I have no shame in sharing that I’m a wannabe missiologist. I suspect most readers of this blog are too, and we even have some official missiologists who subscribe to Circumpolar (Missiology is a dynamic academic discipline which examines the theories and practices of Christian mission as it relates to Biblical theology, history, and the behavioral and social sciences.).
In any case, one of my fears is that my missiology will reflect the following (pg. 175) criticism of it, which is unfortunately descriptive of most evangelical missiology today:
[Missiology is] the marriage of mediocre anthropology and shallow theology.
No Lord, may it never be!