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2016  『キリシタン神社の歴史と現状―地域社会の宗教観をめぐって』  単著   
B5  , 400  , 査読中   

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2016  The Dancing Church of the Congo. Missionary Paths in a changing Society (Revised Edition)  単著   
A5  , 2016/03/31予定    

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備考(Remarks) (Revised edition) 査読中 

2015  『村上茂の生涯―カトリックへ復帰した外海・黒崎かくれキリシタンの指導者』  単著   
聖母の騎士社  , B5  , 153 p.  , 2015年6月25日   

概要(Abstract) この本はかくれキリシタンの帳方(指導者)として活躍っされた故・村上茂(1919年-2005年)の生涯を紹介することを目的としている。彼の生涯の一面を、具体的に描写することが私の意図するところである。そうすることにより、私は彼に敬意を払い、また彼の魂の遍歴も、私たち自身を照らすことができるように思う。
 

備考(Remarks) The main parts of the book has been put into a CD which also contains the Orasho (prayer of Kakure Kirishitan) recited by the late Murakami Shigeru and the current leader,Murakami Shigenori. 

2015  『村上茂の生涯―カトリックへ復帰した外海・黒崎かくれキリシタンの指導者』 CD版  共著   
聖母の騎士社  , その他  , 2015/07/15   

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2012  『村上茂の伝記―カトリックへ復帰した外海・黒崎かくれキリシタンの指導者』  単著   
聖母の騎士社  , B5  , 288p.  , 2012/11/03   

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備考(Remarks) 1.長崎新聞、長崎テレビ(NCC)で紹介された書 (Nov.16, 2012。

2. This book has been reviewed by Prof. Peter Knecth ペトロ クネヒト(元南山大学教授), In 『神奈川学評論 74』(2013), pp. 170-171 

2012  『ことばと国家のインターフィエス』, 「コンゴ民主共和国における言語と国家の現状」  共著   
南山大学地域研究センター共同研究シリス6 (行路社)  , A5  , 373p 、 【185-224 (40p)】  , 2012/03/31   

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2009  『世界中のアフリカへ行こう―<旅する文化>のガイドブック』、「コンゴはどうして貧しいか」  共著   
岩波書店  , B5  , 177p  【60-80 (20p)】  , 2009/05   

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2007  The Dancing Church of the Congo. Missionary Paths in a changing Society  単著   
CEEBA Publications  , その他  , 206  , 2007/12   

概要(Abstract) “This book is an attempt to show the need for genuine evangelization in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly Zaire) against the background of the missionary challenge in the three conflicting African worlds today: Christian faith, African traditions, and contemporary cultures buffered by the winds of globalization.
In its task to both make a critical analysis and to break some new ground concerning this matter, this book is primarily intended to Congolese Christians, especially members of the Communautés écclesiales vivantes de base [Basic Living Christian Communities] (CEVB) and those of other parish spiritual groups. It is also designed to serve as a useful instrument of study for young Congolese students. From them, considerable insights and creativity in the life and mission of the Catholic Church in the Congo are expected in this Third Millennium.
For this purpose, the author strove, from a theological and a missionary-anthropological stand point, to organize this book in such a way as to both enkindle new interest in genuine evangelization in this context, an instill further reflection on some existing outstanding efforts by the Catholic Church in the Congo for this purpose. Specifically, this book tries to point out the implications for Congolese Christians of the initiatives the local Catholic Church has set in motion. The initiatives have been made to allow members of Congolese Christian Communities to play a vital role in bringing Christ into the life of the Congo. It is my hope that this book can reflect my concern for successful evangelization of Africa and especially of the Congo DRC, and that it can explain for readers the means which the Congolese Catholic Church has chosen to bring this evangelization about.”
(From the Preface by the Author) 

備考(Remarks) “The African response to the global flow of ideas and images is creative and contains many continuities with its own tradition.
The Dancing Church of the Congo, as delineated by the author of this book, indicates the way forward for inculturation in Africa. This is an important contribution to the ongoing discussion concerning Church and culture in general, and in Africa in particular.”
(From the Foreword by Aylward Shorter, a British-born Missionary of Africa and Catholic missiological anthropologist and Africanist, who studied under Evans-Pritchard at Oxford University and has had an extensive experience of living and working in East Africa.) 

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