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  • The word of God and "our words." The Bible and translation in a Mam Maya context.
    Samson, C. Mathews (2009)
    In James S. Bielo (ed.) The Social Life of Scriptures. Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Biblicism. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 44-79.

    Studies the translation of the New Testament & use of languages among Maya people, especially Presbyterians, in Guatemala.

    Associated Search Terms: Mayan; Missions, Guatemala; Presbyterian, Guatemala; Sociolinguistics; Guatemala
  • Estrategias evangélicas hacia la población indigena de Guatemala.
    Samandú, Luis E. (1990)
    In Luis E. Samandú (ed.) Protestantismos y procesos sociales en Centroamerica. San José, Costa Rica: Editorial Universitaria Centroamricana, pp. 69-109.

    Associated Search Terms: Guatemala; Missions; Native Guatemalan
  • L'État, le Religieux et le Contrôle de la Population Indigène au Guatemala.
    Garcia-Ruiz, Jesus F. (1988)
    Revue française de science politique 38:5: 758-769.

    Focuses on the role of Catholicism, government, & military (aided by North American Protestant sects) in breaking up the traditional Amerindian culture.

    Associated Search Terms: Guatemala; Politics, Guatemala; Catholic, Guatemala; Protestant, Guatemala; Missions; Native Guatemalan
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