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India-missionaries From James Hurley, Books


An Indian Approach to India. Chapters By a Group of Nationals Interpreting the Christian Movement

By Stauffer, Milton., Editor

New York: Missionary Education Movement in the United States and Canada, 1927. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. (1927). Christian Voices Around the World series published for the Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions. xvii, 186pp, biographical notes on nine authors, Small 8vo/19cm. Decorated blue wrappers, edgewear with light chipping, previous owner name on ffep, otherwise clean, tight and very good. Chapters by the indigenous authors include, Our Cultural Heritage by Manilal C. Parekh, Nationalism in India's Life and Thought by John Jesudason Cornelius, Present Tendencies in Indian Religions by P. Chenchiah, Contribution of the Western Church by C.E. Abraham, Status of Christianity in India by A. Thakar Dass, Christianity and Indian Nationhood by K.T. Paul, Problems of the Indian Church by K.K. Kuruvilla, Cooperation from the West by P.O.Philip and Youth's Challenge to Youth by A.M.K Cumaraswamy. Milton Theobald Stauffer (1885- ) was Educational Secretary of the Student Volunteer Movement at the time of writing..


Building with India

By Fleming, Daniel Johnson

West Medford, Mass. and New York: Central Committe on the United Study of Foreign Missions with Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada, 1922. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. x, 238pp, frontis + 14 monochrome illustrations from photographs, endpaper map, bibliography, index. 12mo/19cm. Brown pictorial cloth, rubbed at extremities (beginning fray at spine ends), slightly soiled, internally clean, tight and very good. A scholarly survey of the religious situation in India and the opportunities for Christian conversions. The map shows most of the stations of the North American missionary societies. Daniel Johnson Fleming (1877-1969) was inaugurated as Professor of Missions, Union Theological Seminary, in 1918..


India and Its Missions

By Capuchin Mission Unit

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1923. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. xxi, [iii], 315pp, 3 maps, 22 photo illustrations, appendix, bibliography, index. 8vo/19.5cm. Blue cloth gilt, beginning fray at spine ends, half-inch closed split head of rear joint, ex-lib marks, otherwise internally clean, tight and very good. The book is primarily about Catholic mission activities in India but includes statistics on non-Catholic activity. It is divided into three parts: The Land and People; Ecclesiastical History; and, Indian Missions of To-day. Floyd Keeler, Field Secretary of the Catholic Students Missions Crusade inspired the work..


Christ Rides the Indian Road

By Wilson, Dorothy Wilson

Vellore, India: Christian Medical College and Hospital, 1963. Book. Fine. Soft cover. First Edition. 24pp, 6 monochrome illustrations from photographs. Oblong 16mo/14 x 19cm. Printed green card wrappers, light soil, internally fine. A description of the roadside work of the Christian Medical Hospital in Vellore India with some historical background taken from an earlier booklet on Dr. Ira Scudder. Dorothy Clarke Wilson, a prolific writer of religious plays and novels visited Vellore in 1957 and describes her trip with the mobile dispensary. Scarce. The Library of Congress lists more than seventy of her works but not this one..