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This front matter section of the book titled Latin American Evangelical Theology in the 1970's contains the table of contents, and list of abbreviations. The book is the story of people who were able to break through the hold of the past and open new horizons for the Latin American people. It is about a group of Latin American evangelical theologians who were active in theological production in Latin America and for Latin America during the 1970s. Many people know something about liberation theologies in Latin America in the 1970s. Historiography has either ignored or misrepresented these Latin American theologians. This theological development from Latin America became a turning point for the history of the church in the continent, and its influence has extended beyond its borders to affect evangelicals throughout the world.

Keywords: evangelicals; Latin American Theologians



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