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The church militant and Iberian expansion, 1440-1770

Author: C R Boxer
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Johns Hopkins University Press, ©1978.
Series: Johns Hopkins symposia in comparative history, 10th.
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The role of the Portuguese and Spanish missionaries in the overseas expansion of the Iberian powers.
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Boxer, C.R. (Charles Ralph), 1904-
Church Militant and Iberian expansion, 1440-1770.
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, c1978
(OCoLC)656717428
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C R Boxer
ISBN: 0801820421 9780801820427 0801869277 9780801869273
OCLC Number: 3710776
Notes: Given as the James S. Schouler Lectures, Mar. 1976.
Description: xi, 148 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Race relations --
The indigenous clergy ; West African clergy ; East African clergy ; Goan clergy ; Colored clergy in Spanish America ; Japanese clergy ; Chinese clergy ; Vietnamese clergy ; Siam and Cambodia --
The church and negro slavery --
ch. 2. Cultural interactions --
The printed word and the spread of the faith --
The church militant and African and Amerindian cultures --
The church militant and Asian cultures ; India ; China ; Japan ; Philippines ; Vietnam --
ch. 3. Organizational problems --
Regular and secular clergy --
The mission as a frontier institution --
In the service of both majesties-padroado and patronato --
The inquisition and the Iberian missions --
Ch. 4. A tentative balance sheet --
The quality and quantity of the converts ; The Christian fifth column ; Persistence of Roman Catholic Christianity --
Persistence of idolatry and synthetic Christianity ; Peru ; Congo ; Mozambique ; India and China ; Philippines --
The flow and ebb of missionary elan ; Spanish America ; Portuguese Empire ; Missionary vocations and missionary elan.
Series Title: Johns Hopkins symposia in comparative history, 10th.
Responsibility: C.R. Boxer.
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C.R. Boxer devoted years of research to European expansion overseas into the Americas and Asia. In this analytical survey of the role of the Portuguese and Spanish missionaries of the Roman Catholic  Read more...

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