The Deep-sea Canoe: The Story of Third World Missionaries in the South Pacific
William Carey Library, 1977 - 126 páginas
This updated version of Tippett s 1977, The Deep Sea Canoe, describes a significant but often overlooked aspect of the expansion of Christianity in the South Pacific, that of South Sea Island believers who carried the gospel from one island to another in their deep sea canoes. It is a well-researched study by one who knew the islands and their people, a man known by the Fijians as one who spoke their language."
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Figure Page 1 Map of the South Pacific Frontispiece
ni ó oo Diffusion of WMS and LMS Movements 3 The Messenger of Peace
Conversion and Sanctification Process
Dynamic Equilibrium Model of Church Growth Continuity Line Graph Bau People Movement
Structure of Bau Movement
Sacred Heathen Assembly House at
Organic Church Growth Bau 12 Model Leadership Development 13 Joeli Bulu Tongan Missionary to Fiji 183877
Social Structure of Bau Church 15 Ratu Cakobau the Converted Cannibal
Epilogue The Anchorage
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