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Roland Allen


Compiled by the Right Reverend Dr. Terry M. Brown
Retired Bishop of Malaita

Roland Allen, the Holy Spirit and Missions.
By Henry R. Boer.
World Dominion, Vol. 33(5), September-October, 1955.

Reform of the Ministry: a Study in the Work of Roland Allen.
By David M. Paton.
London: Lutterworth Press, 1968.

Roland Allen: Sein Leben und Werk.
By Hans Wolfgang Metzner.
Gütersoloh: Güterloher Verlagshaus Gerd Mohn, 1970.

Roland Allen: Pioneer in a Spirit-Centred Theology of Mission.
By John E. Brammer.
Missiology, Vol. 5(2), April 1977.

Roland Allen — a Prophet for This Age.
By Priscilla M. Allen.
The Living Church, Vol. 192(16), April 20, 1986.

The Legacy of Roland Allen.
By Charles H. Long and Anne Rowthorn.
International Bulletin of Missionary Research, April 1989.

Sacrament and Growth: a Study in the Sacramental Dimension of Expansion in the Life of the Local Church, as Reflected in the Theology of Roland Allen.
By Åke Talltorp.
Uppsala: Swedish Institut [sic] of Missionary Research, 1989.

Roland Allen: a Prophet for a “Decade of Evangelism”.
The Modern Churchman, Vol. 34(4), 1993.

Roland Allen: Pioneer, Priest and Prophet.
By Hubert J.B. Allen.
Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications and Grand Rapids: Wm. B Eerdmans, 1995.

Of Some of the Causes Which Led to the Preservation of the Foreign Legations in Peking.
Cornhill Magazine, No. 491, November, 1900.

Of Some of the Conclusions Which May Be Drawn From the Siege of the Foreign Legations in Peking.
Cornhill Magazine, No. 494, February, 1901.

The Siege of the Peking Legations: Being the Diary of the Rev. Roland Allen.
London: Smith, Elder & Company, 1901. [External link]

Letter to the Parishioners of Chalfont St. Peter, November 25th, 1907.
Reprinted in The Ministry of the Spirit, edited by David Paton, pp. 193-197.
London: World Dominion Press, 1960.

Foundation Principles of Foreign Missions.
Bungay, Suffolk: Richard Clay & Sons [privately printed], c. 1910.

Missionary Methods, St. Paul's or Ours?: a Study of the Church in the Four Provinces.
London: Robert Scott, 1912. [External link]

The Montessori Method and Missionary Methods.
International Review of Mission, Vol. 3 (2), 1913, pp. 329-341.

The Influence of Foreign Missions on the Church at Home.
The Commonwealth, Vol. 18/No. 212, December, 1913, pp. 382-396.

Essential Missionary Principles.
Chicago and New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1913.

保罗 布道 遗 规 = The Missionary methods of St. Paul /
Baoluo budao yi gui = The Missionary methods of St. Paul.
Shanghai: 上海广学会 (Shanghai Guang Xuehui), 1915.

Pentecost & the World: the Revelation of the Holy Spirit in the "Acts of the Apostles."
London: Oxford University Press, 1917.

Educational Principles and Missionary Methods; the Application of Educational Principles to Missionary Evangelism.
London: Robert Scott, 1919. [External link]

Islam and Christianity in the Sudan.
International Review of Mission, Vol. 9(4), 1920, pp. 531-543.

Missionary Survey as an Aid to Intelligent Co-operation in Foreign Missions
(with Thomas Cochrane).
London and New York: Longmans, 1920. [External link]

The Case for Voluntary Clergy: an Anglican Problem.
The Interpreter, July 1922, pp. 314 ff.

Voluntary Clergy.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1923.

Education in the Native Church.
London: World Dominion Press, c. 1926.

Money the Foundation of the Church.
The Pilgrim, Vol. 6(4), July, 1926, pp. 417-428.

Devolution and Its Real Significance (with Alexander McLeish).
London: World Dominion Press, c. 1927.

Mission Activities Considered in Relation to the Manifestation of the Spirit.
London: World Dominion Press, c. 1927.

The Use of the Term ‘Indigenous’.
International Review of Mission, Vol. 16(2), 1927, pp. 262-270.

The Church and an Itinerant Ministry.
The East & the West, Vol. 25/No. 98, April, 1927, pp. 123-133.

The Establishment of the Church in the Mission Field: a Critical Dialogue.
[London: no publisher, c. 1927].

Le Zoute: a Critical Review of "The Christian Mission in Africa" [by Edwin W. Smith].
London: World Dominion Press, 1927.

The Spontaneous Expansion of the Church: and the Causes Which Hinder It.
London: World Dominion Press, 1927.

Jerusalem: a Critical Review of "The World Mission of Christianity" [issued by the International Missionary Council].
London: World Dominion Press, 1928.

Voluntary Clergy Overseas: an Answer to the Fifth World Call.
Amenbury: printed for private circulation, 1928.

Non-Professional Missionaries.
Amenbury: printed for private circulation, 1929.

The "Nevius method" in Korea (with Floyd Eugene Hamilton).
London: World Dominion Press, c. 1930.

The Case for Voluntary Clergy.
London : Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1930.

The Place of Medical Missions.
London: World Dominion Press, c. 1930.

The Place of “Faith” in Missionary Evangelism.
London: World Dominion Press, c. 1930.

The Ministry of Expansion: the Priesthood of the Laity.
Unpublished manuscript, 1930.

The Priesthood of the Church.
Church Quarterly Review, January 1933, pp. 233-244.

Sidney James Wells Clark: a Vision of Foreign Missions.
London: World Dominion Press, 1937.

The Ministry of the Spirit: Selected Writings of Roland Allen, edited by David Paton with a memoir by Alexander McLeish.
London, World Dominion Press, 1960.

La Expansión Espontanea de la Iglesia.
[Spanish translation of The Spontaneous Expansion of the Church]
Buenos Aires: Editorial la Aurora, 1970.

The Compulsion of the Spirit: a Roland Allen Reader.
Edited by David M. Paton and Charles H. Long.
Grand Rapids: Eerdmans and Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications, 1983.

바울의 선교방법론 / Paul ŭi Sŏn'gyo Pangbŏmnon.
[Korean translation of Missionary Methods, St. Paul’s or Ours?, by Nam-sik Kim.]
Seoul: 도서출판 베다니 (Tosŏ Ch'ulp'an Pedani), 1998.

선교의 영 / Sŏn'gyo ŭi Yŏng.
[Korean translation of Missionary Principles, by Nam-sik Kim.]
Seoul:  기독교문서선교회 (Kidokkyo Munsŏ Sŏn'gyohoe), 2008.

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