Previous Editions


Vista is published 3 times per year. A complete index of articles from editions 1-29 as well as previous editions are available below for download.

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Index of articles

Number 33 June 2019 Who speaks for Europe?

Number 32 January 2019 Secularisation and Europe today

Number 31 October 2018 Nominal Christianity and Contemporary Europe

Number 30  July 2018 Mission and the Margins in Contemporary Europe

Number 29  Feb 2018  Islam in Europe

Number 28  Oct 2017 Mission in Central and Eastern Europe

Number 27 May 2017  Mission in a Network Society

Number 26 January 2017  God’s new society: Multicultural Churches in today’s Europe

Number 25 September 2016  Mission after Brexit

Number 24 May 2016  Europe and the  environment

Number 23 January 2016  The Year of the Migrant

Number 22, October 2o15  Nationalist Extremism in Europe

Number 21, May 2015 Bible Engagment in Europe

Number 20, January 2015  Human Trafficking and Exploitation in Europe

Number 19, October 2014  25th Anniversary Edition of the fall of the Berlin Wall

Number 18, August 2014 Church Planting Movements in Europe

Number 17, May 2014   The Cross over Europe

Number 16, January 2014 Losing my religion: Spirituality and religion in Europe

Number 15, October 2013  On reflection: reflective practice in mission

Number 14, July 2013:  Avoiding Parallax: Embracing Hope – The State of Europe Revisited

Number 13, April 2013  The State of Europe

Number 12, January 2013 Missional in Europe

Number 11, October 2012: Urbanization and European Mission

Number 10, July 2012: The Realities of Migration in Europe today

Number 9, April 2012: European Mission in Crisis

Number 8, January 2012: The Values of Europe

Number 7, October 2011: Religious Freedom in Europe

Number 6, July 2011: Church Planting in Europe

Number 5, April 2011: Faith in European Politics

Number 4, January 2011: Youth in Europe: Spirituality, secularism, and mission

Number 3, October 2010: Secularism in Europe

Number 2, July 2010: Islam in Europe

Number 1, April 2010: Migration in Europe

Submission Guidelines: Vista writers guidelines Dec 2011

10 Comments on “Previous Editions”

  1. Martin Conway (Dr) Says:

    Please put me on the list for successive copies of Vista as it comes out. I am particularly glad to have no 2 on Islam, in that I am increasingly involved with the largish communities of Muslims here in East Oxford, and am participating in a trio of local meetings this autumn arranged by two members of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Christian-Muslim Forum. But I am also very interested in the whole matter of Christian mission in Europe. And I am going in 10 days time to Belgrade, to the Orthodox Theological Seminary there as a member of Societas Oecumenica. So if you wanted something from that Seminary, let alone from Serbia more generally, I might be able to offer something when I’m back in September ! Greetings to Darrell, as ever, Martin C.

    • Martin,
      We’ll be glad to subscribe you to Vista. The next is taking a closer look at secularisation in Europe. I think you’ll find it interesting.
      We’d love to see/have a copy of anything you can bring back from Serbia.
      You may also be interested to know that Darrell is also gradually developing a new blog on mission and unity called ‘a pleasing dream’. You can take sneak preview at
      Thanks for you comment,

  2. […] Posted on 26/04/2011 by AllAboutCentralEurope This is the theme title of the latest VISTA web-magazine. Published by the Nova Research Centre of the Redcliffe College in UK quarterly, and distributed […]

  3. […] For Jim the run up to Easter was dominated by the preparation of the latest edition of Vista, the quarterly bulletin of the Nova Research Centre.  Each edition of Vista focuses on a different issue related to mission in Europe and this one deals with the thorny issue of politics and the church.  History has shown that when the church has got involved in politics the result has more often been the corruption of the church rather than the sanctification of society.  Yet holding up our hands and doing and saying nothing in the political issues of our day (whether because of our own timidity or because we have accepted the secularist argument that Christians have nothing to say in the public arena) cannot be right either.  To download Vista from the Nova blog just follow this link: […]

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  6. […] This article first featured in Issue 11 of Vista. You can download the full pdf and previous issues here […]

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  8. Its excellent as your other posts : D, appreciate it for putting up. “The real hero is always a hero by mistake he dreams of being an honest coward like everybody else.” by Umberto Eco.

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