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Interpreting the Development of
the Evangelical Church
in Guatemala:  2002
by Roger Grossmann
rognvic@yahoo.com
 
A Doctor of Ministry Dissertation
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
September 2002
(used with permission of the author)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Expanded Table of Contents
(Includes Title Pages & Abstract)
Chapter 1:  Confusion about the Church Growth Movement in Guatemala
Chapter 2:  Biblical Basis for Understanding Syncretism and Contextualization: 
Two Dynamics in the Health of the Church
Chapter 3:  Factors for the Miraculous Growth of Evangelicals in Guatemala
until 1993 and the Subsequent Plateau in Church Growth
Chapter 4:  Methodologies and Project Design
Chapter 5:  The Quantity and Location of the Evangelical Church in Guatemala:
The Demographic Study of Religion
Chapter 6:  The Nature of the Typical Evangelical in Guatemala
Chapter 7:  A Comparison of the Level of Internalization of the Gospel
among Major Denominations of Guatemala
(NOTE:  Chapters 6 & 7 are in the same file)
Chapter 8:  Inside the Evangelical Denominations
of Guatemala:  The Leaders Speak
Chapter 9:  Conclusions and Recommendations
Appendices
Bibliography
EXTRA:  Language Use among Various Ethnic Groups of Evangelicals in Guatemala
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