Kingdom without Borders: The Untold Story of Global Christianity is a sweeping appraisal of the global advance of Christianity and the state of the Church around the world.
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The differences between the various regions of the Global South are real and significant in terms of their defining characteristics.
by Enoch Wan and Michael Pocock, eds. Evangelical Missiological Society Series 17. William Carey Library, 1605 E. Elizabeth St., Pasadena, CA 91104, 2009, 411 pages, $14.99. —Reviewed by Christopher J. Black, a Ph.D. candidate at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Volume 17 of the Evangelical Missiological Society’s monograph series flows out of their 2008 annual . . . read more
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