edited by Leo D. Lefebure
contributions by Chester Gillis, Brian Flanagan, Brian M. Doyle, Charles E. Curran, Gemma Tulud Cruz, John Borelli, Thomas Banchoff, Peter C. Phan, Keith Ward, Stephanie Wong, Cristina Lledo Gomez, Debora Tonelli, Jonathan Tan, John O'Malley, Alan Mitchell, Dale T. Irvin and William P. Loewe
foreword by Thomas Banchoff
Georgetown University Press, 2022
Paper: 978-1-64712-241-6 | Cloth: 978-1-64712-240-9
Library of Congress Classification BR1065.T44 2022
Dewey Decimal Classification 275


A comprehensive series of essays exploring Peter C. Phan’s groundbreaking work to widen Christian theology beyond the Western world

Peter C. Phan’s wide-ranging contributions to theology and his pioneering work on religious pluralism, migration, and Christian identity have made a global impact on the field.

The essays in Theology without Borders offer a variety of perspectives across Phan’s fundamental work in eschatology, world christianity, interreligious dialogue, and much more. Together, these essays offer a comprehensive assessment of Phan’s groundbreaking work across a range of theological fields. Included in the conversation are discussions of world Christianity and migration, Christian identity and religious pluralism, Christian theology in Asia, Asian American theology, eschatology, and Phan’s lasting legacy.

Theology without Borders provides a welcome overview for anyone interested in the career of Peter C. Phan, his body of work, and its influence.