Return of the White Book- God At Work in Southeast Asia (#04 in Hidden Heroes Series)
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About "Return of the White Book- God At Work in Southeast Asia (#04 in Hidden Heroes Series)"
:The hill tribes of Southeast Asia told legends that one day the White Book that their ancestors had lost would be brought back to them. When the Karen tribe saw the Bible in 1813 through the mission of Adoniram Judson, they recognised the White Book of their stories. This is the amazing true story of how the faith spread through the land of Myanmar, formerly Burma.
Meet the Author
Rebecca Davis is an associate professor of political science and the director of the Office of Pre-Law Advising at Georgia Southern University. She hold a J.D. from the University of Georgia.
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Rebecca Davis has a great way of outlining missionary work, not just from the perspective of one western missionary, but covering many aspects of God at work in an area through many different people and various cultures. This engaging history of Christianity coming to the Karen and other tribes around the Burmese border highlights the grace of God that existed BEFORE western missions reached these people groups. Prevenient grace was evident in the stories passed down in this culture for generations before white contact (as first outlined in Don Richardson's book Eternity in their Hearts). I love the books Davis has authored, including this one, however I feel this book was slightly rushed through the editing process as there are a few minor grammatical errors. Regardless, in my opinion Davis is fast becoming the leading author for children's Christian literature of substance.