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North American foreign missions, 1810-1914 : theology, theory, and policy / edited by Wilbert R. Shenk.

Contributor(s): Shenk, Wilbert R | Maxfield, A. Charles. The 1845 organic sin debate.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in the history of Christian missions. Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans Pub., c2004Description: xiv, 349 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0802824854 (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Missions, American | American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions -- History | United Church of Christ -- Clergy -- Works
Contents:
General editor's preface -- Contributors -- Acronyms -- Introduction / Wilbert R. Shenk -- Pt. I. 1810-1865. 1. The new divinity and the origins of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions / David W. Kling -- 2. "A bright and new constellation": millennial narratives and the origins of American foreign missions / Richard Lee Rogers -- 3. Denominationalism and democracy: ecclesiastical issues underlying Rufus Anderson's three self program / Paul Harris -- 4. The 1845 organic sin debate: slavery, sin, and the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions / Charles A. Maxfield, III -- 5. Evangelist or homemaker?: mission strategies of early nineteenth-century missionary wives in Burma and Hawaii / Dana L. Robert -- 6. "The salvation of souls" and the "Salvation of the Republic of Liberia": denominational conflict and racial diversity in antebellum Presbyterian foreign missions / Susan Wilds McArver -- Pt. II. 1865-1914. 7. Forging an ideology for American missions: Josiah Strong and manifest destiny / Wendy J. Deichmann Edwards -- 8. Canadian Presbyterians and India missions, 1877-1914: the policy and politics of "Women's work for women" / Ruth Compton Brouwer -- 9. The social Gospel as missionary ideology / Janet F. Fishburn -- 10. Missionary returns and cultural conversions in Alabama and Shandong: the latter years of Madame Gao (Martha Foster Crawford) / Carol Ann Vaughn -- 11. The development of the missionary ideas of Robert E. Speer / John F. Piper, Jr. -- 12. Only connect: the China Inland Mission and transatlantic evangelicalism / Alvyn Austin -- Bibliography -- Index.
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"The majority of the chapters ... were originally delivered at two consultations of the North Atlantic Missiology Project (NAMP) which took place at the University of Wisconsin--Madison in November 1997 and Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California, in March 1998"--General editors' pref.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 314-339) and index.

General editor's preface -- Contributors -- Acronyms -- Introduction / Wilbert R. Shenk -- Pt. I. 1810-1865. 1. The new divinity and the origins of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions / David W. Kling -- 2. "A bright and new constellation": millennial narratives and the origins of American foreign missions / Richard Lee Rogers -- 3. Denominationalism and democracy: ecclesiastical issues underlying Rufus Anderson's three self program / Paul Harris -- 4. The 1845 organic sin debate: slavery, sin, and the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions / Charles A. Maxfield, III -- 5. Evangelist or homemaker?: mission strategies of early nineteenth-century missionary wives in Burma and Hawaii / Dana L. Robert -- 6. "The salvation of souls" and the "Salvation of the Republic of Liberia": denominational conflict and racial diversity in antebellum Presbyterian foreign missions / Susan Wilds McArver -- Pt. II. 1865-1914. 7. Forging an ideology for American missions: Josiah Strong and manifest destiny / Wendy J. Deichmann Edwards -- 8. Canadian Presbyterians and India missions, 1877-1914: the policy and politics of "Women's work for women" / Ruth Compton Brouwer -- 9. The social Gospel as missionary ideology / Janet F. Fishburn -- 10. Missionary returns and cultural conversions in Alabama and Shandong: the latter years of Madame Gao (Martha Foster Crawford) / Carol Ann Vaughn -- 11. The development of the missionary ideas of Robert E. Speer / John F. Piper, Jr. -- 12. Only connect: the China Inland Mission and transatlantic evangelicalism / Alvyn Austin -- Bibliography -- Index.

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