3 edition of history of the London Missionary Society found in the catalog.
history of the London Missionary Society
|Statement||compiled from original documents in the possession of the society by William Ellis.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 579 p.|
|Number of Pages||579|
, The History of the Church Missionary Society, London Some historians have mistakenly believed that the Church evangelicals withdrew in force from the London Missionary Society to form the C.M.S. Cf. Foster, C. I., An Errand of Mercy, Chapel Hill , Cited by: 2. The collection comprises the historical library of the London Missionary Society (LMS), a protestant missionary organisation founded in , as well as publications held by the LMS’s successor the Council for World Mission (CWM), an international Christian fellowship.
A Hundred Years in Travancore, ; A History and Description of the Work Done by the London Missionary Society in Travancore, South India Dur by London Missionary Society ISBN (). Further information on the history of the London Missionary Society can be found in the official histories: Richard Lovett, The History of the London Missionary Society 2 vols (London: Oxford University Press, ). Norman Goodall, A history of the London Missionary Society, (London: Oxford University Press, ).
Tom Hiney's book puts the pioneering missionary experience in historical perspective with this account of a two-man deputation sent out by the London Missionary Society in the early s. Here is a factual record that refutes the popular perception of missionaries as namby-pamby, white-bread spoilsports/5. Author: Missionary Society London Missionary Society Sort by Top-Selling Price: Low to High Price: High to Low New Price A Missionary Voyage to the Southern Pacific Ocean, Performed in the Years , , , in the Ship Duff, Commanded by Captain James Wilson.
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A complete list of the missionaries of the London Missionary Society who have laboured in India, the West Indies, Ultra-Ganges, China, North and South America, and other countries.
Plan and constitution of the London Missionary Society, established in Pages: History of the London History of the London Missionary Society book Society [William Ellis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.
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The History of the London Missionary Society,Volume 1 Casgliad Coleg yr Annibynwyr Cymraeg The History of the London Missionary Society,Richard Lovett: Author: Richard Lovett: Publisher: Frowde, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefManReviews: 1.
The History of the London Missionary Society, India. West Indies. China. Missions abandoned. Home affairs: Appendices: I. A complete list of the missionaries of the London Missionary Society who have laboured in India, the West Indies, Ultra-Ganges, China, North and South America, and other countries.
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Get this from a library. The history of the London Missionary society, [Richard Lovett]. Other articles where London Missionary Society is discussed: Congregationalism: England: was the founding of the Missionary Society (), later named the London Missionary Society ().
Its purpose was not necessarily to spread Congregationalism but to proclaim “the glorious gospel of the blessed God,” leaving the new churches to determine their own form. The London Missionary Society (LMS) was a protestant missionary society formed in England in 'to spread the knowledge of Christ among heathen and other unenlightened nations'.
Although broadly interdenominational in scope, the Society was largely Congregationalist in outlook and membership. Excerpt from The History of the London Missionary Society,Vol. 2 of 2 IN the last decade of the eighteenth century the vast majority.
Of-the inhabitants of Great Britain knew less about India than those of to-day know about Patagonia, and their interest in the welfare of its myriad peoples was Slighter far than their knowledge of Author: Richard Lovett. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lovett, Richard, History of the London Missionary Society, London: H.
Frowde, Fruits of Toil in the London Missionary Society, ed. by London Missionary Society (Gutenberg ebook) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: London Missionary Society. The history of the London missionary society,(London, H.
Frowde, ), by Richard Lovett (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Mathews, Basil Joseph, 4 books London Missionary Society, 3 books Bryson Mrs., 2 books Ebenezer Prout, 2 books Foster, Arnold Mrs., 2 books Charles Silvester Horne, 2 books Bernard Upward, 2 books London Missionary Society., 2 books Bolton, William (missionary), 2 books W.
McD Partridge, 1 book W. Elliott, 1 book Frank H. Hawkins, 1 book. History. Australian Baptists had been sending money to the Baptist Missionary Society in London as their expression of interest in mission.
The South Australian Baptist Missionary Society was founded at Flinders Street Baptist Church on 10 November under Rev Silas Mead, and the first missionaries, Ellen Arnold and Marie Gilbert, were sent to East Bengal in Headquarters: Melbourne, Australia.
Robert Caldwell (7 May – 28 August ) was a missionary for London Missionary arrived in India at studied the local language to spread the word of Bible in a vernacular language, studies that led him to author a text on comparative grammar of the South Indian languages. In his book, Caldwell proposed that there are Dravidian words in the Hebrew of the Old Testament Born: Robert Caldwell, 7 MayClady, County.
The work of the London Missionary Society in the Pacific Ocean through its “Missionary Ships” is truly inspiring. In this heavily illustrated book George Cousins (editorial Assistant and Assistant Foreign Secretary of the London Missionary Society) draws on a number of sources to retell the story.
An important biography on the noted Baptist Missionary Society pioneer in the Congo W. Holman Bentley, written by his widow. My thanks to Redcliffe College for making a copy of this public domain title available for digitisation. Hendrina Margo Bentley , W.
Holman Bentley: The Life and Labours of a Congo : The Carey Press, pp About this Book Catalog Record Details. The history of the London missionary society,v Lovett, Richard, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Problems of Success: Asia, Overseas Partners v. 2: History of the Church Missionary Society, by Hewitt, Gordon and a great selection of related books, art.
London Missionary Society. The London Missionary Society (LMS), established inwas one of a number of voluntary foreign missionary societies formed throughout Western Europe at the end of the eighteenth century.
The evangelical revivals that inspired lay humanitarian activity at home, coupled with an increased sense of Britain's moral responsibilities to populations in its growing empire. History of the London Missionary Society: William Ellis Sir: Books - or: Ellis Sir, William.The history of the London missionary society,(London, H.
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by Richard Lovett, contrib.Church Missionary Society (CMS), society founded in London in as the Society for Missions in Africa and the East, by Evangelical clergy of the Church of England (those who stressed biblical faith, personal conversion, and piety).
In it was renamed the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East. During its first 10 years it sent only five missionaries to work among non.