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CSCA Mission Research and Documentation Portal

The Centre for the Study of Christianity in Asia proactively creates, identifies and collects documents on Christianity in Southeast Asia. Such include secondary literature, grey literature, church publications and archives.  The Centre partners with the College Library and seminary libraries in East Asia in collection development.  It also aims to produce bibliographies, journal indexes, and finding aids to documents.  This website is a gateway to arriving to a truer account of Christianity in Southeast Asia. It aims to serve the research needs of church leaders, seminary teachers and postgraduate students who may not have ready access to source documents and research tools in their situations.  We also hope these on-line resources would promote collaboration with colleagues in Asia and beyond.

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CSCA is the mission research arm of Trinity Theological College, Singapore. This site is maintained by the Asian Christianity Research Cluster coordinator, Dr Michael Nai Chiu Poon. Documents posted on this website are for private and academic use. You may not publish material from this site without our written permission.  Last modified: 15 May, 2014.