Spreading Christianity in Cambodia
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Spreading Christianity in Cambodia

Using technologies from simple cassette tapes to solar-powered audio players, Christian groups are spending hundreds of millions of dollars a year to make the Bible more accessible in the world's most distant corners. Video by Mary Jordan/The Washington PostEditor: Jonathan Forsythe/washingtonpost.com

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