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Heroes and martyrs of the modern missionary enterprise
Lucius Edwin Smith
|Statement||edited by Lucius E. Smith ; with an introduction by William B. Sprague.|
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|Pagination||508 p. :|
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Study Christianity’s entire history in China—from St. Thomas the Apostle to the Qing Dynasty and the Boxer Rebellion. Learn how Christianity originally came to China and how Christian missionaries dramatically impacted the nation with medical missions in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. Relive the tumultuous era of the Qing Dynasty and examine how . Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project : Basil Joseph Mathews.
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Heroes and martyrs of the modern missionary enterprise: a record of their lives and labors, including an historical review of earlier missions / (Providence, R.I.: O. Potter, ), by Lucius Edwin Smith (page images at HathiTrust).
Heroes and martyrs of the modern missionary enterprise: a record of their lives and labors: including an historical review of earlier missions / (Hartford: P.
Brockett, ), by Lucius Edwin Smith and William B. Sprague (page images at HathiTrust) Missionary joys in Japan; or, Leaves from my journal. This work is authored by Lucius Edwin Smith ( – ) a United States lawyer, editor, clergyman and educator, and author of "Heroes and Martyrs of the Modern Missionary Enterprise" from which this book has been excerpted and reprinted.5/5(1).
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When it was written, the book would have been outstanding. The stories are true, engaging, exciting and uplifting/5. Bibliography. The obituary of Fisk in Missionary Herald 22 (): is largely an edifying account of his death.
His journeys and activities are reported in some detail in Joseph Tracey, History of the ABCFM (), a summary compilation of material from annual reports and the Missionary Herald for the years to Digital Texts.
Fisk, Pliny and Alvan Bond (ed.). Samuel Newell (–) was an American missionary and one of the pioneers of American foreign missions.
He served with the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in India and Ceylon, where he founded the first American Ceylon Mission station.
Harriet Atwood was born at Haverhill, Massachusetts on Octo Inwhile at school at Bradford, Massachusetts, she became deeply impressed with the importance ofat the age of sixteen, she joined the First Congregational Church, in Roxbury.
She had developed an interest in missions through a courtship with Rev. Samuel Newell. Baptist Missionary Society Pictorial Record - Printed In London- Rare Record - In Rare Pictorial Printed London- Baptist Missionary Society $ Not Unto Us A.
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in Besides contributing numerous articles to periodicals, Prof. Smith has edited “Heroes and Martyrs of the Modern Missionary Enterprise” (Hartford, Conn., ). Hidden Heroes Missionary Stories. likes. A series of true stories about God's work through little-known missionary heroes, both Western and indigenous.
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Updated: Thu, 03/26/ - By John Bjorlie 1 comment. Scores of remarkable missionary stories in this century have been full of drama. We wonder, while so many have laid down their lives in China, Russia, the Congo and elsewhere, how is it that the muffled footsteps by that stretch of sand on the Curaray River.
The book shares a vital key to success-being bold, but not overbearing. # The book's inspiring stories, solid advice, and doctrine helps readers change weaknesses into strengths. The author uses his years of experience in the missionary program to help the reader reach new heights, both as a missionary and in daily life.- Explore katiejoycrease's board "Missionary (Heroes of the Faith)", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Christian quotes, Inspirational quotes and Words pins.The British Missionary Enterprise since moves away from the partisan approach that characterizes so many writers in field and instead views missionaries primarily as institution builders rather than imperialists or heroes of social reform.
This balanced survey examines both Britain as the home base of missions and the impact of the Author: Jeffrey Cox.