Peoples of the Buddhist World: A Christian Prayer Diary

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William Carey Library, 2004 - Buddhism - 453 pages
In the past 20 years, Christians around the world have launched initiatives to reach Muslims, Communists, Hindus and other major unreached people groups but the Buddhist world has largely been overlooked. Hundreds of millions of Buddhists continue to live and die without any exposure to the Gospel. In Peoples of the Buddhist World, researcher and author Paul Hattaway graphically presents prayer profiles of more than 200 Buddhist people groups around the world, beautifully illustrated with color pictures throughout. In addition, experts have contributed articles on various aspects of Buddhism, helping the reader to learn, pray and work until that day when "the kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ and he will reign for ever and ever" (Rev. 11:15).--From publisher's description.

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I found out about this book from a college professor at the school I attend in Pensacola. I have to say it's the most amazing thing I've ever owned. Every aspect of the culture, down to how many of ... Read full review

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This is an excellent way to learn about the basics of each ethnic group that adheres to the Buddhist religion. It amazes me how much research went into finding out about these fascinating peoples.

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