Take and read

What happens when a superb scholar who studies both North American religious history and global Christianity decides to bring those fields together, to understand how each informs the other? The answer is The New Shape of World Christianity, which shows how the religious patterns that emerged in 19th-century America reshaped the rest of the planet. Particularly valuable are Noll’s case studies of Christian growth in Korea and East Africa.

 

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