The International Review of Mission (IRM) is the missiological quarterly of the WCC. Whilst its focus is ecumenical missiology, it also gives a voice to other perspectives, such as those from Pentecostal and Evangelical theologians. Articles and academic papers on important mission events are presented along with book reviews and a detailed bibliography of current literature from the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World (Edinburgh).
Recent and forthcoming issues explore: Health, faith and healing; Bible study and mission; ecclesiology and mission; Christian presence and witness in the Middle East; African Christian Diaspora in Europe; Christian witness in post-modern and secular contexts; critical reading of mission history; mission and inter-religious dialogue; mission as reconciliation and healing.
- Ecumenical Movement
- World Council of Churches
- Intercultural and contextual theologies
- Intercultural theologies
- Global Church History and World Christianity
- History of Christian missions
- World Christianity