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The Deep Sea Canoe: The Story of Third World Missionaries in the South Pacific

Paperback|Jun 2006
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Investigates 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...


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Investigates 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.
-Publisher.

: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.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 254939
  • Product Code 0878081585
  • EAN 9780878081585
  • Pages 144
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Missions
  • Publisher William Carey Library
  • Publication Date Jun 2006
  • Sales Rank 35445
  • Dimensions 213 x 137 x 10mm
  • Weight 0.218kg

Alan Tippett

Alan Tippett, (PhD University of Oregon) an Australian anthropologist who had been a Methodist Missionary for many years in Fiji, was the first full-time faculty member in 1965, when Fuller Theological Seminary opened its School of World Mission. He authored a number of missiological books including Introduction to Missiology, The Deep Sea Canoe, Aspects of Pacific Ethnohistory and Church growth and the word of God: The Biblical basis of the church growth viewpoint-Editorial Review.

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