Christianity Rediscovered

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Orbis Books, 2003 - Religion - 169 pages
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This classic work tells the story of a missioner and what he learned of God among the Masai of Tanzania. Includes essays by Eugene Hillman and Lamin Sanneh as well as a personal reflection by the sister who knew the author best.

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User Review  - Daniel Arseneault - Goodreads

A post Vantican II view of the gospel. Donovan seems sincere but confused about what the gospel really boils down to. This book helped me ask some serious questions about what I believe. Read full review

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User Review  - Daunavan Buyer - Goodreads

This is a great book. It really challenged my thinking on mission, interpretation of scripture, and the gospel. We need to remember that the gospel needs to be the gospel for people who have never heard it before... not just for North American or European Westerners with a certain worldview... Read full review

Contents

The Winds of Change
130
An African Creed
148
A Sister Remembers Her Brother
166
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About the author (2003)

Donovan, a Spiritan priest, spent seventeen years in Tanzania before returning to ministry in the U.S.

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