This essay has explored the vital but mostly neglected story of the church in British Burma, looked at the complex intersection of religion, ethnicity, and colonialism, and presented fundamental factors for ethnic and religious divide between diverse nationalities. It has been observed that historically hallmarks of Christianity in colonial Burma included conflict, violence, and suffering.

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