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Published on 03 November, 1999

Story number 4 for 3 Nov 1999

Meanwhile, chronological teaching of the Bible is having an incredible impact on people in at least one village in Papua New Guinea. New Tribes Mission officials began the initiative more than five months ago among the Malaumandan (muhl-ah-MAHN-duhn) people. Just a few days ago they began teaching the death, burial and resurrection of Christ. Missionaries say after the two hour presentation many came to Christ. Officials say of the local population of comprehendible age, 50-percent have turned to Christ.

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  • Primary Language: English
  • Primary Religion: Christianity
  • Evangelical: 25.7%
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