Very Good. 8vo. xvii, 407pp, index, bibliography, notes, map. Or card covers. Very slight edge wear and minor creasing to spine, small stamp on bottom of half-title page. An investigation into the type of Christianity that has developed in the Solomon Islands. Remote and at the time still quite primitive, their island bound Christianity carried signs of its pagan environment. Church growth was rapid on some islands-slow on others-and the book examines the reasons for this variation. A valuable religious, sociological and anthropological study which looks at 'what it means to be a Melanesian Christian in Melanesia today".
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