Current Concerns of Anthropologists and Missionaries
Karl James Franklin
International Museum of Cultures, 1987 - Religion - 163 pages
Contains 11 papers presented at the 1986 SIL Seminar on Anthropology, discussing moral roots of conflict, worldviews, attitutes toward religion, ethics of evangelism, ethics of Christian mission, what to learn from critics and missiology.
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Moral Roots of Conflict
Anthropologists Attitude Toward Religion
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