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Articles > 2013 > 11 January > Reviews > Book reviews >

Spirit of Lausanne

By Gavin Reid

JULIA CAMERON's Christ Our Reconciler: Gospel, Church, world (IVP, £12.99
(£11.70); 978-1-84474-577-7) is the book of addresses and Bible studies from the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelisation, held in 2010 in Cape Town. It drew representatives from 198 countries.

The opening messages of greeting from Billy Graham and John Stott betray the feeling and inspiration that ...

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