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Awas bahaya kristenisasi di Indonesia / Irena Handono
Bib ID 3674825
Format BookBook
Author
Handono, Irena
 
Edition Cet. 1. 
Description Bekasi : Bima Rodheta, 2005 
xvi, 134 p. : ill. ; 19 cm. 
ISBN 9799825067
Summary

Criticism on Christianization in Indonesia through a religious comparison between Islam and Christianity from a Muslim convert's viewpoint.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-134) and index.

Subjects Islam - Apologetic works.  |  Christianity - Indonesia - Influence.  |  Christianity and other religions - Islam.  |  Islam - Relations - Christianity.  |  Islamic sermons, Indonesian.  |  Proselytizing - Indonesia.  |  Muslim converts from Christianity - Indonesia.
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Kristenisasi di Indonesia

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