|Contributions||West China Missions Advisory Board.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||14|
China Inland Mission* List of China Inland Mission missionaries killed during the Boxer Rebellion Society for Propagation of the Gospel * Rev. H. V. Norman * Rev. C. Robinson English Wikipedia Protestant missions in China — China and the West were virtually unaware of each other’s civilizations until the nineteenth century. West China Missionary News Woman's Missionary Friend (Methodist Episcopal) Woman's Work for Woman (Presbyterian U.S.A.) Directory of Protestant Missionaries in China and Japan Full view (original from Cornell University) Full view /06 (original from Cornell Author: Martha Smalley. China looking west a missionary study text-book on China / by: Hughes-Hallett, F. Published: () China and Christianity; the missionary movement and the growth of Chinese antiforeignism, by: Cohen, Paul A. Published: (). An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Memorials of Protestant missionaries to the Chinese: giving a list of their publications, and obituary notices of the deceased.. Bio-bibliography, Missions -- China, Protestant churches -- Missions Publisher.
China and the West were virtually unaware of each other’s civilizations until the nineteenth century. In Europe, knowledge of China and its ruling (Manchu) Qing Dynasty was restricted to a small circle of experts familiar with the writings of earlier visitors, such as the Jesuit court missionaries. The same limitations applied to China’s officials who, however educated they may have been. List of China Inland Mission missionaries in China. Those missionaries in this list page that are already in the List of China Inland Mission missionaries in China could be deleted from here and replaced as a group by inserting the CIM link. DFH , 27 October (UTC). Link inserted in the See also section. All that remains to do now is to filter out the CIM names from the list, and add. In secular western societies today, proselityzing missionaries are viewed very negatively, but Robert Woodberry (son of J. Dudley) has demonstrated conclusively, through massive research, that one of (if not the) major contributing factors to the rise of democracy was the work of 19 th century Protestant missionaries with a focus on conversion. I find this exciting. American Missionaries in China: In , Elijah Coleman Bridgman became the first American Protestant missionary to arrive in China. In the s and s, which marked the early years of American Protestant missionary activity in China, the American missionaries lived and worked in the Thirteen Factories at Canton, under the restrictive Canton system.
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