• Compiled by Beth Snodderly


The Retreat of the West (Originally from Fuller lectures published as, The Unfolding Drama of the Christian Movement. n.d., Chapter 15. (1979) (Foundations Reader, 237-40).

The Ethnolinguistic Reality: The Complexity of the Task (1994) (IJFM 11:4).

Editorial Comment on De-westernization and Science (Mission Frontiers, November-December 1996).

The Rise of Science and the Enlightenment. (1997?) WCF Module 3 (Fulfillment) Lesson 52 Overview.

Editorial Comment on New Horizons (including evidence of diabolical ingenuity) (Mission Frontiers, September 01, 1998).

Science and Global Civilization Today (1998?) WCF Module 4 (Finalization), Lesson 63 Overview.

A Larger Worldview? (2001). (Frontiers in Mission, 197-99).

The Most Prominent and Yet Unresolved Issue (2001) (Frontiers in Mission, 217-19)

Theologizing the Microbiological World: Implications for Mission (2001) (Frontiers in Mission, 202ff).

Theologizing Prehistory: Implications for Mission (2001) (Foundations Reader, 323-28).

Basic (Recent) Insights (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 237-38).

The Condensed Story of This Planet (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 235-36).

How Should We Deal with the Phenomenon of Disease? RDW’s prayer log on his 78th birthday (Dec. 8, 2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 173-74).

The Instrumentalities of God (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 239).

Significance of Pre-Adamic Evil (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 223-27).

The Story of Our Planet (2002) (Frontiers in Mission, 249-70).

Editorial Comment on “how can we insist that other believers or secular scientists must all be stupid or dishonest?” (Mission Frontiers, November-December 2003).

Eleven Frontiers of Perspective (7-11) (2003) (IJFM 20:4).

From the Editor’s Desk re frontier of Religion of Science (2003) (IJFM 20:4).

Making Sense to Today’s Scientists (2003) (Foundations Reader, 303-07).

Where Darwin Scores Higher than Intelligent Design (2003) (IJFM 20:4, 113-16.)

Editorial Comment on evil/disease as a frontier in mission (Mission Frontiers January- February 2004).

Editorial Reflections on Evolution (2004) (IJFM 21:4).

Editorial Reflections on “Science and Insanity” (2004) (IJFM 21:2).

Embarrassingly Delayed Education of Ralph D. Winter (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 344-50).

Evolved or Involved? (2004) (Frontiers in Mission, 245-47)

From the Editor’s Desk re scientific community; Religion of Science (2004) (IJFM 21:1).

The Most Precarious Mission Frontier (2004) (IJFM 21:4).

12 Frontiers of Perspective (2005) (Foundations Reader, 267-81).

Book Review: Blue Twilight: Nature, Creationism, and American Religion (2005) (IJFM 22:2).

Book Note: Life on a Young Planet: The First Three Billion Years of Evolution on Earth, (2005) (IJFM 22:3).

Editorial Reflection on Evolution (2005) (IJFM 22:3).

Editorial Reflections, including Intelligent Design (2005) (IJFM 22:4).

Planetary events and the Mission of the Church (Donald McClure Lectureship, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Ralph D. Winter, Monday, October 3-4, 2005) (Frontiers in Mission, 286-307).

What Are Mission Frontiers? (2005) (IJFM 22:4).

Book Notes: Darwin’s Nemesis (2006) (IJFM 23:4).

Overview of the Mysteries (2006) (Foundations Reader, 37-40).

Editorial Reflections on Evolution, Intelligent Design (2007) (IJFM 24:4).

Twelve Mistakes of the West (“To the New Asian Society of Missiology”) (2007) (Foundations Reader, 247-51).

The Collapse of Colonialism, The Rise of Globalization (2008) (Foundations Lecture #15).

The Future of Evangelicals: Will We Regain the Kingdom Vision of Our Forefathers in the Faith? (2008) (Frontiers in Mission, 327-43).

Indicators of the Future (2008) (Foundations Lecture #18).

Origins of Life: Mysteries and Certainties (2008) (Foundations Lecture #2).

The Story of Our Planet (2008) (Foundations Reader, 351-71).

Random Quotes from Ralph Winter Seminars. (various dates through 2008)

OIL Address (One in Love Korean Student Missions Conference) (Nov. 2, 2014).


This list is part of a series of bibliographies for most of the articles by Ralph Winter that relate to his "Twelve Frontiers of Perspective." I have grouped together some of his original "frontiers of perspective" into the following list of bibliographies:

Unreached Peoples

The Great Commission and Abraham

From the Unfinished Task to Finishable

Historical and Radical Contextualization

Reverse Contextualization of Our Own Tradition

The Religion of Science

Reclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom

The Fullness of the Kingdom

The Challenge of the Evil One



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