Journey from the Rainbow Bridge Separated Christian Socialities in an Indigenous Truku Village of Taiwan

Ying-Cheng Chang
‘Christianity’, one of the world’s major religions, refers to the general cosmological understanding centred on the belief in Jesus as the saviour, son of God, and the Bible, yet its nature is heterogeneous. Historically, Christianity has developed distinct forms and spread worldwide through a process of missionary activity. This ethnography charts the impact of the denominations of Presbyterianism and Pentecostalism in an indigenous village examining how adherents have become oriented by Christianity in different ways...
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