Lives of missionaries, southern India
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Lives of missionaries, southern India Ziegenbalg, Schwartz, Jaenické [and] Gerické. by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain). General Literature Committee.

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Published by Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in London .
Written in English


  • Missionaries -- Biography

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LC ClassificationsBV3269 A1 S6
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Number of Pages352
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Open LibraryOL14226439M

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Ron Mollner, of Madison, sued the Nashville-based Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest Protestant denomination, and related entities for $ million in Davidson County Circuit Court. According to the lawsuit, Nollner and his wife, Beverly, went to New Delhi as missionaries in January Youth With A Mission India Is Privileged To Give Back To The Society For 30 Years! relief, and opportunities for a better life to the unfortunate and distressed sections of the society. We do such, as we believe in a God who is merciful and gracious, and it is this belief that we .   Things As They Are is an amazing book written by Amy Carmichael, missionary to Southern India and first published in It has been out-of-print for many years and is now available through Conjurske Publications. This book will stir your heart to fervently pray for missionary work in India and in your own corner of the planet. These missionaries have made a vast contributions in the districts of Tinnevelly and Travancore, which covers most of the southern Tamil Nadu. [1] [2] These missions were mostly influenced under the direct control of the Church of England.

Robert Caldwell (7 May – 28 August ) was a missionary for London Missionary arrived in India at studied the local language to spread the word of Bible in a vernacular language, studies that led him to author a text on comparative grammar of the South Indian languages. In his book, Caldwell proposed that there are Dravidian words in the Hebrew of the Old Testament. Pre-territorial missionary contributions to future state development; role of Isaac McCoy, Thomas Johnson, and others. "Two Minute Books of Kansas Missions in the Forties." Kansas Historical Quarterly 2 (August ): Reprinted from original records (held by KSHS) of Delaware and Stockbridge Baptist Mission, Warren, Stephen A.   A particularly important source of information are the answers to the questionnaires or interrogatorios that the Spanish government sent to each mission community regarding Indian life in The information that the missionaries provided gives a precious snapshot of native life at each of the missions through the padres’ eyes.   Christian missionary activities in British India Generally, a missionary movement presupposes a group of people who take it as their religious duty to spread their religion to other parts of the World. It is to make others conform to the same belief that a missionary movement is organised. The British Government had three roles in.