The Church in Nepal: Analysis of Its Gestation and Growth

Barclay, John
October 2009
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Oct2009, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p189
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the development of the Christian church in Nepal. It reveals that the entry of Christian missionaries and religious groups to conduct missionary works played an essential role to the growth of Christianity in the country. The author also presents the factors that contributed to the growth, which include cooperation among Christian groups, expansion of missions, and rise in the number of converts.


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