Includes bibliographical footnotes and index.
|Statement||by A.C. Thompson|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 314 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||314|
The Equality of Believers is a pioneering work that treats many topics not dealt with scholarship is impeccable, and the result is a very rich and detailed study that is beautifully written. The book rests on an enormous base of evidence, archival and other, and is clearly the product of many decades of by: Protestant Missions and Local Encounters in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Studies in Christian Mission) [Hilde Nielssen, Inger Marie Okkenhaug, Karina Hestad Skeie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Protestant Missions and Local Encounters in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Studies in Christian Mission)Cited by: 3. Book Description The book investigates facets of global Protestantism through Anglican, Quaker, Episcopalian, Moravian, Lutheran Pietist, and Pentecostal missions to enslaved and indigenous peoples and political reform endeavours in a global purview that spans the s to the s. The year alone witnessed the publication of books by six prominent missionaries—Frank Rawlinson, Daniel J. Fleming, E. Stanley Jones, Frank C. Laubach, A. K. Reischauer, and Mary Scheffler Platt—who attacked the paternalist presumptions of missionary preaching, expressed deep respect for the cultures and religions of the non-Western world, and .
The Bible and the Flag: Protestant Missions & British Imperialism in the Nineteenth & Twentieth Centuries. 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 . All missions books point to one thing: the believer’s call to fulfill the Great Commission. These books not only help us learn about missions, they encourage us to action. This is done through full-time service overseas, short-term trips, work among international people groups in the United States, financial support, and many other avenues as. In his ongoing work on the history of Protestant missions, sociologist Robert Woodberry has done an amazing amount of statistical analysis using a vast volume of historical data entered by an army of student workers to demonstrate the benefits of Protestant missions. Protestant missions, – Early 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 conversion.
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