By Dana L. Robert

Exploring how Christianity grew to become a global faith, this short background examines Christian missions and their dating to the present globalization of Christianity.

  • A brief and enlightening background of Christian missions: a phenomenon that many say displays the one most crucial intercultural move over a sustained interval of human history
  • Offers a thematic review that takes under consideration the political, cultural, social, and theological issues
  • Discusses the importance of missions to the globalization of Christianity, and broadens our figuring out of Christianity as a multicultural international religion
  • Helps Western audiences comprehend the which means of undertaking as a ancient process
  • Contains a number of new maps that illustrate demographic shifts in international Christianity

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