Post-War Foreign Mission Policy”, Records of the Scottish Church History Society, Vol. XXXVII (2007), pp. 183-206.

2006

 “The Centenary of Edinburgh 1910 – Its Possibilities”, International Bulletin of Missionary Research, Vol. 30/4 (October 2006), pp. 177-79.

“’No One Can Shave Your Head in Your Absence’: Scotland and Malawi Today”, Edinburgh Review, Vol. 118 (2006), pp. 25-30.

“The Edinburgh 1910 Centenary: Planning and Doing”, International Review of Mission, Vol. 95 Nos. 378/379 (July/October 2006), pp. 407-18.

2005

“Asia’s Cry for Reconciliation: A Challenge to the Churches”, Asia Journal of Theology, Vol. 19/2 (October 2005), pp. 412-30.

“Non-Western Christians in Scotland: Mission in Reverse”, Theology in Scotland, Vol. XII/2 (Autumn 2005), pp. 71-89.

 “Releasing First-World Wealth for Global Mission: What Levers can be Pulled Today?”, Mission Studies, Vol. 22/1 (2005), pp. 9-24.

“Thinking Edinburgh 2010 – Tracing the Impulse of the Spirit” , International Review of Mission, Vol. XCIV No. 375 (October 2005), pp. 585-601.

2004

“The HIV/AIDS Pandemic: What is at Stake for Christian Mission?”,Missiology: An International Review, XXXII/3 (July 2004), pp. 337-48.

“Booth, Joseph”, “Church of Scotland” and “Ethnicity” in Hans Hillerbrand ed., The Encyclopedia of Protestantism, New York & London: Routledge, 2004, pp. 285, 444-446, 698-700.

“Identity Politics and the Grace of God: ‘I Have Seen the Lion Lie Down with the Lamb’”, in Howard Mellor & Timothy Yates ed., Mission, Violence and Reconciliation, Calver: Cliff College, 2004, pp. 99-107.

“’Worrisome Trends’: The Voice of the Churches in Malawi’s Third Term Debate”, African Affairs, Vol. 103 (January 2004), pp. 91-107.

2003

“’Blessed Reflex’: Mission as God’s Spiral for Renewal”, International Bulletin of Missionary Research, Vol. 27 No. 4 (October 2003), pp. 62-68.

“Identity and Purpose Renewed: the Church of Scotland and Worldwide Mission in the 21stCentury”International Review of Mission, Vol. XCII No. 366 (July 2003), pp. 393-405.

 “Church Life, Civil Society and Democratization in Malawi 1992-96”, in James L. Cox and Gerrie ter Haar ed., Uniquely African: African Christian Identity from Cultural and Historical Perspectives, Trenton: Africa Christian Press, 2003, pp. 131-156.

2002

Mission as God’s Spiral of Renewal, Edinburgh: St Andrew Press, 2002, pp. 16, ISBN 0861533372.

Following Jesus and Fighting HIV/AIDS: A Call to Discipleship, Edinburgh: St Andrew Press, 2002, pp. 76, ISBN 0861533399.

 “What Theological Education for Africa Today?”, Ministerial Formation, Vol. 98/99 (July/October 2002), pp. 111-121.

“Serving by Going: The Missionary Call Then and Now”, in David F. Wright and David Stay ed., Serving the Word of God: Celebrating the Life and Ministry of James Philip, Edinburgh: Christian Focus / Rutherford House, 2002, pp.117-130.

“Malawi” in H.D. Betz, D.S. Browning, B. Janowski, E. Jungel eds., Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart, 4thed., Tubingen: J.C.B. Mohr, 2002, Vol. 5, p. 708.; English translation Religion in Past and Present, Leiden: Brill, 2006.

2000

With Elizabeth Grant and Peter J. Wood, Moving with Christ in Mission: Five Bible Studies on Philippians 2, Edinburgh: St Andrew Press, 2000, pp. 34, ISBN 086153297X.

1999

“Current Ecclesiological Trends in Northern Malawi”, Journal of Religion in Africa, Vol. XXIX Fasc. 4 (1999), pp. 465-485.

1998

Here Comes Your King! Christ, Church and Nation in Malawi, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1998, pp. 200, ISBN 9990816107.

Ed. With J.C. Chakanza, Religion in Malawi: An Annotated Bibliography, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1998, pp. 160, ISBN 9990816131.

Ed. with K.M. Phiri, Democratization in Malawi: a Stock-taking, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1998, pp. 400, ISBN 999081612X/3926105860.

Ed. Faith at the Frontiers of Knowledge, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1998, pp. 240, ISBN 9990816115; repr. Luviri Reprints 2018.

“Religion in Malawi: A Select Critical Bibliography”,Missionalia, Vol. 26 No. 2 (1998), pp. 186-209.

With Kings M. Phiri, “Introduction: From Totalitarianism to Democracy in Malawi” in K.M. Phiri & K.R. Ross ed.,Democratization in Malawi: a Stock-taking, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1998, pp. 9-16.

“Does Malawi (still) Need a Truth Commission?” in K.M. Phiri & K.R. Ross ed., Democratization in Malawi: a Stock-taking, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1998, pp. 334-352.

With J.C. Chakanza, “Churches and Reconstruction in Malawi: Current Ecumenical Challenges” in Leny Lagerwerf ed., Reconstruction: The WCC Assembly Harare 1998 and the Churches in Southern Africa, Zoetermeer: Meinema, 1998 (IIMO Research Publication 47), pp. 107-132.

“Introduction: Faith, Science and Society” in Kenneth R. Ross ed., Faith at the Frontiers of Knowledge, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1998, pp. 9-15.

“Paradigm Shift in Scientific Advance: A Model for Christian Conversion in the Modern World?” in Kenneth R. Ross ed., Faith at the Frontiers of Knowledge, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1998, pp. 163-178.

“The Transformation of Power in Malawi 1992-95: the Role of the Christian Churches”, in Barbara Butler ed., Open Hands: Reconciliation, Justice and Peace Work Around the World, London: Kevin Mayhew, 1998, pp. 289-312.

“Introduction” in Y.Z. Mwasi, Essential and Paramount Reasons for Working Independently, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1998 [1933], pp. 7-14.

1997

“Current Christological Trends in Northern Malawi”, Journal of Religion in Africa, Vol. XXVII Fasc. 2 (1997), pp. 160-76.

“Malawi’s Peaceful Revolution 1992-94: the Role of the Church of Scotland”, Scottish Church History Society Records, Vol. XXVII (1997), pp. 280-304.

“Doing Theology with a New Historiography”, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, No. 99 (November 1997), Silver Jubilee Issue, pp. 94-98.

“Malawian Christianity: Shall we Tell the Whole Story?”, Religion in Malawi, No. 7 (1997), pp. 31-38.

“Crisis and Identity: Presbyterian Ecclesiology in Southern Malawi 1891-1993”, Missionalia, Vol. 25 No. 3 (1997), pp. 375-91.

1996

Ed. Christianity in Malawi: A Sourcebook, Gweru: Mambo Press, 1996, pp. 253, ISBN 0869226150/3926105577.

Ed. God, People and Power in Malawi: Democratization in Theological Perspective, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1996, pp. 272, ISBN 9990816042/3926105712; repr. Luviri Reprints 2018.

“The Transformation of Power in Malawi 1992-94: the Role of the Christian Churches” in Kenneth R. Ross ed., God, People and Power in Malawi: Democratization in Theological Perspective, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1996, pp. 15-40.

“A Practical Theology of Power for the New Malawi”, in Kenneth R. Ross ed., God, People and Power in Malawi: Democratization in Theological Perspective, Blantyre: CLAIM, 1996, pp. 225-267.

Ed. with I.A. Phiri & J.L. Cox, The Role of Christianity in Development, Peace and Reconstruction: Southern Perspectives, Nairobi: All Africa Conference of Churches, 1996, (African Challenge Series No. 8), pp. 302, ISBN 9966886613.

With Klaus Fiedler, “Vision and Reality: Postgraduate Theology Degrees at the University of Malawi”, Ministerial FormationNo. 72 (January 1996), pp. 15-19.

“The Transformation of Power in Malawi 1992-95: the Role of the Christian Churches”, The Ecumenical Review, Vol. 48 No. 1 (January 1996), pp. 38-52.

“Where were the Prophets and Martyrs in Banda’s Malawi? Four Presbyterian Ministers”, Missionalia, Vol. 24 No. 2 (August 1996), pp. 113-128.

1995

Gospel Ferment in Malawi: Theological Essays, Gweru: Mambo Press, 1995, pp. 151, ISBN 0869226150/3926105445; repr. Luviri Reprints 2018.

Ed. with M.S. Nzunda, Church, Law and Political Transition in Malawi 1992-94, Gweru: Mambo Press, 1995, pp. 170, ISBN 0869226029/3926105410.

Ed. Church, University and Theological Education in Malawi, Zomba: University of Malawi & Bonn: VKW, 1995, pp. 83, ISBN 39261054496.

“Christian Faith and National Identity: the Malawi Experience”, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, No. 93 (December 1995), pp. 51-62.

“The Kingdom of God and Contemporary Politics: Theological Reflection on Social Change in Malawi”, Missionalia, Vol. 23 No. 1 (April 1995), pp. 57-71.

“The Truth Shall Set You Free: Christian Social Witness in Malawi 1992-93”, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, No. 90 (March 1995), pp. 17-30.

“Preaching in Mainstream Christian Churches in Malawi: A Survey and Analysis”, Journal of Religion in Africa,Vol. XXV Fasc. 1 (1995), pp. 3-24.

“The Renewal of the State by the Church: the Case of the Public Affairs Committee in Malawi”, Religion in MalawiNo. 5 (1995), pp. 29-37.

“Not Catalyst But Ferment: The Distinctive Contribution of the Churches to Political Reform in Malawi 1992-93”, in P. Gifford ed.,The Christian Churches and the Democratisation of Africa, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1995, pp. 98-107.

1994

“Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Malawi 1988-93” Religion in Malawi,No. 4 (1994), pp. 3-7.

1993

Presbyterian Theology and Participatory Democracy, Edinburgh: St Andrew Press, 1993, pp. 24, ISBN 0861531779.

Malawi: A Moment of Truth, anonymously published, London: Catholic Institute for International Relations, 1993, pp. 31, ISBN 185287113.

“Paradigm Shift in Scientific Advance: A Model for Christian Conversion in the Modern World?, Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology, Vol. 11 No. 1 (Summer 1993), pp. 1-16.

“Vernacular Translation in Christian Mission: The Case of David Clement Scott and the Blantyre Mission 1888-98”, Missionalia, Vol. 21 No. 1 (April 1993), pp. 5-18.

“You Did Not Dance: Theology and Recreation in the African Context”, Journal of Theology for Southern Africa, No. 82 (March 1993), pp. 45-53.

 “Kirche und Gesellschaft in Malawi: Die Krise von 1992 in historischer Perspektive”, Evangelisches Missionswerk in Deutschland Informationen, Hamburg, No. 98 (1993), pp. 5-16.

“The African Church and Eastern Orthodoxy” Africa Theological Journal, Vol. 22 No. 1 (1993), pp. 10-20.

28 entries, including “Begg, James”, “Declaratory Acts”, “Free Church of Scotland 1843-1900” and “Rainy, Robert”, in the Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology, ed. N.M. De S. Cameron, Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1993.

1992

“What has Jerusalem to do with Athens? Theology at the University of Malawi”, Ministerial Formation, No. 56 (January 1992), pp. 3-6.

“Religious Pluralism: A Theological Challenge to Malawian Christians”, Sources for the Study of Religion in Malawi, No. 15 (1992), pp. 15-53.

1991

“Calvinists in Controversy: John Kennedy, Horatius Bonar and the Moody Mission of 1873-74”, Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology, Vol. 9 No. 1 (Spring 1991), pp. 51-63.

1990

“The Place of Theology in the Modern University”, Journal of Humanities(University of Malawi), No. 4 (1990), pp. 1-9.

“The Theology of Hope: A Missing Link in African Christianity”, Africa Theological Journal, Vol. 19 No. 3 (1990), pp. 197-211.

1988

Church and Creed in Scotland: The Free Church Case 1900-1904 and its Origins, Edinburgh: Rutherford House, 1988, pp. 412 + xii, ISBN 0946068305.

“The Union of 1900 and the Relation of Church and Creed in Scotland”, Scottish Church History Society Records, Vol. XXIII Part 2 (1988), pp. 241-253.