Christianity as a World Religion

  title={Christianity as a World Religion},
  author={Sebastian Kim and Kirsteen Kim},
1. Introduction: Christianity as a World Religion 2. The Adaptability of Christianity 3. Christianity as a World Religion in the Pre-Modern Era 4. European Christianity and its Spread, 1492-1910 5. Global Christianities 6. Latin American Christianity 7. North American Christianity 8. Asian Christianity 9. African Christianity 10. Christianity in Europe, 1910- 11. Local Christianities in Global Debate 12. Conclusion: The Coming of World Christianity. 

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