By Mark Shaw

the guts of global Christianity has now shifted to the continent of Africa the place four hundred million profess Christian religion. This new improvement hides an immense truth: African Christianity is likely one of the oldest sorts of Christianity on the earth. during this e-book, historian Mark Shaw, tells the 2000 12 months previous tale of African Christianity now not easily as a dry narrative yet as an perpetually artistic quest to discover heaven in the world. the dominion of God in Africa can help you notice Christianity in new methods and with clean eyes.

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