Different societies vary in exactly how they understand Christ's gospel message in terms of their own culture. The rewarding essays in Jesus without Borders offer an impressively wide-ranging survey of those diverse responses and understandings of Christology. Provocative and interesting.
This book provides all of us with a kind of stereophonic listening to one another across the cultures that shape us but should not define us as Christians. The whole Majority World Theology series promises to be a refreshingly reciprocal contribution to global theology.
-Christopher J. H. Wright,
A well-written and much-needed book. Through these essays the reader travels around the world and gets a flavor of the rich theological ferment under way in world Christianity.
University of Notre Dame
Provides an important invitation. . . . Each chapter's response to Jesus' question `Who do you say I am?' offers a slightly different perspective on how Christians around the world answer that question. Jesus without Borders helps us take seriously the global nature of Christian faith and practice.
-Juan Francisco Martínez,
Fuller Theological Seminary
Christianity is rapidly expanding in the Majority World, which is playing more and more a part in the faith's ongoing theological development. . . . We are privileged to have this collection of essays as a guide to what we may expect to see in the years to come.
Beeson Divinity School