2 edition of Griffith John, founder of the Hankow Mission, central China found in the catalog.
Griffith John, founder of the Hankow Mission, central China
|Statement||by William Robson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
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Init became the medical school of National Tongji University. Morse, Hosea Ballou. Protestant missions were latecomers to China, and often arrived on the same boats that brought Western trade and imperialism. Kuhn, Philip. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons,
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He set up schools, hospitals and training colleges, with a permanent base at Hankou now part of Wuhan city in Hubei. The proclamation of the Christian message also included medical work. Taipei: National Palace Museum, Berkeley: University of California Press, Huanduwo shushi laoren shouding nianpu Chronological autobiography of Dong Xun.
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London: James Nisbet and Co. Chongqing: Shangwu Yinshuguan, Rudolph, Jennifer. A native of Yarmouth in England, he served in Hankow and Tientsin.
The imperial government was overthrown, and in the chaotic years that followed, two groups—the Nationalists and the Communists—struggled for control of the country. During the next 30 years the Chinese church was isolated and forced underground as the missionaries were forced to leave, church buildings were closed and pastors and congregations were imprisoned and persecuted.
Shen Zi. The rest of the children remained in school in the U. Previously the dominant religions in China had central China book Confucianism, Daoism and Buddhism. Earl Russell. At the formation of the United Central China book Church in it underwent another name change, becoming the Council for World Mission Congregational and Reformed.
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Porter, Jonathan.GRIFFITH JOHN OF HANKOW. William Robson. Central China book story of a Christian missionary in China. From the Bright Biographies Series.
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