Missiologists Remember Robertson McQuilkin
The “Occasional Bulletin,” a leading publication on missions, dedicated its most recent edition to the late Robertson McQuilkin. McQuilkin, a former Columbia International University president who passed away on June 2 this year, was influential in the study of missiology.
McQuilkin served as a missionary in Japan for 12 years before becoming president of CIU in 1968. He wrote a number of widely-read articles and books on missions including the book, “The Great Omission.”
The spring edition of “The Occasional Bulletin,” published by the Evangelical Missiological Society, features articles from a number of prominent missions leaders who were impacted by McQuilkin and his work.