Killing Fields, Living Fields: An Unfinished Portrait of the Cambodian Church - The Church That Would Not Die

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Kregel Publications, May 1, 2001 - Religion - 463 pages
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(Foreword by Peter Lewis) "This heart-wrenching, heartwarming narrative prompts tears, prayers, praise, and hopes in turn. It is a long time since I read anything so poignant." --J. I. Packer

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$15 Don Cormack spent over 20 years in Cambodia. This is his dynamic history of the Cambodian church from the 1920s through the Khmer Rouge into the new millennium. Read full review

Review: Killing Fields Living Fields: An Unfinished Portrait of the Cambodian Church--The Church That Would Not Die

User Review  - Paula - Goodreads

This book is not for the squeamish, nor is it for those who insist on good writing. In fact it is sometimes so badly written that it's hard to understand, and some of events are so brutal that you ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Don Cormack spent over 20 years among the Cambodian people and therefore is well able to give the background of Cambodian Life and culture.

Lewis, leader of Cornerstone Church in Nottingham, England for over 30 years. International conventioin speaker. Served on the Theological Commissioin of the World Evangelical Fellowship, and the Council of Management of the Evangelical Alliance.

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