Eternity in Their Hearts - Part I: A World Prepared for the Gospel, The Melchizedek Factor; Chapter 2: Peoples of the Lost Book, pp. 65-76 Summary & Analysis

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Part I: A World Prepared for the Gospel, The Melchizedek Factor; Chapter 2: Peoples of the Lost Book, pp. 65-76 Summary

In 1795, the British Empire is trying to take over the country of Burma (now called Myanmar), and the Burmese leaders are doing what they can to resist. A British officer, with a Burmese guide, encounters a village of people who claim to be not Burmese but Karen. The Karen eagerly ask the British officer if he is the white foreigner that they have been waiting for, who will bring them a sacred book from God, and set them free. The officer reports this story back to his superior officer, Michael Symes, who includes the episode in a book he writes about Burma.

Over the next hundred years...

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