Book Review: From Jerusalem to Timbuktu

From Jerusalem to Timbuktu

A World Tour of the Spread of Christianity

by Brian C. Stiller

InterVarsity Press

Christian , Religion & Spirituality

Pub Date 20 Mar 2018

I am reviewing a copy of From Jerusalem to Timbuktu through Intervarsity Press and Netgalley:

The birthplace of Christianity was Jerusalem. It was concentrated in the West for many centuries but it has rapidly spanned across Africa, Latin America and Asia. Leaving Christianity’s geographic center of density is now in the West African country of Mali-In Timbuktu. In this book Brian Stiller will identify the five key factors that have shaped the church.

The first of the five factors that helped shape the Church being a renewed openness to the move of Holy Spirit, to the empowerment of ingenious leadership. In some areas Christianity is embattled and threatened while in many places it flourishes in a way it never has before. In this book you will discover how the gospel is advancing in places it never has before, and you will be encouraged to see that Jesus witness is reaching to the ends of the earth.

I give From Jerusalem to Timbuktu five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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