Thanks to LICC’s ever-informative Antony Billington for bringing this to my attention.
The February 2014 issue of Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis focuses on the theme of Missional Hermeneutics. It represents another welcome addition to the growing literature on the missional interpretation of Scripture. Here is a list of the contents. (You can download the issue as a pdf or view the issue on the journal’s website)
EDITORIAL PREFACE TO THE ISSUE
Greg McKinzie, “Mission and the Renewal of Restoration Movement Hermeneutics”
Mark Love, “Missional Interpretation: The Encounter of a Holy God through a Living Text”
Greg McKinzie, “Currents in Missional Hermeneutics”
Derran Reese, “Contesting Culture: Contextualizing Worship in Northern Thailand”
Sean Todd, “Cultural Issues in Translation: The Thai Easy-to-Read Version”
Yancy Smith, “The Mystery and Mirage of Equivalence: Bible Translation Theories and the Practice of Christian Mission”
Andy Johnson, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Missional Hermeneutics Lived Out in Burkinabe Villages”
James Thompson and Tommy Givens, “NT Scholars Discuss Missional Hermeneutics”
Review of Ross Hastings, Missional God, Missional Church: Hope for Re-evangelizing the West by Daniel McGraw
Here is how the journal describes itself
Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis
MISSIO DEI exists to provide a medium for exploring the rich tradition and ongoing practice of participation in the mission of God among the churches of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement.
MISSIO DEI is published semiannually by the Missio Dei Foundation, a non-profit enterprise founded in 2009 to further reflection on the theology and practice of missions among the churches of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement and promote an inclusive missiological discourse.