In Press:

Transforming Worldviews. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House. (to be published in 2007).

The gospel in human contexts: Changing Perceptions of Contextualizatiol1. In Proceedings of the Union Biblical Seminary Missions Conference, 2006.(Puni, India- to be published in 2007).

Worldviews and why they matter: Continuing Jesus' Ministry of Deliverance. edited by Loren L. Johns and James R. Krabill. Institute of Mennonite Studies/Herald Press. (release date 2006).

Anthropology, Missions and Epistemological Shifts. For Charles Kraft's feistschrift.

Charles Van Engen, ed. (to be published in 2007).

Changing Perceptions of Contextualization. For David Hesselgrave's book to be published by John Knox, 2007.

In Print:


Anthropological Reflections on Missiological Issues. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, 1994. Translated into Korean, 1997.

Missiological Implications of Epistemological Shifts. 1999. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International

Folk Religions: Understanding Popular Religious Beliefs and Practices. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House. 1999.

Incarnational Ministries: Church Planting in Ban, Tribal, Peasant and Urban Societies. Paul G. Hiebert and Eloise Hiebert Meneses. 1995. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House. Korean Translation by the Christian Literature Crusade, Seoul, Korea. 1998. Translated into Portuguese, 2003.

Case Studies in Missions. 1987. With Frances Hiebert. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House.

Anthropological Insights for Missionaries. 1985. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House. Translated into Portuguese: 0 Evangelho e a Diversidade das Culturas: Urn Guida de Anthropologia Missionaria.  Sao Paulo, Brazil: Vida Nova. 1999. Translated into French 2002.

Cultural Anthropology. 1976. New York: 1. B. Lippencott. Revised version printed by Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, MI. 1983. Chapter 7: Statuses, roles and relationships translated into French and published by l' Association Traduire la Bible, Valence, France, 2000.

Konduru: Structure and Integration in a South Indian Village. 1971.   Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Wonders and the Word. 1989. Jim Coggins and Paul G. Hiebert, eds. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Kindress Press. In this I have a major chapter and collaborated on the introduction.


Western images of others and otherness. 2006. Race and Ethnicity. Robert Priest, ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Missionary as mediator of global theologizing. 2006. Doing Theology in a Globalizing World. Craig Ott and Harold A. Netland, eds. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House. April, 2006.

Sociocultural theories and mission to the west. Evangelical, Ecumenical, and Anabaptist Missiologies in Conversion: Essays in Honor of Wilbert R. Shenk. Janles R. Krabill, Walter Sawatsky and Charles E. Van Engen, eds. Maryknoll: Orbis Books. 2006.

Missional Theology. Tite Tienou and Paul Hiebert. Missiology. April, 2006.

Are we our 'others' keepers? Integral Mission: The Way Forward. C. V. Mathew, ed. Tiuruvalla, Kerala: Christava Sahitya Samithi. 2006

*Field research for missions. Ministry in Tribal Societies. Bangalore: South Asia Institute for Advanced Christian Studies. 2006.

*Introduction. Announcing the Kingdom. Art Glasser. Grand Rapids, Baker Book House.

The Gospel in human contexts. Vantage Point. January-February, 2006. pp.3-6.

Worldviews and why they matter. [In ???] Elkhart, IN: Mennonite Center. 2006 3-23.

Worldview transformation. In From the Straight Path to the Narrow Way: Journeys of Faith. David H. Greenlee, ed. Waynseboro, GA: Authentic. 2005.

*Syncretism and social paradigms. Van Rheenen, Gailyn, ed. EMS 2004 conference papers. Fall 2005.

From Systematic and Biblical to Missional Theology. In Appropriate Christianity. Charles H. Kraft, ed. William Carey Library. 2005.

The Christian response to Hinduism. And Spiritual Warfare and Worldview. In Missiology for the 2Ft Century: South Asian Perspectives. Roger Hedlund and Paul Joshua Bhakiaraj, eds. Delhi: ISPCK/MIIS. 2004. 324-335.

Spiritual warfare and worldview. In Missiology for the 2Ft Century: South Asian Perspectives. Roger Hedlund and Paul Bhakiraj, eds. Delhi: ISPCK/MISS. 2004. 471-477.

A Christian response to Hinduism. Christian Witness in Pluralistic contexts in the 21st  Century!. Enoch Wan, ed. Evangelical Missiological Society Series: Number 11. Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library. 2003. 83 - 123.

Missiological issues in the encounter with emerging Hinduism. Missiology: An International Review. 28:1:47-63.

Missions and the renewal of the church. Japan Evangelism: 2002 CPI Conference Special Edition. 2002. 33-40.

Transforming worldviews. 2002. Mission Focus. 10:5-25.

* At the heart of conversion: a transformation of world view. Mission Focus. 10:5-25. 2002.

Missional theology. [Tite Tienou and Paul Hiebert] . 2002. Mission Focus. 10:29-42.

*Missions and the doing of theology. [Tite Tienou and Paul Hiebert]. 2002. The Urban Face of Mission: Ministering the Gospel in a Diverse and Changing World. Manuel Ortiz and Susan Baker, editors. Phillipsburg, NJ: P. R. Publishing.

Spiritual warfare and worldview. In Global Missiology for the 21st  Century. William D. Taylor, ed. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic. 2000. pp. 163-178. Reprinted in Occasional Bulletin: Evangelical Missiological Society. 13:3:]-4 (fall, 2000), in ERT 24:3:240-256, and in Korean in Ministry and Theology. March, 2000. pp. AI-A14.

Response to split-level Christianity and folk religion. International Journal of Frontier Missions. 16:4:173-181 (winter 1999-2000).

Cultural differences and the communication of the gospel. In Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. 3rd ed. Ralph Winters, ed. Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library. 1999.

Social structure and church growth. In Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. 3rd ed. Ralph Winters, ed. Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library. 1999.

*Flaw of the Excluded Middle. In Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. 3rd ed. Ralph Winters, ed. Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library. 1999.

Mission's devastating dichotomy. Christian Herald. 1999. 224.

Le probleme du milieu intermediaire [Flaw of the excluded middle], and Les status sociaux, les roles et les relations personneles [Statuses, roles and relationships, in Cultural Anthropology. Translations for the Association Traduire la Bible, Valence, France.

Partnership in the gospel: misers, accountants, and stewards. Direction. 28:1:55-62. 1999. *Reflexoes sobre a Importancia dos Fundamentos Epistemologicos para a Ciencia, a Teologia e as Missioes. Capacitando: Para Missoes Transculturais. 7:21-44. 1999.

Spiritual Warfare and Worldview [translated into Japanese]. with Scott Klingsmith. Kairos. April, 1999.

Good news for a country. In Priscilla Papers. 12: 1: 12. Reprinted in special edition:

Classics of Biblical Equality: Selections from Priscilla Papers: The First Ten Years.

An Anthropologist Looks at Human Systems: The Gospel in Our Culture. Brethren in Christ: History and Life. 21 (April): 65-81. 1998.

An Anthropologist Looks at Worldviews: The Invisible Worlds in Which We Live. Brethren in Christ: History and Life. 21(April): 122-144. 1998.

Partnership in the gospel: misers, accountants and stewards. Paul Hiebert and Sam Larsen.Die Mission der Theologie. Bonn Verlag fur Kultur and Wissenschaft. 1998. Republished in Direction: A Mennonite Brethren Forum. 28:1:55-62, Spring.

Ethnomedicine and Medical Missions. P. G. Hiebert and D. D. Galat. Ethical Issues in Health-Related Missions. Occasional Papers. The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity. 1998. Pp. 3 - 21.

Cross-cultural Lessons. And Conversion and Worldview Transformation. In Perspectives on World Mission: South Asian Version. Bangalore: New Life Literature. 1997.

Gospel and Culture: The WCC Project. Missiology. 25:2:199-207.

The Social Sciences and Missions: Applying the Message. Missiology and the Social Sciences: Contributions, Cautions and Conclusions. Ed Rommen and Gary Corwin, eds. E.M.S. Series, No.4.

Models of responses to social needs. In Symposium on Mission and Social Action. Springfield, MD: Adventist Development and Relief Agency.

*Conversion and Worldview Transformation. International Journal of Frontier Missions. 14:2 April-June: 1997. pp. 83-86.

*Culture and cross-cultural differences. Social structure and church growth: the bicultural bridge. Social structure and church growth: the organization of societies. Three chapters in R. D. Winter and S. C. Hawthorn eds. Perspectives on the World Christian Movement: A Readers. Revised Edition [Second]. Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library. 1997.11:9-17; 12:7-10; 14:14-16.

Christian Response to Social Needs. In Symposium on Mission and Social Action: The Role of Social Ministry in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Paper presented at the Adventist Development and Relief Agency study conference. Silver Springs, MD. October 10, 1997. Published by ADRA and Andrews University.

A categoria Crista: na tarefa missionaria. Capacitando: Para Missoes Transculturais. 4:18-50. 1997.

*The Gospel in our culture: methods of social and cultural analysis. In The Church Between Gospel and Culture. George R. Hunsberger and Craig Van Gelder, eds. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Pub!. Co. 1996. 139-157.

International Doctorand. 3:9:1-2. 10 June, 1996.

The Academy. Doctorand. 4: 1-2 fall, 1996

Myths We Live By. The Standard. Newsmagazine of the Baptist General Conference. January/February 1996. pp. 5-6.

India: Land of Religions. Courier. 11:1:2-4. 1996.

Critical Issues in the Social Sciences and Their Implications for Mission Studies. Missiology. 24: 1 :65-82. Jan. 1996.

The biblical view: the nature of spiritual warfare. Mennonite Brethren Herald. 31 :4:

The Role of Religion in International Development. With Barbara Hiebert-Crape. The Conrad Grebe! Review. Fall, 1995.281-298.

Anthropological and missiological reflections. In Serving with the Poor in Asia. Tetsunao Yanlamori, Bryant 1. Myers and David Conner, eds. Monrovia: MARC, 1995.133-144.

Short-term Missions? Jolm Nyquist and Paul Hiebert. Trinity World Forum. Spring, 1995. 1-4.

Missiological Education for a Global Era. In The Book. The Circle and the Sandals: Missiological Education for the 21st  Century. J. Dudley Woodberry and Charles Van Engen, eds. 1995.

Are We Our Others' Keepers? Currents in Theology and Mission. 1995.22:5:325-337.

The Role of Religion in International Development. With Barbara Hiebert-Crape. The Conrad Grebel Review. Fall, 1995.281-298.

Contextualizacion Analitica. In La Revelacion de Dios en las Culturas. Hans Denck Lectures, Guatemala City, Guatemala: Seminario Anabautista Latinoamericano. 1994.

Spirituality of the Indian Road. Theology. News and Notes. October 1994. 10-11.

Pandita Ramabai: Mission to Hindu women. In Ambassadors for Christ. John D. Woodbridge, ed. Chicago: Moody Press. 1994. 167-173.

The church and ethnicity. World Evangelization. 66 (March): 12-14. 1994.

Forward. Bridging the Gap: Evangelism. Development and Shalome. Author, Bruce Bradshaw. Monrovia, CA: MARC. 1994.

De-theologizing missiology: a response. Trinity World Forum. 1993. Fall. P4

Globalization as evangelism. In The Globalization of Theological Education. Alice Evans, Robert Evans and David Foozen, eds. Maryknoll: Orbis. 1993.64-77.

Popular religions. In Toward the Twenty-first Century in Christian Mission. James M. Phillips and Robert T. Coote, eds. Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company. 1993.

Asian immigrants in American cities. Coauthored with Young Hertig. Urban Mission. 16:15-24. 1993. 15-24.

Evangelism, church and kingdom. In The Good News of the Kingdom. Charles Van Engen, Dean S. Gilliland and Paul Pierson, eds. Marylmoll: Orbis Books. 1993. 151­161.

The church: club, corporation or community. Paul and Frances Hiebert. In Mercy. Community and Ministry. Mark L. Y. Chan, ed. Singapore: Catalyst Books. 1993.

On religious pluralism: Books we recommend. Paul Hiebert, Harold Netland and John Nyquist. Direction. 23: 1 : 114-115. 1993. Reprinted in Occasional Bulletin of the E.M.S. 6:1:3-4. Spring.

Globalization as evangelism. In The Globalization of Theological Education. Alice Evans, Robert Evans and David Roozen eds. Marylmoll: Orbis. 1993.64-77.

De-theologizing missiology: A response to Ed Rommen. Trinity World Forum. Published in fall issue, 1993.

Asian immigrants in American cities. With Young Hertig, coauthor. Urban Mission 16 (March): 15-24. 1993

Good news for a country. Women's Concerns Report. Mennonite Central Committee Report. No. 106. 1993. 10. January-February. Mennonite Central Committee Report No. 106. 1993. 10.

*Engaging cultures. Evangelical Missions Quarterly.

Conversion in Hinduism and Buddhism. 1992. Handbook of Religious Conversion, H. Newton Malone and Samuel Southard, eds. Birmingham, Alabama: Religious Education Press. 1992. 9-21.

*Spiritual warfare: Biblical perspectives. Mission Focus 20:41-50. 1992.

Paul Hiebert on Urban Evangelism. Alumni Update: Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary. (Fall) 1992. 2-3.

The Biblical view: The nature of spiritual warfare. Mennonite Brethren Herald. 31 (October 9): 4. 1992.

*Can mission be carried on times of conflict? The early church had no other choices. Global Christians. No. 56. Elkhart, IN: MeIll10nite Board of Missions. 1992.

Spiritual Warfare: An Anabaptist View. Mission Focus. Fall. 1992.

Gospel in Our Culture. Proceedings of the Gospel and Our Culture Conference. Selly Oaks, UK. 1991.

Planting churches in North America today. Direction. 20:2:6-14. Fall. 1991.

*Missions in Times of Conflict. Witness. Sept/Oct. 1991. 4-5.

Beyond anti-colonialism to globalism. Missiology; An International Review. 19;3;263­282. July. 1991.

Checks Against Syncretism. In Christianity Today. 35:2;39-40. February 11. 1991.

World Trends and Their Implications for Missions. Trinity World Forum. Winter, 1990. 1-3.

The whole image of God; a theological and anthropological understanding of male-female relationship. Frances F. and Paul G. Hiebert. In Incarnational Ministry: The Presence of Christ in Church. Society and Family. Christian D. Kettler and Todd H. Speidell, eds. Colorado Springs: Helmers and Howard. 1990.

J. N. C. Hiebert. and Indigenization. In Mennonite Encyclopedia V. Elldlart, IN: Institute of Mennonite Studies. 1990.

What Anabaptists can offer the city. Urban Connections. 6:3: 1-2 (October) 1990.

Cultural anthropology ·ofreligion. Worldview. and Shaman .. Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling. Rodney J. Hunter, gen. ed. Nashville: Abingdon Press. 1990.

*Mission in times of conflict. In Committed to World Mission. Victor Adrian and Donald Loewen, eds. Winnipeg: Kindred Press. 1990.37-46.

Banyan trees and banana trees. 1990. Christian Leader 53:3:24 (1990); Mennonite Brethren Herald 29:5:9 (March 9) 1990; and El Shaddai 2:5-8 (March-April) 1990.

Trends for future mission. 1990. Missionary Messenger 56:7 (January) 1990.

Form and Meaning in Contextualization of the Gospel. In The Word Among Us. Dean S. Gilliland, ed. Dallas: Word Publishing. 1989.

Send missionaries or send money? Witness (May/June) 1989. 4-10.

Training leaders, training followers. Theological News and Notes. June. 1989.

Anthropological Insights for Whole Ministries. In Christian Relief and Development, Edgar Elliston. Dallas: Word. 1989. 75-92.

Christianity in a World of Religious Turmoil. World Evangelization 16:59:17-19. ) May­-June) 1989.

The Inter-school Ph.D. Theology, News and Notes. 1989. 28.

Power encounter and folk Islam. In Muslims and Christians on the Emmaus Road, J. Dudley Woodberry, ed. Monrovia, CA: MARC. 1988. 45-60.

World trends and their implications for Mennonite Brethren missions. Mission Focus 16:4:75-82 (December) 1988. Reprinted in Missionary Messenger 66:7 (January 1990) and in Courier. Mennonite World Conference Quarterly (1989).

Metatheology: The Step Beyond Contextualization. 1988. Retrospect and Prospect: A Missiology for 2001. Hans Kasdorf, ed. Bad Liebenzell, West Germany: Liebenzeller Missions Verlag. Translated version: “Metatheologie: Ein Schritt tiber die Kontextualisierung hinaus.” Bilanz und Plan: Mission an der Schwelle zum Dritten Jahrtausend. Liebenzeller. 1988.

Ethnicity and Evangelism in the Mennonite Brethren Church. Direction 17:87-102. Spring. 1988.

Mission in the Midst of Conflict. The Christian Leader 51 :4-7. April 12. 1988. Reprinted in Committed to World Mission, Victor Adrian and Donald Loewen, eds. Winnipeg: Kindred Press, 1990. Reprinted as "Can mission be carried on in times of conflict?" Global Christians. No. 56. Elkhart, IN: Mennonite Board of Missions. 1992.

Trends for Future Mission Already Clear Around Us. Courier: A Quarterly Publication of Mennonite World Conference, 3: 1 :4-5. 1988.

How Far Can We Go? The Enterprise: The International Mission Magazine from the Canadian Baptist Overseas Mission Board, 318:17-19. Winter. 1987-1988.

Worldviews and nomads of the sea. In The Way of the Sea: The Shape of Mission in the Seafaring World. Roaldo Kverndal, ed. 1987.

Influences! Theology. News and Notes. November, 14-15. 1987.

Critical Contextualization. International Bulletin 11:3:104-112. July. Reprinted in The Best in Theology: Volume Two, J. 1. Packer, General Editor. Wheaton: Christianity Today. pp. 387-400; and in Notes on Anthropology and Intercultural Community Work 12:5-23 (December) 1987.

Selected Annotated Bibliography on Missiology: Social Aspects. Missiology 15:3:398- 401. With Norman Thomas and Tyler Zabriskie. 1987.

Window Shopping the Gospel. Urban Mission. 4:5:5-12. May, 1987.

Forward. Paul Long. Mission Tales. Baker Book House. 1987.

Megatrends in Missions. Direction. 16:1:37-46. Spring. 1987.

The Mission Field Next Door. Christian Leader. 1987.

Missions in the 90s: Learning from the past ... Looking to the future. Witness: Mennonite Brethren in World Mission 1 :4. 1986.

*Missions and Anthropology. Notes on Anthropology and Intercultural Community Work 8:4-15. Dallas: S.1.L., December, 1986.

The Missiological Implications of an Epistemological Shift. TWF Bulletin 8:5 :6-11. May­June, 1985.

Epistemological Foundations for Science and Theology. TWF Bulletin 8:4:5-10. March­April. 1985.

Introduction. Study Guide. Foundations of Mennonite Brethren Missions. G. W. Peters author, P. G. Hiebert, General Editor. Hillsboro, KS: Kindred Press. 1985. 1-2, 169­186.

Discerning the Work of God. In C. M. Robeck, Jr. ed. Charismatic Experiences in History. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers. 1985.

Critical Contextualization. Missiology 12:287-296. July, 1984

Inverse Imperialism. Mennonite World Conference Newsletter. 9. June, 1984

A Conflict of World View. Together: A Journal of World Vision International No.4, July-September. 23-24. 1984.

People Movements in South India. Consultation on Evangelism, John Mangum, ed. New York: Division of World Mission and Ecumenism, Lutheran Church in America. 1984. 139-160.

Anthropological Tools for Missionaries. Singapore: Haggai Institute. 1984. 51 pp.

Barrett and Beyond. Missiology 12:63-69. January. 1984

Planning for the past or planning for the future? The direction of world mission. And Parable: Rescue the Perishing. 1984. Haggai Institute News Reprints. Atlanta: Haggai Institute.

The religious experience of the poor: Folk religion in Andhra Pradesh. 1983. In Venay Samuel and Chris Sugden. Evangelism and the Poor. Oxford: Oxford Centre for Mission Studies. pp. 86-96.

Don't be so right you're wrong. 1983. Eternity 30:12:24-25. December.

The Category 'Christian' in the Mission Task. 1983. International Review of Missions.

July. pp. 421-427.

Folk Religion in Andhra Pradesh: Some Missiological Inlplications. 1983. In Vinay Samuel and Chris Sugden, eds. The Gospel among our Hindu Neighbors. Bangalore: Partnership in Mission - Asia, and The Association for Evangelical Theological Ed. in India. pp.87-109.

Missions and the Renewal of the Church. 1983. In Exploring Church Growth. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing Co. pp. 157-170. Reprinted in Japanese and English in Japan Evangelism. 1: 1: Fall 2002.

Countdown to the Twenty-First Century. 1982. Atlanta: Haggai Institute.

Flaw of the Excluded Middle. 1982. Missiology 10:35-47. January. Reprinted in R. E. Hedlund and Beulah Hebert, eds. Culture and Evangelization. Madras: Church Growth Research Centre, 1984; "and in Shay, Kenneth D., ed. Conflict and Conquest. Taiwan: D.C. International. 1990. Translated into French and published by Wycliffe Associates Angleterre.

The Bicultural Bridge. 1982. Mission Focus 10:1 :106. March.

Culture and Cross-cultural Differences. And Social Structure and Chmch Growth. 1981. In R. D. Winter and S. C. Hawthorne, eds. World Christian Movement. Pasadena: William Carey Library.

Many Cultures, One Gospel. 1981. Theology News and Notes. October.

Contextualization's Challenge to Theological Education. 1981. Occasional Papers of the Council of Mennonite Seminaries and Institute of Mennonite Studies. No.2.

Reaching Traditional Religions of Asia. Editor.1981. Lausanne Conference of World Evangelism.

And the Darkness Cannot Put It Out. 1981. Gospel Herald. March 24. And Christian Leader (March 10, 1981) and Evangelical Visitor 94:2-4 (April 1981).

Conversion in Cross-cultural Perspective. In H. J. Schmidt. 1980. Conversion: Doorway to Discipleship. Hillsboro: Board of Christian Literature, General Conference M. B. Churches.

Sets and Structures: A Study of Church Patterns. And Reply to Respondents. In D. J. Hesselgrave. 1979. New Horizons in World Mission: Evangelicals and the Christian Mission in the 1980s. Grand Rapids: Baker.

The Gospel and Culture. 1979. In D. M. McCurry, ed. The Gospel and Islam: A 1978 Compendium. Monrovia: MARC.

Missions and Anthropology: A Love/Hate Relationship. 1978. Missiology 6: 165-180. April. Reprinted in Notes on Anthropology and Intercultural Community Work. Dallas, TX: Summer Institute of Linguistics.

The Church and Society: An Analytical Typology. And Editorial. 1979. In Theology, News and Notes. October.

The Kingdom Reconciling Humanity. 1978. In P. N. Kraybill, ed. The Kingdom of God in the Changing World. Proceedings of the Tenth Assembly Mennonite World Conference. Also in the Mennonite Central Committee Peach Section. The Kingdom of God and the Way of Peace. Lombard, IL: 1979.

Conversion, Culture and Cognitive Categories. 1978. Gospel in Context. October. Reprinted in Asian Christian Communications Fellowship Journal (November 1980).

TheologyIPsychoiogy Integration Part II: An Interview with Paul Hiebert. 1979. Paradeigma. Fuller Seminary, May.

Dialogue on 'A Contextualized Church: The Bali Experience'. 1978. Gospel in Context 1:23-24. April.

Mission and Anthropology. 1978. In W. A. Smalley, ed. Readings in Missionary Anthropology II 2nd ed. Pasadena: William Carey.

The Cultural Dimension in World Outreach. 1977. In A. Glasser, P. Hiebert, P. Wagner and R. Winter. Understanding World Evangelization. Pasadena: William Carey Library.

Missionary Principle. Policies and Practices. 1977. Hillsboro: Mennonite Brethren Board of Missions and Services.

An Introduction to Mission Anthropology. 1976. In A. Glasser, P. Hiebert, P. Wagner and R. Winter. Crucial Dimensions in World Evangelization. Pasadena: William Carey Library. pp.41-88.

The Shape of Missions to Come. 1978. In Mennonite Brethren Missions/Services 1979 Triennial Report. pp. 30-31.

Introduction. 1978. In Meg Kraft. Understanding the Worldview of the Kamwe. Pasadena: William Carey Library.

Cultural Relativism and Theological Absolutes. 1973. Direction. January. pp. 2-6.

Missions and the Understanding of Culture. 1967. In A. J. Klassen, ed. Church in Mission. Fresno: M.B. Board of Literature.

General Editor for the History of Mennonite Brethren Missions (3 volumes). Also introduction and theoretical analyses in each.

Toews, J. J. The Mennonite Brethren in Latin America.

Toews, 1. J. The Mennonite Mission in Africa.

Peters, G. W. The Mennonite Brethren Mission Board and the North American Churches.

The Unheard Voice of Missions. 1972. Christian Leader. September 19.

The Emergence of National Leadership. In A New Vision for the Church Today. Hillsboro, KS: Mennonite Brethren Missions and Services.

India Today. 1964. Christian Leader. July 7.

Training Pastors in India. 1962. Christian Leader. May 15.

The Literature Program Develops in India. 1962. Christian Herald. 45:8.

Peace, Today’s Problem. 1961. Christian Leader. October 31.

Missionaries Study Their Task. 1961. Christian Leader. February 7.

Our Conflicting Values. 1960. Christian Leader. July 12.


2. Book Reviews:

50+ book reviews in missiological journals.



1. Articles and Books

Indian and American world views: a study in contrasts. 1983. Religion in Modern India, Giri Raj Gupta, ed. New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House.

Karma and other explanation traditions in a South Indian village. 1982. Karma: An Anthropological Inquiry. Berkeley: University of California Press.

India: The politicization of a sacred society. 1982. Religions and Societies: Asian and the Middle East, Carlo Caldarola, ed. Berlin: Mouton Publishers.

Old age in a South Indian village. 1981. Other Ways of Growing Old, P. Amos and S. Harrell, eds. Stanford: University of Stanford Press.

Anthropology and programs of village development: A South Indian case study. 1977.

Land Tenure and Peasant in South Asia. New Delhi: Orient Longmans.

A brief history of Patancheru or Pottalakere, Andhra Pradesh. 1977. Journal of Andra Pradesh Historical Society. Spring. Government of A.P. Publications. pp. 1-12.

Traffic patterns in Seattle and Hyderabad: Immediate and mediate transactions. 1976. Journal of Anthropological Research. Winter.

Class, caste and power. 1976. Indian Journal of Comparative Sociology. Spring.

Cultural Anthropology. 1976. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott.

Friendship Patterns in a South Indian village school: An application of sociometric techniques. 1975. Indian Journal of Comparative Sociology 1: 1-18. February.

Konduru: Structure and Integration in a South Indian Village. 1971. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Treasure-lore in India's great and little traditions. ] 970. Folklore 11 :354-361.

Caste and personal rank in an Indian village. 1969. American Anthropologist 71.



Published in the special issue “A Memoriam of Paul G. Hiebert” April 1, 2007