By Donald M. Lewis
Written by means of well-liked historians of faith, those chapters discover the growth of evangelical (including charismatic) Christianity in non-English-speaking lands, with exact connection with dynamic indigenous responses. the diversity of destinations coated contains western and southern Africa, japanese and southern Asia, Latin the USA, and Oceania. The concluding essay presents a sociological account of evangelicalism's luck, highlighting its skill to create a multiplicity of religion groups suited for very assorted ethnic, racial, and geographical regions.
At a time of significant curiosity within the development of Christianity within the non-Western global, this quantity makes a massive contribution to our realizing of what will be one other turning element within the old improvement of evangelical faith.
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Robert Eric Frykenberg
Jehu J. Hanciles
Philip Yuen-sang Leung
Donald M. Lewis
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Christianity Reborn: The Global Expansion of Evangelicalism in the Twentieth Century (Studies in the History of Christian Missions) (Studies in the History of Christian Missions (Paperback)) by Donald M. Lewis