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Japanese Traditions of Christianity

1st Edition

By M Paske-Smith

Routledge

142 pages

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Published in 1930, this book traces the long history of Christianity in Japan. Paske-Smith details the journey of the early missionaries from the west, the conflict that arose from the introduction of Christianity to Japan and how Christianity’s influence transformed some of the Japanese cultural landscape.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction. 2. Part I : A history of the Introduction of Christianity into Japan. 3. Part II : Introduction. 4. The Shimabara Rebellion . 5. Part III .

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BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
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RELIGION / General