Overcoming Spiritual Barriers in Japan

Overcoming Spiritual Barriers in Japan When Christianity landed on the shores of Japan years ago Japanese people were so attracted to the Gospel that they chose torture and death rather than renounce their faith Today Japanese people

  • Title: Overcoming Spiritual Barriers in Japan
  • Author: Keith E. Webb
  • ISBN: 9780966565805
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • Overcoming Spiritual Barriers in Japan

    When Christianity landed on the shores of Japan 450 years ago, Japanese people were so attracted to the Gospel that they chose torture and death rather than renounce their faith Today, Japanese people seem indifferent to the message of Jesus What changed This book examines the invisible spiritual reality behind the 17th century persecution of Christians and the subsequeWhen Christianity landed on the shores of Japan 450 years ago, Japanese people were so attracted to the Gospel that they chose torture and death rather than renounce their faith Today, Japanese people seem indifferent to the message of Jesus What changed This book examines the invisible spiritual reality behind the 17th century persecution of Christians and the subsequent spiritual strongholds that were established These spiritual and cultural barriers are still effectively holding the Japanese people in spiritual bondage.

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    1. Anderson

      An interesting short book attempting to analyze the problem of lack of growth in Christianity in Japan from an exclusively spiritual perspectiveOS: The book is written in a very understandable and straightforward way. This is not one of those books that try to impress the reader by showing the complexities of the author. Furthermore, the chapters of the book are so short that one can easily read one chapter in pretty much every tiny break. This does not mean that the book is a collection of unre [...]

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