The Indian Face of God in Latin America
Manuel Marķa Marzal
Orbis Books, 1996 - Religion - 245 pages
Exploring and placing in context recent scholarly work analyzing the theological significance of vital pre-modern traditions on four distinct areas and cultures, Manuel Marzal introduces the new approach to Indian identity and its overall historical context.
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