The fascinating story of how the Spanish sought to "incarnate" Christianity into Quechua, a large family of languages spoken under the Inca empire. The missionaries codified one written form; then translated devotional, catechetical, and liturgical texts for everyday parish use. These became the cutting edge for cultural change. 448 pages, softcover. University of Notre Dame.
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