The Missionaries

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Secker & Warburg, Jan 1, 1988 - Culture conflict - 244 pages
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Publisher's description: This book will make you angry. It is about genocide, practiced today, against helpless people - in the name of God. These 'benevolent" destroyers, most of them from the United States, call themselves Christians. In this powerful book, Norman Lewis takes us among the Indians of Central and Latin America, Indochina and the Pacific Islands.

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Review: The Missionaries: God Against The Indians

User Review  - Jonathan - Goodreads

I wish I could give it 3.5 stars. It is a must read for contemporary missionaries as well as anyone interested in hunter-gatherer clashing with modern culture. At some points I feel like he meandered ... Read full review

Review: The Missionaries: God Against The Indians

User Review  - Lockhart - Goodreads

If this doesn't convince you of the venality of those christian hypocrites who enslave indiginous populations, nothing will. Lewis's experience as described in this very easily readable short book, led him to help found Survival International, the campaign for tribal peoples' rights. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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