The evangelisation of Aneityum, the southernmost island in the New Hebrides (now called Vanuatu) seemed little more than a remote possibility in 1848 but within a decade there was a thriving Christian community there and it became the home base for work on the other islands which made up the New Hebrides. It is a story of triumphs and disasters, breakthroughs and setbacks. At a time when Christian missionary activity is viewed with suspicion or even outright hostility, this book offers a more sympathetic appraisal of what actually took places by going back to the primary missionary sources.

Missionary methods and the Theology of Mission

By : Peter Barnes
Pages : 246
Publisher : Morning Star Publishing
Dimensions : 148mm x 210mm
IBSN : 9781925208252


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