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The Shaping of the West Indian Church

1492-1962
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History of religion, Protestantism & Protestant Churches, Modern period, c 1500 onwards, Protestant churches, Protestantism, Religion - Church History, West Indies, British, Religion, Caribbean islands, Christianity - History - Protestant, Christianity - History - General, Christianity - Protestant, Caribbean, English-speaking, Church History, History, West Indies,Br
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The Shaping of the West Indian Church, Cited by: 7. The Shaping of the West Indian Church By Arthur Charles Dayfoot.

US$ this book describes the development of Christian churches in the English-speaking Caribbean during the entire colonial era, from to the time of West Indian independence from Great Britain in It focuses especially on the leading church.

The Shaping of the West Indian Church, By Arthur Charles Dayfoot. Gainesville, Fla.: University Press of Florida, xviii + pp. $ cloth.

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Arthur Charles Dayfoot argues that one Christian impulse has driven the West Indian Church from the earliest European settlements to the mid-twentieth century.

Get this from a library. The shaping of the West Indian church, [Arthur Charles Dayfoot] -- "Against the background of social, cultural and ecclesiastical influences, this book describes the development of Christian churches in the English-speaking Caribbean during the entire colonial era.

The Shaping of the West Indian Church by Arthur Charles Dayfoot, JuneUniversity Press of Florida edition, Hardcover in EnglishCited by: 7. BOOK REVIEWS Caribbean The Shaping of the West Indian Church, ­ By Arthur Charles Dayfoot.

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The shaping of the West Indian church, Date Published. ISBN. Pages. pages. Subject(s) Caribbean History. Keywords. Protestant churches - History.

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