Christianity Made in Japan: A Study of Indigenous Movements
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288pp. November 1998
Christianity Made in Japan: A Study of Indigenous Movements
Author: Mullins, Mark R.;
For centuries the accommodation between Japan and Christianity has been an uneasy one. Compared with others of its Asian neighbors, the churches in Japan have never counted more than a small minority of believers more or less resigned to patterns of ritua
Nanzan Library of Asian Religion and Culture Series
Published in association with the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture, Nanzan University
"Highly recommended" —Missiology, January 2000

"An authoritative study of indigenous Christian movements in Japan" —Japanese Religions 26 (2001)

"Theoretically sophisticated ... essential reading" —Studies in Religion / S

Author: Mullins, Mark R.;
Mark R. Mullins is professor of sociology of religion and Christian studies at Meiji Gakuin University, Japan.
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Preface

1 Christianity as World Religion and Vernacular Movement
Sociological Considerations
The Japanese Context
Approaching Indigenous Christian Movements




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