The J. Philip Hogan Chair of World Missions

The J. Philip Hogan Chair of World Missions at AGTS is an endowed professorship that honors the missionary leadership of this distinguished former executive director of AGWM. As a partnership between AGTS and AGWM, it calls on today’s missionaries and scholars to continue in the heritage of thoughtful, incisive and Spirit-led missiology that Brother Hogan’s ministry left us. A leading missiologist is invited annually to fill the chair in order to explore new dimensions in missiology through teaching, research and writing. Special thanks are due to AGWM, the Hyllberg Memorial Fund, Philip and Virginia Hogan and others who have contributed to the endowment of the Chair.

Hogan Chairs

 

 

Hogan Lectures

Hogan Books

The Essential J. Philip Hogan, edited by Byron D. Klaus and Douglas P. Petersen

J. Philip Hogan was a prolific writer, contributing hundreds of articles to a variety of publications during his 30-year tenure as executive director of the Division of Foreign Missions of the Assemblies of God (USA). The Essential J. Philip Hogan is an introductory collection of Hogan’s writings for those who wish to explore the legacy of this remarkable pioneer, leader, theologian and missiologist.

   
 

Apostolic Function in Twenty-first Century Missions, by Dr. Johnson

In the spring of 2009 the second book in the J. Philip Hogan World Missions Series—Apostolic Function in Twenty-first Century Missions by Dr. Johnson—will be released by William Carey Library. The book highlights the need to focus missions efforts on unreached peoples.

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