9 edition of The missionary enterprise in China and America found in the catalog.
The missionary enterprise in China and America
John King Fairbank
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited and with an introd. by John K. Fairbank.|
|Series||Harvard studies in American-East Asian relations ;, 6|
|LC Classifications||BV3415.2 .F34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||442 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||442|
|LC Control Number||74082191|
The Missionary Enterprise: A Collection of Discourses on Christian Missions consists of fifteen moving sermons on the essential need for Christian missionary work. These eloquent discourses, delivered in various locations over a number of years, are diverse in style and focus, yet radiate the same harmonious spirit and sentiment about the power of missionary work. From a comparative standpoint, the American Protestant missionary enterprise in China was built on a paradox in cross-cultural encounters. In order to convert the Chinese—whose religion they rejected—American missionaries adopted strategies of assimilation (e.g. learning Chinese and associating with the Chinese) to facilitate their : Yi-Ling Lin.
He links the missionary drive to China’s massive infrastructure initiative linking in Asia, Europe and Africa: “We have the Belt and Road policy, so there will be economic entry. Alongside the. China is turning a blind eye no longer. The knock on Mr. Yoo's door two years ago marked the beginning of a quiet forced evacuation of foreign missionaries, including hundreds of South Koreans.
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For more than a century missionaries were the main contact points between the Chinese and American peoples. Here, fourteen contributors studying both sides of the missionary effort, in China and in America, present case studies that suggest conclusions and themes for research.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Introduction: The many faces of Protestant missions in China and the United States / John K. Fairbank --Near East notes and Far East queries / James A. Field, Jr. --Evangelical logistics: mission support and resources to / Valentin H.
Rabe --The student volunteer movement and its role in. Introduction: The Many Faces of Protestant Missions in China and the United States [John K. Fairbank] I. Protestant Missions in American Expansion Near East Notes and Far East Queries [James A.
Field, Jr.] Evangelical Logistics: Mission Support and Resources to [Valentin H. Rabe] The Student Volunteer Movement and Its Role in China Missions, – [Clifton J.
Phillips] Modernism. The Origins of the Anglo-American Missionary Enterprise in China, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Rubinstein exa 1/5. The Theology of American Missionaries in China, — Christianity in the Chinese Idiom: Young J.
Allen and the Early Chiao-hui hsin-pao, — Littoral and Hinterland in Nineteenth Century China: The "Christian" Reformers. The Origins of the Anglo-American Missionary Enterprise in China, by Murray A.
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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. The Missionary Enterprise in China and America. by Fairbank, John K. Foreword by Fairbank, John K. Series:Harvard Studies in American-East Asian Relations 6.
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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.
Yet as one who has studied the China missionary enterprise in relation to our traditional Far Eastern policy, I feel your reviewer's presentation of the China missionary is so abstract it may.
The Foreign Missionary Enterprise at Home is an insightful, provocative collection that will stimulate much discussion and debate. It is valuable for academic libraries and seminaries, scholars of religious history and American studies, missionary groups, cultural Brand: Wacker, Grant.
Book Description: At a telling moment in the development of American East Asia policy, the dream of a Christian China, made vivid by the utterances of returned missionaries, fired the imagination of the general public, influenced opinion leaders and policymakers, and furthered the Open Door doctrine.
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The British Missionary Enterprise sinceby. Britain and North America to historians of empire. They offer profound insights into imperial culture and attitudes; the stresses between imperial authorities and missionaries; and tensions among missionaries themselves, as well as the complex relations between missionaries and their Author: Judith M.
Brown. This is a list of notable Protestant missionaries in China by agency. Beginning with the arrival of Robert Morrison in and ending in with the departure of Arthur Matthews and Dr.
Rupert Clark of the China Inland Mission, thousands of foreign Protestant missionaries and their families, lived and worked in China to spread Christianity, establish schools, and work as medical missionaries. Tyerman, Daniel and George Bennet Journal of Voyages and Travels by the Rev.
Daniel Tyerman and George Bennet, Esq. Deputed from the London Missionary Society, to Visit their Various Stations in the South Sea Islands, China, India, &c., between the Years and Author: Anna Johnston.
American Missionaries in China: InElijah 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.The defeat of China by Great Britain in the First Opium War resulted in the Treaty of Nanking in which opened to trade, residence by foreigners, and missionary activity five Chinese port cities: Guangzhou ("Canton"), Xiamen ("Amoy"), Fuzhou ("Foochow"), Ningbo ("Ningpo"), and Shanghai.
Protestant missionary organizations established themselves in the open cities.China and the Modern World: Missionary, Sinology, and Literary Periodicals, – is a collection of seventeen English-language periodicals published in or about China during a period of over years extending from untilwhen the People’s Republic of China was founded.
This corresponds to the periods of the late Qing.