Deus Destroyed: The Image of Christianity in Early Modern Japan

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Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University, 1988 - History - 542 pages
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'George Elison's exuberant style, his amazing polyglot skills, and his overwhelming erudition make for fascinating reading. I believe this work will be accepted as a major contribution not just to this phase of history in Japan and the history o the Christian church but also other broader and very up-to-date problems of the meeting of cultures.'

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Introduction I
Problems in the Acceptance of Christianity in Japan
Forms of the Rejection of Christianity in Japan

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