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Being Protestant Christians in Southeast Asian Worlds

, : Being Protestant Christians in Southeast Asian Worlds. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 27(2): 280-292

Five cases of Protestant Christian practice in Indonesia and Thailand are presented and are used to develop a sociology of Protestantism in Southeast Asia. A review is first undertaken of the history of Protestant missionary activity in Southeast Asia.

Accession: 002763733

DOI: 10.2307/20062743

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