IBMR

AcronymDefinition
IBMRInternational Bulletin of Missionary Research (New Haven, CT)
IBMRImage-Based Modeling and Rendering
IBMRInstitute of Business Management and Research (Pune, India)
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The section head pages contain paintings by three OMSC artists in residence--Hanna Cheriyan Varghese (175), Nalini Marcia Jayasuriya (203), and Sawai Chinnawong (219; the full-color originals of each of these paintings can be seen in the online edition of the IBMR, www.internationalbulletin.org).
IBMR divides the entire Indus Basin into 9 agroclimatic zones (ACZs).
(For the future envisioned for the IBMR, see the statement on page 202 of this issue.)
Hendrik Kraemer mentions the incarnation as the epitome of Christian mission, referring to the mission of the church as a reflection of "divine extravertness." For Kraemer, the church in its missionary work expresses its constant looking toward "the ends of the earth" and "the end of time." (17) Mission interpreted through an incarnation model is evident in the IBMR essay by Handles, who notes that the version of the Great Commission recorded in Matthew 28:18-20 is unlikely to retain its primacy in the growing non-Western missionary movement.
IL-6 and TNF-a are two of a family of six cytokines that, when stimulated, produce an inflammatory response to a stressor such as an injury or infection, said study co-author Ron Glaser, professor of molecular virology, immunology and medical genetics and director of the IBMR.
Douglas McConnell, ed., The Holy Spirit and Mission Dynamics, Evangelical Missiological Society, Pasadena, Calif., William Carey Library, 1997; and, most recently, Stephen Bevans, "God Inside Out: Notes Toward a Missionary Theology of the Holy Spirit", IBMR 22:3 (1998), pp.
Nelson Jennings's services as executive director of OMSC and editor of the IBMR concluded in May 2015.
Ron Glaser, professor of molecular virology, immunology and medical genetics and director of the Ohio State University's Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research (IBMR), and his colleagues looked at melanoma patients who had taken beta-blockers and at those who hadn't to determine whether the former group exhibited longer survival.
Kosuke Koyama raises the issue in "My Pilgrimage in Mission", IBMR vol.
After learning of my research on the Korean missionary movement, he encouraged me to submit an article to the IBMR. I did so, and it became my first report in English on the Korean missionary movement, appearing in the January 2003 issue of the IBMR.
Yang, a research scientist at the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research (IBMR), Ohio State University exposed samples of three melanoma cell lines to the compound norepinephrine, a naturally occurring catecholamine that functions as a stress hormone.