Concordia Journal, Spring 2015, volume 41, book review, Hakka, missionary, Taiwan, cultural, Christianity
Bible Study; Lecture; Sermon Prep
Christofferson speaks of the Hakka people, he prefers more malleable descriptors such as “being Hakka” or “doing things in the Hakka way.” This, in turn, expresses the frustration Christofferson felt in his own ministry, working hard for fluency in the Hakka language, but discovering that not all of the Hakka he was speaking to were as comfortable in, or even loyal to, the ancestral language.
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Exploring Tensions between Being
Hakka and Being Christian in
Concordia Journal: Vol. 41:
2, Article 19.
Available at: https://scholar.csl.edu/cj/vol41/iss2/19