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Hispanic Bible Institutes

Elizabeth Conde-Frazier explains the Hispanic church in the United States as a church in diaspora. She studies two New England Bible Institutes and describes the changes and developments of these communities, including their sociological and theological influences.

195 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2004

Religion: Christianity

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Table of Contents

Chapter I:  Hispanic Protestant Missiology
Chapter II:  Theological Education in the Hispanic Protestant Church
Chapter III:  Interview and Analysis of Two Hispanic Bible Institutes
Chapter IV:  Theology, Methodology and Pedagogy at Bible Institutes
Chapter V:  Power Issues in Bible Institutes
Chapter VI:  Conclusion

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