Books Reviewed

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Allman, Jean, and Susan Geiger, eds. Women in African Colonial Histories, 27:91-92

Armour, Rollin, Sr. Islam, Christianity, and the West: A Troubled History, 27:89-90

Bevans, Stephen, and Roger Schroeder, eds. Mission for the Twenty-first Century, 27:40-41

Bill, James A., and John Alden Williams. Roman Catholics and Shi'i Muslims: Prayer, Passion, and Politics, 27:142

Bradshaw, Bruce. Change Across Cultures: A Narrative Approach to Social Transformation, 27:90

Brouwer, Ruth Compton. Modern Women Modernizing Men: The Changing Missions of Three Professional Women in Asia and Africa, 1902-69, 27:182-83

Brown, Judith M., and Robert Eric Frykenberg, eds. Christians, Cultural Interactions, and India's Religious Traditions, 27:45-46

Burgess, Stanley M., and Eduard M. van der Maas, eds. The New International Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements. Rev. and exp. ed., 27:38

Burns, J. M. Flickering Shadows: Cinema and Identity in Colonial Zimbabwe, 27:46

Chandler, Paul-Gordon. God's Global Mosaic: What We Can Learn from Christians Around the World, 27:41-42

Cox, Jeffrey. Imperial Fault Lines: Christianity and Colonial Power in India, 1818-1940, 27:141

Davidson, Allan K., ed. Tongan Anglicans, 1902-2002: From the Church of England Mission in Tonga to the Tongan Anglican Church, 27:84

De La Torre, Miguel A., and Edwin David Aponte. Introducing Latino/a Theologies, 27:183-84

Dichter, Thomas W. Despite good Intentions: Why Development Assistance to the Third World Has Failed, 27:186

Dow, James W., and Alan R. Sandstrom. Holy Saints and Fiery Preachers: The Anthropology of Protestantism in Mexico and Central America, 27:140

Erh, Deke, and Tess Johnston, eds. Hallowed Halls: Protestant Colleges in Old China, 27:42-43

Escobar, Samuel. Changing Tides: Latin America and World Mission Today, 27:84

Freeman-Grenville, G. S. P., and Stuart C. Munro-Hay. Historical Atlas of Islam. Rev. and exp. ed., 27:134.

Fuellenbach, John, S.V.D. Church: Community for the Kingdom, 27:178-79

Gittins, Anthony J. Ministry at the Margins: Strategy and Spirituality for Mission, 27:40

Goheen, Michael W. "As the Father Has Sent Me, I Am Sending You": J. E. Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology, 27:40

Guy, Jeff. The View Across the River: Harriette Colenso and the Zulu Struggle Against Imperialism, 27:178

Hamlin, Catherine, with John Little. The Hospital by the River--a Story of Hope, 27:88-89

Hanciles, Jehu. Euthanasia of a Mission: African Church Autonomy in a Colonial Context, 27:90-91

Hansen, Holger Bernt, and Michael Twaddle. Christian Missionaries and the State in the Third World, 27: 177

Harper, Keith. Send the Light: Lottie Moon's Letters and Other Writings, 27:139-40

Harvey, Thomas Alan. Acquainted with Grief: Wang Mingdao's Stand for the Persecuted Church in China, 27:185

Jenkins, Philip. The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity, 27:45

Kwantes, Anne, ed. Chapters in Philippine Church History, 27:87

Lai, Whalen, and Michael von Bruck. Christianity and Buddhism: A Multi-Cultural History of Their Dialogue, 27:85

Lampe, Armando. Mission or Submission? Moravian and Catholic Missionaries in the Dutch Caribbean During the Nineteenth Century, 27:46

McAmis, Robert Day. Malay Muslims: The History and Challenge of Resurgent Islam in Southeast Asia, 27:186

McGrath, Alister E. The Future of Christianity, 27:85-86

Mellor, Howard, and Timothy Yates, eds. Mission and Spirituality: Creative Ways of Being Church, 27:142

Minahan, James. Encyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: Ethnic and National Groups Around the World. 4 vols, 27:134-35

Moucarry, Chawkat. The Prophet and the Messiah: An Arab Christian's Perspective on Islam and Christianity, 27:92

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