Contents: David J. B. Trim: Adventist Mission in Europe in Historical Perspective: A Word of Introduction – Harry H.
Leonard: The Adventist Rubicon: John N. Andrews and the Mission to Europe – Daniel Heinz: The Development of Seventh-day Adventist
Missionary Dynamic in Europe: Assessing the Contributions of Michael B. Czechowski, John N. Andrews, and Ludwig R. Conradi
– Erich W. Baumgartner: Charisma and Contextualization: Leadership Lessons from the Emerging Adventist Church in Central Europe,
1864-1914 – Daniel Heinz: The Pietist Roots of Early German Adventism – Christopher Peake: Seventh-day Adventists in Britain
in Relation to Their Host Community in the Early 20th Century – Roswith Gerloff: Adventism or Advent Hope? Missiological
Implications by an Outside Observer – Keith A. Francis: Seventh-day Adventism’s Reaction to Vatican II – Reinder Bruinsma:
Seventh-day Adventists and Other Christians: An Appraisal of the Current Situation – Roland Minnerath: Religious Pluralism
and Proselytism among Christian Churches: A Roman Catholic Voice – Bert B. Beach: Evangelism and Proselytism: Religious Liberty,
Ecumenical and Interfaith Challenges – Daniel Belvedere: European Christianity from Persecution to Pluralism: An Evaluation
from a New Testament Perspective – Frank M. Hasel: The Challenge of Religious Pluralism – Peter Roennfeldt: Can Adventism
Learn the Language of Europe? – Daniel Heinz: Epilogue: A Passion for Mission.