3 edition of German Protestant missionary work found in the catalog.
Printed for private circulation.Cover title.
|Statement||International Missionary Council|
|Publishers||International Missionary Council|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
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Claim For Bid Preparation And Protest Costs Pursuant To Protest Of Air Force Contract Award... 154082, B-243650.4... U.S. GAO... April 18, 1995.
Denkmal der Liebe eines guten Volks zu seinen guten Fürsten, oder, Beschreibung des allgemeinen Volksfestes
Doctor Bahrdt Mit Der Eisernen Stirn, Oder Die Deutsche Union Gegen Zimmermann: Ein Schauspiel in Vier Aufzügen (Classic Reprint) (German Edition)
1951 - World Evangelical Alliance organized. Given freedom to preach the gospel, their witness gave birth to the Coptic Church.
In 1698, he set up an orphanage with a school for poor children attached to it in Halle-on-the-Saale. As regards the treatment of native cultures in the missionary territories, he called for the existing cultures to be conserved and drew attention to the danger that western civilization posed for autochthonous cultures.
The almost total Christianization of Europe was concluded in the 14th century in the northeast of the continent, and the Iberian Peninsula German Protestant missionary work became predominantly Christian again as a result of the Reconquista. 1523 - Martin Luther wrote a missionary hymn based on Psalm 67.
Tomas in the Philippine islands• The Bible was available in 10 different languages• Polhill-Turner -- went to China as missionaries. Eventually, he became head of the Moravian church in what is now the United States. The first baptism of an Eskimo by a Lutheran pastor took place in Labrador. 1669 - Eager to compete with the Jesuits for conversion of the Indian Nations on the western Great Lakes, Sulpilcian missionaries Dollier de Casson and Galinee set out from Montreal with twenty-seven men in seven canoes led by two canoes of Seneca Indians• These efforts culminated in the World Missionary Conference in Edinburgh in 1910which for the first time brought together representatives of a broad spectrum of Protestant missionary societies in Europe and North America.
1890 - Central American Mission founded by C.
112 - Traditional date of martyrdom of Sharbil, Babai, and Barsamy in Edessa, Mesopotamia. 1766 - Philip Quaque, a Fetu youth from the Cape Coast area of Ghana who spent twelve years studying in England, returned to Africa. 1980 - Philippine Congress on "Discipling a Whole Nation. 1696 - Jesuit missionary Francois Pinet founded the Mission of the Guardian Angel near what is today Chicago, Illinois.
1510 - Dominicans began work in Haiti• 1916 - Rhenish missionaries are forced to leave Ondjiva in southern Angola under pressure from the Portuguese authorities and Chief Mandume of the Kwanyama. 1998 - Nazarenes entered Benin, Nepal and Togo• Moravian Jens Haven made the first of three exploratory missionary journeys to Greenland•
1893 - Eleanor Chestnut went to China as Presbyterian medical missionary.
1609 - Missionary Nicolas Trigault went to China• 1539 - The Pueblos of what is now the U.
900 - Missionaries reach Norway• 1632 - Zuni Indians murdered a group of Franciscan missionaries who had three years earlier established the first mission to the Zunis at Hawikuh in what is now New Mexico• 1499 - Portuguese Augustinian missionaries arrived at Zanzibar.