This book looks at the often contradictory aspects of the evangelization of the Native American communities from the Pilgrims to today. The Methodist's attempts at conversions is riddled with failure as well as success; readers will walk away with a new perspective on the missionary activities within America. 272 pages, softcover.
The history of the Methodist attempt to evangelize Native Americans is riddled with spectacular failures as well as dramatic successes. In this balanced yet forthright account, Homer Noley helps you gain new insights and a richer understanding of Methodist missionary activities with native Americans from the 1600s to today.
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