This article will explore how Ebina Danjo’s syncretistic Christianity influenced church growth during the Meiji Era and what his theology and pedagogy imply for developing church revitalization today. It is significant to examineEbina’s syncretistic Christianity because it will provide some evidences to show the importance of building a healthy churchthrough biblical foundations, not through inappropriate paradigm shift from Japanese religious thoughts to the Western religion, which is Ebina Danjo’s case.
Iwai, S. (2007). A Critical Evaluation of Ebina Danjo’s Syncretistic Christianity With Respect to Church Revitalization in Japan. Journal of the American Society for Church Growth, 18(3), 37-51. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/jascg/vol18/iss3/5