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century of Protestant missions in China
Originally published Shanghai: American Presbyterian Mission Press; 1907.
|Statement||being the centenary conference historical volume ; edited by D. MacGillivray.|
|Series||Reprint Series -- No.72.|
Ecumenism guided all the Protestant missionaries from the earliest days of their endeavor until the s when the Fundamentalist-Modernist controversy which had started in American churches finally shattered the cooperation that had characterized the China missions. (See chapter 6 for the Fundamentalist-Modernist issue.). Book Description: Includes the following papers: The Missionary Contribution to China; Science and Salvation in China: The Life and Work of W.A.P. Martin (); Protestant Missions in China, The Institutionalization of Good Works; The Missionary and Chinese Nationalism; The Missionary and China's Rural Problems ; and also an appendix on articles on missionary subjects.
Christian Missions in the 16th Century As is often the case, the movement of God’s Spirit in our world can be difficult to discern when experienced beneath the layers of human impurity and sin continually cladding the vessels God chooses as His instruments. Modern medicine in China began with the arrival of Anglo-American Protestant missionaries in the early 19th century. Conditions were vastly different from the times of the Jesuits in Peking during the 17th and 18th centuries, when the priests enjoyed the endorsement of the Court and high officials.
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The Gospel of Gentility: American Women Missionaries in Turn-of-the-Century China. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press. Hutchison, William R (). Errand to the World: American Protestant Thought and Foreign Missions.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Lucid explanation of the social philosophy and theology of missions. A Century of Protestant Missions in China (): Being the Centenary Conference Historical Volume [MacGillivray, Donald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A Century of Protestant Missions in China (): Being the Centenary Conference Historical VolumeCited by: Excerpt from A Century of Protestant Missions in China () Being the Centenary Conference Historical Volume In accordance with this idea, circulars were sent to all the Home authorities asking for succinct historical summaries.
At first these were to be limited to words each, but this was modified in a subsequent circular to an average 5/5(1). The Awakening in Britain and the work of J.
Hudson Taylor (–) helped increase the number of missionaries in China. By when Taylor created the China Inland Mission (CIM) there were 30 different Protestant groups at work in China. But in the seven provinces in which Protestant missionaries were working, there were an estimated million people with only 91 workers.
A Century of Protestant Missions in China (): Being the Centenary Conference Historical Volume ATLA monograph preservation program: Author: Donald MacGillivray: Contributor: Christian Literature Society for China: Publisher: Printed at the American Presbyterian Mission Press, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Oct 4.
Label of American Tract Society mounted on t.p. A century of Protestant missions in China () being the Centenary Conference historical volume. Christianity in China appeared in the 7th century, during the Tang dynasty, but did not take root until it was reintroduced in the 16th century by Jesuit missionaries.
Today, it comprises Catholics, Protestants, Evangelicals and a small number of Orthodox gh its history in China is not as ancient as Taoism, Mahayana Buddhism or Confucianism, Christianity, through various ways. Protestantism - Protestantism - The spread of missions: As European and to a lesser extent American power grew in the 19th century, the Protestant churches entered their greatest period of expansion.
Confronted at home by new industrial cities, they developed social services on a scale hitherto unknown, including hospitals, orphanages, temperance work, care of the old, extension of education.
Christianity - Christianity - 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. Protestant Christianity (Chinese: 基督敎新敎 ; pinyin: Jīdūjiào xīnjiào ; lit.: 'New- Christianity ', in comparison to earlier Roman Catholicism and Eastern Christianity) entered China in the early 19th century, taking root in a significant way during the Qing dynasty.
Some historians consider the Taiping Rebellion to have been influenced by Protestant teachings. Since the midth. Get this from a library. A century of Protestant missions in China (): being the Centenary conference historical volume. [D MacGillivray; Christian Literature Society for China.;].
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References * * * * * Notes * Latourette, "A History of the expansion of Christianity", p * Outerbridge, p In this book Lian Xi tells the story of Buck and two other American missionaries to China in the early twentieth century who gradually came to question, and eventually reject, the evangelical basis of Protestant missions as they developed an appreciation for Chinese religions and culture.
[Donald] MacGillivray: A century of Protestant missions in China () being the Centenary Conference historical volume (New York: American Tract Society/Shanghai: American Presbyterian Mission Press ) Digitized: Internet Archive (Book contributor: School of Theology, Boston University; digitizing sponsor: Boston University) Bibliographic reference: BS Protestant missions in China In the early 19th century, Western colonial expansion occurred at the same time as an evangelical revival – the Second Great Awakening – throughout the English-speaking world, leading to more overseas missionary activity.
The nineteenth century became known as the Great Century of modern religious missions. Beginning with the English missionary. Get this from a library. A century of Protestant missions in China (). [Donald MacGillivray].
About this Book Catalog Record Details. A century of Protestant missions in China () being View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. In the 18th century, Protestant missions focused on evangelizing Native Americans.
To fulfill this goal, the Boston-based Society for Propagating the Gospel Among the Indians in North America was founded inbecoming the first U.S. missionary organization. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. A century of Protestant missions in China () by MacGillivray, Donald,ed. Publication date Topics Missions.
China and Protestant Missions Ritual, liturgy & missionary works Books, periodicals, almanacs, Christian literature, catechisms, apologetics, hymn books, prayer books, biographies, and dictionaries relating to Protestant missionary work in China and covering such subjects as the history of the Christian Church as well as Western history, geography, science, and technology in general.
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.
chapter xxix: china in a time of reorganization () protestant missions during the war, (page ) chapter xxx: china in a time of reorganization () protestant missions from the close of the war to the close of (page ) chapter xxxi: summary and conclusion (page ) bibliography (page ) index (page ).The Missionary Enterprise in China and America ().
A more nuanced discussion is William R. Hutchison, "A Moral Equivalent for Imperialism," chapter four of his superb study, Errand to the World: American Protestant Thought and Foreign Missions ().