Introduction - Max L. Stackhouse; The Study of Religion and the Coming Global Generation - Diane B. Obenchain; The Global Resurgence of Religion and the Changing Character of International Politics - Scott Thomas. "When the Bull is in a Strange Country, It Does Not Bellow": Tribal Religions and Globalization - John S. Mbiti; Christian Contributions to the Globalization of Confucianism (Beyond Maoism) - Sze-kar Wan; Hinduism and Globalization: A Christian Theological Approach - M. Thomas Thangaraj; Observation and Revelation: A Global Dialogue with Buddhism - Kosuke Koyama; Muhammad in Muslim Tradition and Practice: The Crucible of Faith and the Spheres of Domination - Lamin Sanneh.
Max L. Stackhouse is Rimmer and Ruth de Vries Professor of Reformed Theology and Public Life Emeritus at Princeton Theological Seminary and coordinating editor of the God and Globalization series. Diane B. Obenchain is Professor of Religion at Calvin College.
"In an age in which globalization is too often just a buzzword for a phenomenon narrowly described in terms of economics and information technology, the God and Globalization trilogy presents serious reflection on the intersection of these with globalization's cultural, religious, and moral dimensions." - Publishers Weekly"