This volume is a wakeup call. It challenges us to ponder over the words of Pope Paul VI anew and take up the required steps: “modern man listens more willingly to witnesses than to teachers, if he does listen to teachers, it is because they are witnesses (Evangelii nuntianti 41).”
It does a retrospection on the missionary activities of the past and appreciates the sacrifices and valour of the towering personalities of mission-history. It is a sumptuous intellectual banquet for all who take the Christian faith seriously and reflectively, on account of the variety of the angles from which the topic ‘Mission’ is discussed. The analyses of the topic is not only insightful, informative and scientific, but also opens up new avenues for further explorations.