Dissertation Notices

October 2005
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Oct2005, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p218
Academic Journal
Presents a bibliography of literature about religion. "Science, Religion, and Mass Media: A Study and Discussion of Religious Elements in Science Communication in the Media and Its Relevance for Contemporary Missionary Communication," by Tobech Ihezie Anyadike; "A Genuinely Human Existence: An Historical Investigation Into the Conflicted Life of Bishop Stephen Neill Up to the Termination of His Bishopric," by Dyron B. Daughrity; "Twentieth-Century South Asian Christian Theological Engagement With Religious Pluralism: Its Challenges for Pentecostalism in India," by Geomon K. George.


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