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Protestant missionary works in Chinese

Harvard-Yenching Library.

Protestant missionary works in Chinese

Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University on microfiche

by Harvard-Yenching Library.

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Published by Inter Documentation Co. in Zug, Switzerland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity -- China -- Microform catalogs,
  • Protestant churches -- China -- Microform catalogs,
  • Missions -- China -- Microform catalogs,
  • China -- Church history -- Microform catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementcompiled by John Yung-Hsiang Lai.
    ContributionsLai, Yung-hsiang.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ7757.C6 Y46 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40 p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14576812M

    American Missionaries in China: In , Elijah 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. In Robert Morrison and the Protestant Plan for China Christopher Daily offers a fresh account to supplement the growing number of studies treating China’s first protestant missionary, the Presbyterian minister Robert Morrison ().

      O kind missionary, O compassionate missionary, leave China! come home and convert these Christians. Twain’s impolitic essay went unpublished until , several years after his death, and at that time his proposal seemed but a hard-edged jest. But, . Early Kang Youwei and Protestant Missionaries’ Writings. Prof. Dr. Weichi Zhou Kang Youwei (康有为, ‐) established his own “New Learning” (新学) when he published A Study of the 'New Text' Forgeries (新学伪经考) and A Study of the Reforms of Confucius (孔子改制考) in the ’s. Kang, with his disciples, proposed a “Confucian Revolution” in the late Qing.

    The Inventory of the 19th Century Missionary Works in Chinese at the Asian Division, The Library of Congress, U.S. (hereafter “Inventory”) is a continuation and expansion of the Annotated Catalogue of the Book Exhibition, A Bridge between Cultures: Commemorating the Two-Hundredth Anniversary of. What few accounts I’ve read of early missionary work in China would show how difficult the work was. Some of the missionaries labored for years without a single convert. Let me tell you about the first Protestant missionary to China. His name was Robert Morrison ().


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Sent alone to China by the London Missionary Society inRobert Morrison (–) was one of the earliest Protestant missionaries in East Asia. During some 27 years in China, Macau and Malacca, he worked as a translator for the East India Company and founded an academy for converts and missionaries; independently, he translated the New Testament into Chinese and Cited by: 2.

Get this from a library. Catalog of Protestant missionary works in Chinese. [Yung-hsiang Lai; Harvard-Yenching Library.]. Original edition of book has much text in Chinese, e.g., missionaries' Chinese names, names of works written in Chinese or translated, etc.

This edition was produced using character-recognition software that does not handle Chinese characters, so all Chinese text came out as gibberish.1/5(1). “Builders of the Chinese Church: Pioneer Protestant Missionaries and Chinese Church Leaders” is a well-researched and well-rounded volume honoring nine key players who shaped the church in China during the “Great Century of Christian Expansion,” roughly through the s.5/5(1).

0 Reviews "Fromwhen the first Protestant missionary arrived in China, to the s, when a new phase of growth began, thousands of missionaries and Chinese Christians labored, often. Catalogue of the Protestant Missionary Works in Chinese, old dictionaries and books in Romanized dialects and the earliest Chinese books on Western history, geography, science and technology.

It is a valuable source for the study of the history of Protestant missions in China, China's modernization, and her relations with the West. These studies examine writings by Protestant missionaries in China from to The initial aim of the missionaries was religious—to bring the Gospel message to a Chinese audience.

Memorials of Protestant Missionaries to the Chinese: Giving a List of Their Publications, and Obituary Notices of the Deceased. With Copious Indexes: Author: Alexander Wylie: Publisher: American Presbyterian Mission Press, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Aug 9, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX 3/5(1).

The Influence of the Protestant Missionary Press in Late Qing China. The Origins of the Modern Chinese Press book. The Influence of the Protestant Missionary Press in Late Qing China. By Xiantao Zhang. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 September Pub.

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by Openlibrary_work OLW Pages Possible copyright status NOT_IN. 33 rows  This is a list of notable Protestant missionaries in China by agency. Beginning with the. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

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Robert Morrison (missionary) Robert Morrison, FRS (5 January – 1 August ), was an Anglo -Scottish Protestant missionary to Portuguese Macao, Qing -era Guangdong, and Dutch Malacca, who was also a pioneering sinologist, lexicographer, and translator considered the "Father of Anglo-Chinese Literature".

Morrison, a Presbyterian preacher, is most notable for his work in China. Although Yao’s work focuses upon the fundamentalist movement among Protestant missionaries in China, his findings may also prove relevant for the study of fundamentalist and modernist movements among Protestant missionaries in other countries during the same time period.

To that end, several pertinent points stand out to this s: 1. Some hoped that the Chinese government would discriminate between Protestantism and the Catholic Church, since the law was directed at Rome, but after Protestant missionaries in – 36 gave Christian books to Chinese, the Daoguang Emperor demanded to know who were the "traitorous natives in Canton who had supplied them with books".

Some hoped that the Chinese government would discriminate between Protestantism and Catholicism, since the law was directed at Catholicism, but after Protestant missionaries in gave Christian books to Chinese, the Daoguang Emperor demanded to know who were the "traitorous natives in "Canton who had supplied them with books." The foreign missionaries were strangled or expelled by.

Missionary preaching in China using The Wordless Book The Awakening in Britain and the work of J. Hudson Taylor (–) helped increase the number of missionaries in China. By when Taylor created the China Inland Mission (CIM) there were 30 different Protestant groups at work in China.

Bible in China book. The History of the Union Version or the Culmination of Protestant Missionary Bible Translation in China. By JostOliver Zetzsche. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 July Pub. location London. Imprint Routledge. DOI James Hudson Taylor was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China and founder of the China Inland Mission.

Taylor spent 51 years in China. The society that he began was responsible for bringing over missionaries to the country who began schools and directly resulted in 18, Christian conversions, as well as the establishment of more than stations of work with more than local.

Since the early Protestant missionaries were not permitted to preach, they concentrated on the planning of mission work, language study, translating Scripture into Chinese, and writing Christian tracts in Chinese. Robert Morrison Robert Morrison (, Chinese name 馬禮遜) was the first Protestant missionary to reside in China.Contents: The life and works of the Scottish missionary-scholar and sinologist James Legge () – A revisionary view of early Protestant missionary encounters with Chinese intellectual and spiritual traditions – New Chinese theological developments, twists in Taiping ideology, and cross-cultural Sinological collaborations are all.Judson was a Baptist missionary who became the first North American Protestant missionary in Burma (Myanmar).

Like other early missionaries, he was involved in translation work and church planting. He went to the field of India as a Congregationalist but, after much study of the Bible, became convinced that Baptist doctrine was more biblical.