The New Testament in North Junín Quechua, a language of Peru / MUSHOG TESTAMENTO / Quechua de Margos - Yarowilca - Lauricocha
The New Testament in North Junín Quechua, a language of Peru
El nuevo testamento en el idioma Quechua de Margos - Yarowilca - Lauricocha en el Perú
Published on November 6, 2008
Weight 1.61 lbs.
Dimensions (inches) 8.26 wide x 11.69 tall
Alternate names: Junín Quechua, Tarma-Junín Quechua
Literacy: Literacy rate in first language: Below 1% in Quechua, North Junín. Literacy rate in second language(s): Below 5%
Region: North Junin Region, Junín, Carhuamayo, Ondores, and San Pedro de Cajas districts, southeast of Pasco; also in Pasco and Lima regions
Status: Recognized language in Peru
Number of users: 60,000
The North Junin Quechua of Peru, numbering 50,000, are Engaged yet Unreached. They are part of the Quechua people cluster within the Latin-Caribbean Americans affinity bloc. This people group is only found in Peru. Their primary language is North Junín Quechua. The primary religion practiced by the North Junin Quechua is ethnic religion. Ethnic religion is deeply rooted in a people's ethnic identity and conversion essentially equates to cultural assimilation.
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