Title: Exploring Enga Culture: Studies in ...
Publisher: Kristen Pres
Publication Date: 1970
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
371 pp., bibliography. light cover wear, foxing (age spots) on 1st 2 pages. Contents: The dynamics of Enga persuasive speech / James E. Larson; Enga referential symbolism : verbal and visual / Paul W. Brennan; The clan meeting in Enga society / Marvin Sackschewsky; Cultural implications of the Enga Indigenous church / Gerald Arndt; The Enga concept of God / R. Freund, R. Hett, K. Reko; The Enga concept of forgiveness and Enga morality / Dennis Malone and Steve Steffens; The nature of christian living in Enga society / Leroy Eckert and Dave Thomas; The missionary as an agent of cultural change / Karl Stotik; The meaning of identification : what the Engas want from the missionaries / Victor Heinicke; The Enga concept of fear / Merlyn Wagner; Tension between the individual and the corporate in Enga society / Don Rothenbush; Motivations for Christianity : satisfaction of Enga needs / Max Scheimann. Bookseller Inventory # B000IXWHB4PNGCON010215
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