A History of Christianity in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, 1450-1990: A Documentary Sourcebook

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A History of Christianity in
Asia, Africa, and Latin America,
1450–1990 A DOCUMENTARY SOURCEBOOK

Edited by

Klaus Koschorke, Frieder Ludwig & Mariano Delgado

In cooperation with Roland Spliesgart

WILLIAM B. EERDMANS PUBLISHING COMPANY
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xxix
  • Standard Works and Literature Quoted in Abbreviations xxxi
  • Abbreviations and Omissions xxxiii
  • Asia 1
  • I - Asia 1450–1600 3
  • II - Asia 1600–1800 30
  • III - Asia 1800–1890 55
  • IV - Asia 1890–1945 85
  • V - Asia 1945–1990 115
  • Africa 137
  • I - Africa 1450–1600 139
  • II - Africa 1600–1800 160
  • III - Africa 1800–1890 184
  • IV - Africa 1890–1945 208
  • V - Africa 1945–1990 244
  • Latin America 275
  • I - Latin America 1450–1600 277
  • II - Latin America 1600–1800 313
  • III - Latin America 1800–1890 346
  • IV - Latin America 1890–1945 367
  • V - Latin America 1945–1990 386
  • Acknowledgments 419
  • Index 423
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