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By J. Taneti

ISBN-10: 1137383089

ISBN-13: 9781137383082

ISBN-10: 1349480347

ISBN-13: 9781349480340

starting within the 19th century, local girls preachers served and led nascent Protestant church buildings in a lot of Southern India, evolving their very own challenge theology and practices. This quantity examines the effect of Telugu socio-political dynamics, corresponding to caste, gender, and empire, at the theology and practices of the Telugu Biblewomen.

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