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Melanesia: an annotated bibliography for church workers
MacDonald, Mary N. 1946-
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Supplement zu: Point series ; 5/7
Melanesia: an annotated bibliography for Church workers
by: MacDonald, Mary N. 1946-
Mission to Melanesia
by: Wench, Ida
Conversion, protest movements & change: a select bibliography; (with special reference to Christianity in India)
by: Mac, Myrtle R.
Death to life: Bangladesh; the experience of an American missionary family
by: MacKinley, Jim
Juifs de Chine: a travers la correspondance inédite des Jésuites du 18. siècle
by: Dehergne, Joseph, et al.
Hindi Christian names
by: Sah, R. P., et al.
Behind the ranges: Fraser of Lisuland S. W. China
by: Taylor, Frederick Howard 1862-1946
Forum Mission: Jahrbuch
A history of Christianity in Japan
by: Drummond, Richard Henry 1916-2013
Miles of ministry and miracles: the Mobile Mission Maintenance story from its inception to its 10th anniversary; August 1975 to August 1985
by: Hansen, Geoff
Roots and branches: the religious heritage of Washington State
by: Buerge, David M., et al.
Christianity and native traditions: indigenization and syncretism among the Inuit and the Dene of the Western Arctic
by: Gualtieri, Antonio R. 1931-
Gurus, ashrams and Christians
Yoruba Muslim youth and Christian-sponsored education
by: Noibi, Dawud O.
The missions of California: a legacy of genocide
Junípero Serra's legacy
by: Morgado, Martin J.
Alone, you get nowhere: an attempt at assessing the involvement of personnel in the sudan relief and rehabilitation programme 1972-1975
by: Hennes, Gerhard G.
Journey into Varanasi
by: Hooker, Roger
All mankind is one: a study of the disputation between Bartolomé de Las Casas and Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda in 1550 on the intellectual and religious capacity of the American Indians
by: Hanke, Lewis
Christian alternatives to ancestor practices