ELL: Chin People and Mission Division

Matthew McDaniel akha at LOXINFO.CO.TH
Sun Aug 26 11:04:42 UTC 2001

Khup Za Go
A Critical Historical Study Of Bible Translations Among The Zo People
In North East India

Preface by Frederick S. Downs.

Chin Baptist Literature Board
Churachandpur, Nanipur, India

Although the Zo people are one tribe and one language, more than twenty
denominations have fragmented them, making dialect differences and
preventing even as much of a pan Zo movement as the Naga in Nagaland
have been able to accomplish.

Thus there are more than 20 versions of the Bible needed to reinforce
these differences rather than promote unity.

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