Table of contents for Evangelical Christianity and democracy in Asia / edited by David Halloran Lumsdaine.

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CONTENTS
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Introduction: Evangelical Christianity and Democratic Pluralism in Asia (David Halloran Lumsdaine)
Chapter One: The Christian Community in China: The Leaven Effect (Kim-Kwong Chan)
Chapter Two: Emulating Azariah: Evangelicals and Social Change in Western India (Sushil J. Aaron) 
Chapter Three: Ethnicity, Civil Society and the Church: The Politics of Evangelical Christianity in Northeast India (Sujatha Fernandes)
Chapter Four: Evangelicals and Politics in Indonesia: The Case of Surakarta (Bambang Budijanto)
Chapter Five: Evangelicals and the Democratization of South Korea Since 1987 (Young-gi Hong)
Chapter Six: Consolidating Democracy: Filipino Evangelicals in Between "People-Power" Events, 1986-2001 (David S. Lim)
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Evangelicalism -- Political aspects -- Asia.
Democracy -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Christianity and politics -- Asia.