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Samuel J. Escobar Collection

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Multicultural Lectureship



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Title: Samuel J. Escobar Collection, 1983-1984Add to your cart.

ID: COLL/083

Primary Creator: Escobar, Samuel J. (1934 -)

Extent: 1.0 Box. More info below.

Arrangement: Folder level description

Subjects: Missions - Theory, Modernism, Protestantism - 20th century

Abstract

Associate general secretary of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students, Lima, Peru. Lectures and course outlines concerning evangelical missiology, and Protestant thought and modernity. [See also the Campus Titles Database.]

Biographical Note

J. Samuel Escobar Aguirre was born in Arequipa, Perú in 1934. Escobar attended San Marcous University in Lima and completed his Ph.D. at Complutense University in Madrid, Spain. After graduation, Escobar became an elementary and high school teacher in Peru. Escobar married his church sweetheart, Lilly Artola in 1958.

Escobar was always interested student involvement with missionary work. Escobar was one of the founding members of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) in Latin America. In 1959 became the traveling secretary for IFES in Latin America and then became regional secretary, serving IFES for 26 years. From 1972-1975 he also worked as the General Director of InterVaristy Christian Fellowship in Canada.

Escobar has written numerous articles, books, and essays as well as served as editor of several magazines and other publication in Latin America. Escobar has had the privilege to be a speaker at several Urbana missionary conventions and taught seminaries throughout the world. Another honor Escobar has received was the Honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada in 1997.

Subject/Index Terms

Missions - Theory
Modernism
Protestantism - 20th century

Administrative Information

Repository: Heritage Hall, Hekman Library

Alternate Extent Statement: 0.25 cubic ft.

Acquisition Source: Gift of S.E. Escobar


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Series 1: Multicultural Lectureship --- 1983-1984Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: Religion 253: Evangelical Missiology: a Third World PerspectiveAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Religion 251: Humanity, History, and LiberationAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Spanish W51: Man, History and Hope in Ernesto Sabato, Cesar Vallejo and Mario Vargas LlosaAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Religion 252: Protestant Thought and ModernityAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Antología, compiled by S. Escobar, for Spanish W51Add to your cart.


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