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There also was a strong feeling of nationalism between the missionaries of Spain and Portugal, which increased in intensity after Philip II annexed Portugal to the Spanish crown in 1585. To the Portuguese, Christianity in any but a Portuguese form was out of the question, and the same was true of the Spaniards. The missionaries who arrived in Siam during the second half of the 16th century did have an entire constellation of beliefs proper to the time, including, the superiority of European culture, and a concrete mission method, which was widely shared.
This is still the case today. Whether or not cultural and religious differences are accepted with a positive and open mind, we will always find ourselves in dialogue with diverse worldviews and definitely with people who hold to strong religious convictions. How should we deal with differences? We live in Europe today in challenging times. As Christians in general and church leaders in particular debate today in Europe about the economic and political model capable of bringing about a coherent, just, and stable society, about how to deal with issues such as interreligious dialogue, particularly with Islam, the Catholic education in public institutions, moral and ethical problems regarding the treatment of embryos for eugenic purposes and issues concerning the end of life, without mentioning ongoing social debate about same-sex marriages and their right or not to adopt children, we can still identify some of the attitudes I have described as hidden in the three methods of doing mission, namely, conquest, accommodation, and kenosis.
The question the three mission methods answer is how they were to make visible – or were hindered by – the presence of the Holy Spirit in the midst of the peoples in which these methods were applied and how the same methods are applied in our present-day challenges in Europe. To describe the historical events as they took place, or at least as they have been passed on to us by the sources consulted, and the implications they could have for the role of the laity in today’s church, is the most important aim of this work.