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Laamann, Lars Peter
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: T, 700, 8560
The thesis argues that Christianity underwent a profound process of inculturation during the "long eighteenth century", which was caused by the absence of foreign missionaries after the edict of 1724 and by the fact that the Christian centres moved from China's cities into the countryside and wilderness.
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