Muslims and Missionaries in Pre Mutiny India

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  • Author : Avril Ann Powell
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Pages : 339 pages
  • ISBN : 1136100504
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  • Release : 22 June 2021

Collection of stories and experiences from missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints serving in Russia. The entries in the book were intended to focus attention on what the missionaries brought back with them from their experience in Russia to our society here in the United States.

Religions and Missionaries Around the Pacific 1500 1900

Religions and Missionaries Around the Pacific  1500 1900
  • Author : Tanya Storch
  • Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Release : 22 June 2021
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This volume takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of religious cultural exchanges around the Pacific in the period 1500-1900, relating these to economic and political developments and to the expansion of communication across the area. It brings together twenty-two pieces, from diaries of religious exiles and missionary field observations, to studies from a variety of academic disciplines, so enabling a multitude of voices to be heard. The articles are grouped in sections dealing with the Islamic period, the Iberian

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Missionary Masculinity  1870 1930
  • Author : Kristin Fjelde Tjelle
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 21 January 2014
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What kind of men were missionaries? What kind of masculinity did they represent, in ideology as well as in practice? Presupposing masculinity to be a cluster of cultural ideas and social practices that change over time and space, and not a stable entity with a natural, inherent meaning, Kristin Fjelde Tjelle seeks to answer such questions.

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  • Author : Edward Herrmann,Robert W. McChesney
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release : 27 August 2001
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Describes in detail the most recent rapid growth and cross border activities and linkages of an industry of large global media conglomerates.

In God s Empire

In God s Empire
  • Author : Owen White
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 27 September 2012
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A collection of thirteen essays by leading scholars in the field, In God's Empire examines the complex ways in which the spread of Christianity by French men and women shaped local communities, French national prowess, and global politics in the two centuries following the French Revolution. More than a story of religious proselytism, missionary activity was an essential feature of French contact and interaction with local populations. In many parts of the world, missionaries were the first French men and

Growing Missionaries Biblically

Growing Missionaries Biblically
  • Author : R. Zarwulugbo Liberty
  • Publisher : iUniverse
  • Release : 01 September 2012
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For missionaries in the twenty-first century, change is necessary in order for them to continue to be strong and viable. "Growing Missionaries Biblically" takes a fresh look at Christian missions and proposes a comprehensive, biblical missionary training program for short- and longterm missions. Its objective is to produce an effective, cross cultural ministry for Africa and, with some modifications, globally. The goal is to provide a postimperial, post-colonial model for training missionaries by looking to biblical guidance on the subject.


  • Author : Julian Pettifer,Richard Bradley
  • Publisher : Bbc Publications
  • Release : 22 June 1990
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Examines the traditional and nontraditional work of past and present missionaries in locations ranging from small tribes to large cities, and provides interviews with actual missionaries

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Training Missionaries
  • Author : Evelyn Hibbert
  • Publisher : William Carey Library Publishers
  • Release : 22 June 2021
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Missionaries must know God, be able to relate well to other people, understand and engage with another culture, and be able to use the Bible in a way that informs all aspects of their lives and ministries. Missionary training must address each of these areas if it is to help Christians to be effective in taking the gospel to the ends of the earth. Effective training has been shown to prevent people from prematurely leaving the field. It also reduces

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  • Author : Clarence Martin Wilbur,Julie Lien-ying How
  • Publisher : Harvard University Press
  • Release : 22 June 1989
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During the 1920s the Soviet Union made a determined effort to stimulate revolution in China, sending several scores of military and political advisers there, as well as arms and money to influence political developments. The usual secrecy surrounding Soviet foreign intervention was broken when the Chinese government seized a mass of documents in a raid on the Soviet military headquarters in Peking in 1927. 'Missionaries of Revolution' weaves together information gleaned from these documents with contemporary historical materials.

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  • Author : Oi Ki Ling
  • Publisher : Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
  • Release : 22 June 1999
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This book focuses on the British Protestant missionaries in China in the period from 1945 to 1952. It captures the complexity and contradictions between the missionaries' own perception of their role and Chinese reality. It also examines the missionaries' perception of the nature of Communism and their evaluation of the future prospects under Communist rule. This study offers a stimulating reflection on the missionaries' strategies for propagating the Christian faith, their priorities, and theological as well as cultural assumptions with regard to

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  • Author : David A. Hollinger
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 02 October 2017
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They sought to transform the world, and ended up transforming twentieth-century America Between the 1890s and the Vietnam era, many thousands of American Protestant missionaries were sent to live throughout the non-European world. They expected to change the people they encountered, but those foreign people ended up transforming the missionaries. Their experience abroad made many of these missionaries and their children critical of racism, imperialism, and religious orthodoxy. When they returned home, they brought new liberal values back to their

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  • Author : E. Cleall
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 29 June 2012
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Missionary Discourse examines missionary writings from India and southern Africa to explore colonial discourses about race, religion, gender and culture. The book is organised around three themes: family, sickness and violence, which were key areas of missionary concern, and important axes around which colonial difference was forged.