(Swahili) Finally Alive
The term “born again” is a precious term in the history of the Church. In his book, Finally Alive, John Piper takes the reader through a comprehensive study of Scripture and unveils what Jesus meant when He said, “You must be born again.” This book is one of the most lucid and thorough studies ever written for the believer in understanding the process from election, to “dead in our sins,” to new life and justification, and the process of sanctification. God is the great Doer of new birth and it is He that gives us eternal life!
Also known as “Kiswahili,” it serves as a national/official language in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, the Comoros and DR Congo. It is also spoken in Burundi, Mozambique, Oman, Rwanda, and Somalia. Total number of speakers is estimated to be 60-80 million.
Geography and Demographics for East Africa
The geography of East Africa includes Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, the two tallest peaks in Africa. It also includes the world's second largest freshwater lake Lake Victoria, and the world's second deepest lake Lake Tanganyika. The economy is predominantly based on agriculture.
Population in Swahili-Speaking Countries: 205,500,000
55 Million First Language Swahili Speakers (estimated)
0-3% Protestant (based on country)
14-78% Literacy Rate
1.1M Internet Users(estimated)
* Statistics are from Oxford Journal, Ethnologue, Joshua Project, and Operation World.
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