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Great Commission Research Journal

The Great Commission Research Journal is a scholarly, peer-reviewed publication presenting research on ministry that aims to help people follow Jesus-Christ. This research draws from multiple disciplines, including theology, missiology, psychology, sociology, anthropology, and history. The journal focuses on church-based research relevant to the Great Commission (Matt. 28:19-20), Jesus’ call to help others follow him.

Current Issue: Volume 14, Issue 2 (2022) 2022 Knox Fellowship Awards for Research on Evangelism

Special Issue on Research on Evangelism

The Great Commission Research Journal is honored to present the four papers which have won the 2022 Knox Fellowship Award for Research on Evangelism. Among many good papers submitted, these four stood out for their innovation, their research, and their theology. May the Lord use these for his glory as we work to better equip those around us for the Great Commission

Research on evangelism is not easy. Some research on evangelism is primarily theoretical and theological, and some research is empirical, conducted by gathering data and analyzing it. The ethical and logistic issues when doing empirical research on evangelism are significant. These four articles represent some of the best of contemporary thought on the subject.

Full Issue

Editorial

Articles Focusing on Special Topics

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Gerontic Evangelism
Yakubu Jakada

Articles

Perspectives

Book Reviews

About the Great Commission Research Network

Editors

General Editor
David R. Dunaetz, Azusa Pacific University
Book Review Editor
Kenneth Nehrbass, Liberty University
Assistant Editor
Hannah Jung, Azusa Pacific University
Editorial Board
Moses Audi, Baptist Theological Seminary, Kaduna, Nigeria
Brent Burdick, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary
Alan McMahan, Biola University