Vision and Reality in Pacific Religion : Essays in honour of Niel Gunson
This collection skillfully explores the religious history of the Pacific Islands, examining the indigenization of Christianity and other faiths. Regionally diverse, it is premised upon the integration of the many gods or spiritual beings indigenous to the islands and the diverse understandings of foreign gods that have developed as a result of contact with missionary religions.
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