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End of the Spear (book)

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Language  English
Publication date  December 5, 2005
Pages  338
Originally published  5 December 2005
Page count  338
Country  United States of America

Publisher  Saltriver
Media type  Hardback and Paperback
ISBN  0-8423-6439-0
Author  Steve Saint
Genre  Non-fiction
OCLC  61211315
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End of the Spear is a book written by Steve Saint. It was published in connection with the film of the same name. The book chronicles the continuing story that began with Elisabeth Elliot's 1957 bestseller Through Gates of Splendor.

The book focuses on the Waodani tribe of eastern Ecuador, and their progression from being known as violent savages to followers of Christ.

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End of the Spear (book) Wikipedia


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