Taking the three continents in turn, the documents trace chronologically the transfer of Christianity from the beginning Western colonization through the end of the Cold War. Traditional forms of Christianity in Asia and Africa are not covered. The emphasis is on the voices of people working in the field--both missionaries and indigenous people--rather than those at the imperial centers.
About the author
Klaus Koschorke is professor and chairman of the Departmentof Church History at the University of Munich, Germany.
Frieder Ludwig teaches at Mission Seminary in Hermannsburg.
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