A Rising Tide: Evangelical Christianity in New Zealand by Stuart M. Lange

By Stuart M. Lange

In New Zealand, evangelical Christianity has continually performed an important function. This booklet explores the attention-grabbing tale of the resurgence of evangelical Protestantism within the Fifties and 60s, and its prewar origins.

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