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Christian missions in the nineteenth century

Central Committee for United Study of Missions.

Christian missions in the nineteenth century

six lessons for use in missionary meetings, clubs and home study.

by Central Committee for United Study of Missions.

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Published by The Committee in [S.l .
Written in English

  • Missions -- Study and teaching.,
  • Missions.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16826099M

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Citizens of a Christian Nation Evangelical Missions and the Problem of Race in the Nineteenth Century Derek Chang. pages | 6 x 9 Paper | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Politics and Culture in Modern America View table of contents "Focusing on freedpeople in and around Raleigh Christian missions in the nineteenth century.

New York, Hunt & Eaton; Cincinnati, Cranston & Stowe, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Christian missions in the nineteenth century book Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Elbert S Todd Excerpt from Christian Missions in the Nineteenth Century An effort is made in these pages to suggest some of the most obvious of these lessons, and especially to call attention to valuable hints which they furnish concerning the question of  › Books › History › World.

Christian missions in the nineteenth century. New York, Hunt & Eaton; Cincinnati, Cranston & Stowe, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Elbert S Todd   Nineteenth Century Chinese Christian Missions in Hawaii Dennis A.

Kastens Among Chinese to immigrate to Hawaii during the 19th and early 20th Centuries were a significant number of individuals (especially Hakkas) embracing the Christian faith.1 What transpired in China to make such a phenomenon possible.

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You’ll find pages to focusing on developments afterand there’s a whole additional section which Ralph Winter has added to this particular edition of that text on the World Christianity - Christianity - 19th-century efforts: A worldwide movement of evangelical fervour and renewal, noted for its emphasis on personal conversion and missionary expansion, stirred new impulses for Christian unity in the 19th century.

The rise of missionary societies and volunteer movements in Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands, and the United States expressed a zeal that fed the   RESPONSES TO CHRISTIAN MISSIONS Back ground: Socio-religious movements of nineteenth-century As pointed out in the previous chapter, nineteenth Century India experienced a socio-religious ferment of unprecedented intensity spear headed by   The foreign missionary movement's provisions of jobs and social roles for American women denied to them at home is a fertile topic for discussion.

Take a year, sayand have the students pitch in to make a list of the social, economic, administrative, or managerial roles and professions which an American woman could realistically hope to This edited collection provides one of the most broadly reaching studies of nineteenth-century missionary periodicals through case studies of the ways in which this medium was used by various missionary societies to influence their readership, to conjure support for their missions, to construct images of the foreign 'other', and to help legitimise the missionary endeavour, especially amongst  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.

WRITING IN Moon of Wintertime: Missionaries and the Indians of Canada in Encounter since (University of Toronto Press,) of seventeenth-century Jesuit missions to the Huron, John Webster Grant quoted a Huron man as saying to a missionary, “You must know that we have a ‘yes’ that means ‘no’.” Grant was explaining the [ ]   HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN MISSIONS IN INDIA The origin of Christianity in India The Syrian tradition Socio-cultural life of St.

Thomas Christians The Portuguese intrusion Portuguese - St. Thomas Christian interface St. Francis Xavier and Jesuit mission missionary movement of the nineteenth century The evangelisation of the Jewish people continues to be a controversial area of Christian missions.

The London Society For Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews was founded by evangelical Christians in the early nineteenth Century. The Rev. W.T. Gidney’s History covers first hundred years of the :// Citizens of a Christian Nation: Evangelical Missions and the Problem of Race in the Nineteenth Century.

In this Book. Additional Information. The book further explores how blacks and Chinese reimagined the evangelical nationalist project to suit their own needs and ://   The Foreign Missionary Movement: in the 19th and early 20th Centuries played an important role in the tasks of internal expansion and nation-building which occupied Americans in the nineteenth century.

At the same time, early in the century American Protestants also took their first steps beyond our shores in the foreign missionary movement Traders came to China in the nineteenth century to extract profits.

Diplomats and soldiers came to extract privileges and concessions. Alone among foreigners, Christian missionaries came not to take but to give, not to further their own interests but, at least ostensibly, to serve the interests of the :// Protestant Missions and Dalit Mass Movements in Nineteenth Century India Joseph McQuade 4 attempting to convert the upper castes and from there uplift the Indian people.7 This was a standard Christian missionary approach; it was aligned with the example of Saint Paul, who   The Missionary Movement in Christian History: Studies in the Transmission of the Faith, Andrew F.

Walls Frederick W. Norris American missions. The book has an introduction followed by three parts, with a total of eight chapters, and a conclusion. The bibliography provides ?article=&context=leaven.

Christianity - Christianity - Protestant missions, – Protestant missions emerged well after Martin Luther launched the Reformation in ; Protestants began to expand overseas through migration, notably to North America. European colonization of North America aroused interest in Native Americans, and the Virginia and Massachusetts charters enjoined their :// Studies in Christian Mission Editor-in-Chief: Peggy Brock It particularly welcomes proposals that position the study of so far unexplored episodes of mission within wider discussions of the social and cultural factors within missions, of colonialism and post-colonialism, of nationalism and transnationalism and of the tensions between localized ?language=en.

Filed under: Christian poetry, English -- 19th century -- History and criticism Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher, by Henry Jones (Gutenberg text) Conversations on Religion, With Lord Byron and Others, Held in Cephalonia, A Short Time Previous to His Lordship's Death (London: J.

Murray, ), by James Kennedy (multiple ?type=lcsubc&key=Christian poetry. A History of Christian Missions was written by Stephen Neill in It was revised by Owen Chadwick in Roughly the first half of the book covers the expansion of the church from the New Testament era until The second half covers the expansion during the period from to This book makes visible an important but largely neglected aspect of Christian missions: its transnational character.

An interdisciplinary group of scholars present case-studies on missions and individual missionaries, unified by a common vision of expanding a Christian Empire “to the ends of the world”.?language=en. This chapter examines the relations between Christian missions and the British Indian Empire or the British Raj.

When missionaries gained access to East India their efforts brought counter-currents of religious renewal, social reform, and the eventual rise of nationalism. The Christian missions often attracted their greatest followings where their connection to imperial authority was least in :oso//.

One of the most important developments in American Protestantism in the 19th century was the rise of the American Sunday School movement. In the ’s, the first American Sunday Schools were modeled on British schools founded by Robert Raikes, Hannah More and others, to teach reading and writing to poor children in the cities on their only day free from work, and to reform their ://   COLONIALISM, CHRISTIAN MISSION, AND INDIGENOUS: Of course, the history of colonialism and Christian missions go way back to the control over the northeast region in the nineteenth century – the region inhabited basically by the Indigenous peoples – served to open doors to the region for the The Bible and the Flag by Dr.

Brian Stanley (Professor of World Christianity at the University of Edinburgh and Director of its Centre for the Study of World Christianity) is a penetrating and thorough historical examination of the polarizing accusation that “the trader and the settler followed the missionary, who was the agent of European imperialism, working hand in hand with the colonial Protestant Missions and Local Encounters in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Studies in Christian Mission) Hilde Nielssen, Inger Marie Okkenhaug, Karina Hestad Skeie This book makes visible an important but largely neglected aspect of Christian missions: its transnational :// The nineteenth century was the greatest one thus far in the history of Christianity in terms of its extent and its effect upon mankind.1 In the eighteenth century there had been an initial movement for world missions by the Moravians in the New World and elsewhere, individuals such as David Brainerd to the Native Americans in New Jersey, and European Catholics mounted the first systematic effort to convert Chinese to Christianity in the late sixteenth century.

Their work was part of the Catholic Counter Reformation, but bythe glory days were over. Jesuits such as Matteo Ricci (–) had not only won converts, but gained the respect of influential Chinese and even some [ ] /american-protestant-missions-in-nineteenth-century-china.

Mission’].” From a nineteenth century French perspective, Christian missionaries saw themselves as undertaking a “civilizing mission” that aimed not only to evangelize but also to facilitate French colonial and economic expansion. Even though the nineteenth-century style of imperialism no longer prevails, the theme of   Missions, in the PacificThe relationship of Christianity and colonialism in the Pacific Islands has varied.

At different times and in different places Christian missionaries have been defenders of the independence of indigenous governments, supporters and opponents of imperial expansion, willing partners and critics of colonial administrations, and backers of nationalist and independence /missions-pacific.

The Revitalization of Catholic Missions. The Beginnings of Protestant Missions. Voluntarism and Mission.

Protestant Missionary Activities in the Nineteenth Century. Global Networking for the Nations, The Growth of Global Networks. International Awakenings. Awakening Internationalism. Post-Colonial Rejection of Christian ://   The American Jewish Response to Nineteenth-Century Christian Missions Jonathan D.

Sarna Kenneth Scott Latourette properly characterized the nineteenth century as the "Great Century" of Christian expansion: the age when missionary activities spread to cover all corners of the world. Numerous facets of this development have been :// / Download Christian-missions-and-the-enlightenment ebook PDF or and Mobi Format.

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Protestant involvement is acknowledged, but the second wave downplays transatlantic Protestant networks and emigration from Ulster in the eighteenth :// THE EMERGENCE AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF CHRISTIAN MISSIONS western missionaries in the nineteenth century. This contact had great impact on the religion and socio- The book.

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