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Unitarian mission work in non-christian countries

H. W. Hawkes

Unitarian mission work in non-christian countries

by H. W. Hawkes

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Published by Special Foreign Mission Fund in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Rev. H.W. Hawkes.
The Physical Object
Pagination24p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15968330M

French volunteers “on a mission” were charged with kidnapping children in Chad, making out that the children were orphans 26 and reviving memories of similar kidnappings carried out by the Catholic Church under King Leopold of the Belgians in the late nineteenth century The accused had gone so far as to mock up wounds on the. Quakers, as you might know, have their own version of Universalism which isn’t unlike the more general, non-Christian meaning found in Unitarian Universalism today, and which I don’t uphold. A meaning and understanding of Universalism that makes me wonder if most Unitarian Universalists really see a fellow-traveller in Rob Bell, or just an.

Founded by Harry N. Abrams in , ABRAMS was the first company in the United States to specialize in the creation and distribution of art and illustrated books. Now a subsidiary of La Martinière Groupe, the company publishes visually stunning illustrated books in the areas of art, photography, cooking, interior and garden design, craft. Essentially, the United Brethren church had a long history of mission work among various tribes in Pennsylvania, much of it conducted by David Zeisberger. The first Moravian missionaries, Frederick Post and John Heckewelder, came to Eastern Ohio in the s.

Missions, Europe. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Missions; Filed under: Missions, Europe. The gospel in Latin lands [electronic resource]: outline s. Well, enter the Unitarian Universalists who by the early 19th century had begun inviting non-Christian churches to be part of their fellowship. In they formed the Society for the Promotion of Christianity in India, which supported the work of American minister Charles Dall.


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