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The crisis of missions : or, The voice out of the cloud

Author: Arthur T Pierson
Publisher: New York : R. Carter, 1886.
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Pierson, Arthur T. (Arthur Tappan), 1837-1911.
Crisis of missions.
New York : R. Carter, 1886
(OCoLC)645269770
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur T Pierson
OCLC Number: 5703523
Description: 370 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: I. the precept and the promise --
II. Providential signals --
III. Removal of barriers --
IV. The moving of the pillar --
V. the opening of the doors: Sndia --
VI. East India missions --
VII. Burmah and the Karens --
VIII. The open door in Siam --
IX. The walled kingdom --
X. protestant mission in china --
Xi. Japan, the sunrise kingdom --
XII. Korea, the hermit nation --
XIII. The ottoman empire --
XIV. The dark continent --
XV. Papal lands --
XVI. Mexico, land of the Aztecs --
XVII. Southern American states --
XVIII. The subsidence of obstacles --
XIX. Woman's work for woman --
XX. The preparation of the church --
XXI. The white harvest fields --
XXII. The gracious sings --
XXIII. The transformation of grace --
XXIV. The products of God's husbandry --
XXV. The isles waiting for his law --
XXVI. God's seal on the workman --
XXVII. The aspect and the prospect --
XXVIII. The elements in the crisis --
XXIX. The unheeded signals --
XXX. The leaven of a new theology --
XXXI. The spirit of missions --
XXXII. The living links --
XXXIII. The problem of missions --
XXXIV. The laborers are few --
XXXV. Meeting the crisis --
XXXVI. A world's missionary council --
a word supplementary
Responsibility: by Arthur T. Pierson.

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