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CHRISTIAN COMMUNICATION IN A NEW KEY - RESPONDING TO HUMAN NEEDS AND CULTURES

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The Churches in the West and the Churches in the non-Christian countries will do well to cooperate very closely on the problem of communication, and they can learn much from each other. (Hendrik Kraemer, 1957, 50)

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1983-01-01
2016-08-28

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