God Speaks Navajo
Two unlikely players emerge as the heroes of this narrative: Geronimo Martin, a blind Navajo Indian, and Faye Edgerton, a white woman in poor health. Gifted and determined, these two individuals from different cultures prayed, persevered, and finally produced the Navajo New Testament in 1956. At a time when only English was used in churches and schools, it was questionable whether the Navajo Scriptures would be accepted. But within a few months the edition sold out, and six more printings followed as Navajos welcomed God's Word in the language they understood best. DETAILS Author: Ethel Emily Wallis Format: Paperback 146 pages 8" x 6"
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