God Speaks My Language: A History of Bible Translation in East Africa
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Langham Creative Projects, 2020.
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9781783688241

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Aloo Osotsi Osotsi Mojola., & Aloo Osotsi Osotsi Mojola|AUTHOR. (2020). God Speaks My Language: A History of Bible Translation in East Africa . Langham Creative Projects.

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Aloo Osotsi Osotsi Mojola and Aloo Osotsi Osotsi Mojola|AUTHOR. 2020. God Speaks My Language: A History of Bible Translation in East Africa. Langham Creative Projects.

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Aloo Osotsi Osotsi Mojola and Aloo Osotsi Osotsi Mojola|AUTHOR. God Speaks My Language: A History of Bible Translation in East Africa Langham Creative Projects, 2020.

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Aloo Osotsi Osotsi Mojola, and Aloo Osotsi Osotsi Mojola|AUTHOR. God Speaks My Language: A History of Bible Translation in East Africa Langham Creative Projects, 2020.

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