Book Reviews

Schrock, J. Roger
July 1999
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Jul99, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p136
Book Review
Reviews several books about religion and missionary work in Sudan. `In Our Own Languages: The Story of Bible Translation in Sudan,' by Janet Persson; `Land of Promise: Church Growth in a Sudan at War,' edited by Andrew C. Wheeler; `Seeking an Open Society: Inter-faith Relations and Dialogue in Sudan Today,' edited by Stuart E. Brown.


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