A History Of Christianity In Asia Africa And Latin America 1450 1990
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📒A History Of Christianity In Asia Africa And Latin America 1450 1990 ✍ Klaus Koschorke
✏A History of Christianity in Asia Africa and Latin America 1450 1990 Book Summary : The map of world Christianity has changed dramatically, with a large number of Christians living in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. This text is a comparative documentary history of Christianity for these regions covering the period 1450-1990.
📒A History Of Christianity In Asia Africa And Latin America 1450 1990 A Documentary Sourcebook ✍ Frieder Ludwig & Mariano Delgado edited by Klaus Koschorke
✏A History of Christianity in Asia Africa and Latin America 1450 1990 a Documentary Sourcebook Book Summary :
📒A History Of Christianity In Asia Africa And Latin American 1450 1990 ✍ Klaus Koschorke
✏A History of Christianity in Asia Africa and Latin American 1450 1990 Book Summary :
📒Europ Isches Und Globales Christentum European And Global Christianity ✍ Katharina Kunter
✏Europ isches und Globales Christentum European and Global Christianity Book Summary : Die wesentlichen Themen und Konflikte des spannungsreichen 20. Jahrhunderts.
📒Christianities In Asia ✍ Peter C. Phan
✏Christianities in Asia Book Summary : Christianity in Asia explores the history, development, and current state of Christianity across the world’s largest and most populous continent. Offers detailed coverage of the growth of Christianity within South Asia; among the thousands of islands comprising Southeast Asia; and across countries whose Christian origins were historically linked, including Vietnam, Thailand, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea Brings together a truly international team of contributors, many of whom are natives of the countries they are writing about Considers the Middle Eastern countries whose Christian roots are deepest, yet have turbulent histories and uncertain futures Explores the ways in which Christians in Asian countries have received and transformed Christianity into their local or indigenous religion Shows Christianity to be a vibrant contemporary movement in many Asian countries, despite its comparatively minority status in these regions
📒A Moving Faith ✍ Jonathan D. James
✏A Moving Faith Book Summary : A Moving Faith captures the dynamic shift of Christianity to the South and portrays a global movement that promises prosperity, healing, empowerment, and gender equality by invoking neo-Pentecostal and Charismatic resources. It postulates that neither North America nor Europe is the current center of the Christian faith. The book provides a detailed overview of how migration of Christians from the South enriches the North, for instance, Pope Francis brings newness, freshness, and the vigor characteristic of the South. While describing Christianity’s growth in the South, it suggests that, in fact, there is no center for this global faith. It explores this great move of Christianity by focusing on representative mega churches in South Korea, Brazil, Peru, Ghana, Nigeria, Australia, India, and the Philippines.
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📒Theology After Reading ✍ Darren J. N. Middleton
✏Theology After Reading Book Summary : Explores the way in which authors' theology, Christian or not, influences their fiction.
📒Violent Gods ✍ Angana P. Chatterji
✏Violent gods Book Summary : This book is an erudite and elegiac exploration of Hindu nationalism in India today. It offers a revealing account of Hindu militant mobilizations as an authoritarian movement manifest throughout culture, polity, and economy, religion and law, class and caste, on gender, body, land, and memory. Tracing the continuities between Hindutva and Hindu cultural dominance, this book maps the architectures of civic and despotic governmentalities contouring Hindu nationalism in public, domestic, and everyday life. In chronicling concerted action against Christians and Muslims, Adivasis and Dalits, through spectacles, events, public executions, the riots in Kandhamal of December 2007 and August-September 2008, the planned, methodical politics of terror unfolds in its multiple registers.