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Atlas of World Christianity ,The

Wraight Brieley

Atlas of World Christianity ,The

Wraight Brieley

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This complete visual reference to Christianity worldwide is an invaluable resource for missionary organizations, intercessors, church leaders, and missions-minded believers everywhere!

The Atlas of World Christianity offers a rare, panoramic snapshot of the Christian world at the turn of the millennium, including an in-depth look at expected growth trends through 2010. Combining colorful charts, graphs, and maps with fascinating, timely articles, authors Peter Brierley and Heather Wraight provide a thorough examination of the present status of Christianity in every nation of the world.

This important volume examines recent history and future trends in areas such as population growth, literacy, education, economic development, and the spread of AIDS. Careful consideration is also given to other major world religions and the extent of their impact.

The Atlas of World Christianity is a strategic tool for mission leaders, planners, and all students of missiology. It will motivate, inform, and assist any believer who seeks to understand what God is doing among the nations and to impact the world for Jesus Christ.

"The Atlas of World Christianity visually documents the state of the Christian church and the missionary movement worldwide, in light of the larger context of global trends and other world religions. It should prove useful to pastors and mission committees seeking ways to engage the congregation in the challenge of mission."
--Dr. Chuck Van Engen
Arthur F. Glasser Professor of Biblical Theology of Mission
School of World Mission, Fuller Theological Seminary

"No serious student of global mission should be without this volume."
--Dr. Kenneth B. Mulholland
Dean of Columbia Biblical Seminary & Graduate School of Missions
Columbia (S.C.) International University



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This complete visual reference to Christianity worldwide is an invaluable resource for missionary organizations, intercessors, church leaders, and missions-minded believers everywhere!

The Atlas of World Christianity offers a rare, panoramic snapshot of the Christian world at the turn of the millennium, including an in-depth look at expected growth trends through 2010. Combining colorful charts, graphs, and maps with fascinating, timely articles, authors Peter Brierley and Heather Wraight provide a thorough examination of the present status of Christianity in every nation of the world.

This important volume examines recent history and future trends in areas such as population growth, literacy, education, economic development, and the spread of AIDS. Careful consideration is also given to other major world religions and the extent of their impact.

The Atlas of World Christianity is a strategic tool for mission leaders, planners, and all students of missiology. It will motivate, inform, and assist any believer who seeks to understand what God is doing among the nations and to impact the world for Jesus Christ.

"The Atlas of World Christianity visually documents the state of the Christian church and the missionary movement worldwide, in light of the larger context of global trends and other world religions. It should prove useful to pastors and mission committees seeking ways to engage the congregation in the challenge of mission."
--Dr. Chuck Van Engen
Arthur F. Glasser Professor of Biblical Theology of Mission
School of World Mission, Fuller Theological Seminary

"No serious student of global mission should be without this volume."
--Dr. Kenneth B. Mulholland
Dean of Columbia Biblical Seminary & Graduate School of Missions
Columbia (S.C.) International University


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  • Catalogue Code 121082
  • Product Code 0785209913
  • EAN 9780785209911
  • Pages 144
  • Department Academic
  • Category Reference
  • Sub-Category Atlas/charts
  • Publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers
  • Publication Date Sep 1998
  • Dimensions 311 x 222 x 15 mm
  • Weight 0.794kg

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