Today, Christian mission scholarship widely accepts the historical influence of colonialism on global mission and its impact on colonizing missiology as a scholarly discipline. Therefore, many scholars have been calling for the “decolonization” of Christian mission. This paper seeks to join the call of decolonization by offering a considerate discussion on integrating autoethnography as a research methodology in missiological inquiry. The Paper demonstrates how autoethnography can be an integral methodology for missiological inquiries, namely in the process of de-colonizing and de-westernizing contemporary mission research.
Bennett, Michael and Varghese, Allan
"To Seek and Know our Biases: Autoethnography in Missiological Inquiry,"
The Asbury Theological Journal:
2, p. 187-212.
Available at: https://place.asburyseminary.edu/asburyjournal/vol76/iss2/4