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Students and the modern missionary crusade; addresses delivered before the Fifth international convention of the Student volunteer movement for foreign missions, Nashville, Tennessee, February 28-March 4, 1906.

Publisher: New York, Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions, 1906.
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Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions. (5th : 1906 : Nashville).
Students and the modern missionary crusade.
New York, Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions, 1906
(OCoLC)608929772
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 3816647
Description: xii pages, 3 leaves, 3-713 pages 24 cm
Contents: The possibilities of this convention / John R. Mott --
The fulness of the living presence of Christ / Robert E. Speer --
The supreme business of the church to make Christ known to all mankind / George Robson --
The ownership and lordship of Jesus Christ / J. Campbell White --
The first two decades of the Student Volunteer Movement: report of the Executive Committee of the Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions / presented by Mr. John R. Mott --
Some facts in the missionary life of continental universities / Karl Fries --
Greetings from the students of Germany / Wilhelm Gundert --
Valuable lessons from the Student Volunteer Missionary Union of Great Britain / G.T. Manley --
The missionary possibilities of the women students of the world / Una M. Saunders --
Christianity the only absolute religion / Thomas F. Gailor --
The non-Christian religions inadequate to meet the needs of men / Robert E. Speer --
Care of one's health a divine requirement, and the essentials of maintaining physical efficiency / Herbert Lankester --
Intellectual equipment and continual growth indispensable to largest success in mission work / James L. Barton --
Efficiency is limited and the kingdom is retarded by violating reasonable standards of taste and propriety / Harlan P. Beach --
Spiritual prerequisites for the persuasive presentation of Christ / Donald Fraser --
A diplomat's view of Christian missions / Henry Mortimer Durand --
The relation of Christian missions to diplomacy / John W. Foster --
The relation of the Student Volunteer Movement to international comity and universal peace / Henry B.F. Macfarland --
The secular press and foreign missions / J.A. Macdonald --
The minister's essential relation to the success of the foreign missionary campaign / James I. Vance --
The latent resources of the laymen / Samuel B. Capen --
The educative value of missionary literature / F.P. Haggard --
The strategic importance of the Student Volunteer Movement to the world's evangelization / John Franklin Goucher --
The vital relation of intercessory prayer to the success of the foreign missionary campaign / John W. Wood --
Greetings from the League of Student Volunteers in Japan / V.W. Helm --
The students of India / B.R. Barber --
The students of China / Robert R. Gailey --
The students of Japan / V.W. Helm --
Opportunities for service in Latin America / James B. Rodgers --
The opportunity in pagan Africa / Donald Fraser --
The unprecedented opportunity in the Far East / Arthur Judson Brown --
The unprecedented opportunities in southern Asia, with particular reference to the Indian empire / James M. Thoburn --
Unprecedented opportunities for evangelizing the Mohammedan world / Samuel M. Zwemer --
"The love of Christ constraineth us" / James M. Thoburn --
The final and supreme authority of Jesus Christ / William F. McDowell --
The story of the Cambridge Intercollegiate Christian Union / Algernon Coote --
Not pressed men, but volunteers / G.T. Manley --
Showing men the door / Edward W. Wallace --
Which side of the street? / W.A. Tener --
Inconclusive thinking / Frank V. Slack --
A doctor's reasons for going to China / Cyril H. Haas --
"Ye are not your own" / Donald Fraser --
Am I my sister's keeper? / Una M. Saunders --
The surrender of life to the lord Jesus Christ / Ruth Paxson --
Proportion in vision / Mrs. Lawrence Thurston --
The plenteous harvest and prayer / Karl Fries --
A testimony from a volunteer / W.B. Pettus --
The uplifted eye and the life laid down / Robert E. Speer --
General survey of African fields and of Methodist work / J.C. Hartzell --
Experiences of a pioneer missionary on the Congo / William H. Sheppard --
Work of the United Presbyterians in northeastern Africa / James G. Hunt --
The American Board's work in west Central Africa / Walter T. Currie --
In British Central Africa / Donald Fraser --
Assam as a mission field / W.E. Witter --
Gospel triumphs in Burma / Sumner R. Vinton --
The Ceylon mission of the American Board / Richard C. Hastings --
Mission work in Malaysia / H.L.E. Luering --
The Buddhism of southern Asia / J.E. Cummings --
The present status in China, especially in the north / Robert R. Gailey --
Present status in east China / Annie R. Morton --
The present status in south China and its significance / John M. Swan --
Prospects in western China / H. Olin Cady --
Permanent factors which make China a most inviting field / Hunter Corbett --
The appeal of China's women / Frances B. Patterson --
The demand for missionary statesmanship / Arthur Judson Brown --
Spiritual power / Frank A. Keller --
China's appeal to life / Henry W. Luce --
Signs of spiritual awakening in India / W.B. Anderson --
Work for the women of India / Alice McClure --
Medical opportunities in India / A.S.Wilson --
Educational work in India / W.M. Forrest --
Mass movements in India / H.F. Laflamme --
Some statistics and deductions therefrom / William I. Chamberlain --
India's clamant appeal / Henry J. Scudder --
The influence of Christianity in Japan / Henry B. Price --
Present conditions favorable and unfavorable to missionary work in Japan / Henry Topping --
Reaching Japanese women / Harriet Gulick Clark --
The importance of Japan's homes / Fanny E. Griswold --
Work of the American Bible Society in Japan / John Fox --
The opportunity for teachers in Japanese government schools / V.W. Helm --
The unique importance of Japan as a mission field to-day / R.S. Miller --
The essential for Korea's uplifting / W.B. Hunt --
Woman's work in Korea / Lulu E. Frey --
Korean opportunities and needs / W.B. Swearer --
Is there a call to labor for Latin America? / John Gaw Meem --
Practical difficulties in answering the call from Latin America / A.W. Greenman --
The call from the women and children of Latin America / Layona Glenn --
Answer to the call from Latin America--methods / Jesse L. McLaughlin --
Answer to the call--some results / Robert F. Lenington --
Work on the western coast of South America / Archibald B. Reekie --
Tidings from Cuba / Sylvester Jones --
Summing up the Latin American situation / James B. Rodgers --
Islam in the Levant / James L. Barton --
The Moslem situation in Persia / Lewis F. Esselstyn --
Work for women in Arabia / Mrs. S.M. Zwemer --
Work for Moslem women in European Turkey / Ellen M. Stone --
The educated Moslems of India / B.R. Barber --
Islam in Africa / Charles R. Watson --
The evangelization of the Mohammedan world in this generation / S.M. Zwemer --
The duty of emphasizing evangelistic work / S.M. Zwemer --
Evangelistic itineration / R.F. Lenington --
Personal dealing the great missionary duty / Sumner R. Vinton --
Evangelistic work for women / Nellie Zwemer --
A typical result of evangelistic work / H.L.E. Luering --
Preaching in a Persian mosque / Lewis F. Esselstyn --
The training and use of native evangelists / Hunter Corbett --
Relation between evangelistic and other forms of work / James B. Rodgers --
Methods in evangelistic work / H.F. Laflamme --
Principles underlying evangelistic missions / Donald Fraser --
The importance of medical missions / Herbert Lankester --
The medical mission as an evangelistic agency / A.S. Wilson --
Medical work among women / Ellen Groenendyke --
Women's medical itinerating work / Frances F. Cattell --
Training natives as doctors / John M. Swan --
Medical missions in Korea / Robert Grierson --
Elementary education in mission work / H.F. Laflamme --
The service of women in educational missions / Anna R. Morton --
Christian colleges in mission lands / W.M. Forrest --
Theological training schools in mission fields / James L. Barton --
The importance of giving mission study a prominent place in the seminary program / O.E. Brown --
The monthly missionary day: its reasonableness and usefulness in the seminary / W.O. Carver --
Relation of the seminary to the mission field / Charles R. Erdman --
The seminary as a recruiting ground for missionary statesmen / Robert K. Massey --
The importance of interesting our students in the missionary enterprise / Edward C. Moore --
The reasonableness of expecting the co-operation of a college or university faculty in arousing or fostering the missionary spirit / Henry Churchill King --
How to indoctrinate students with the missionary spirit before they enter college / W.M. Irvine --
What has been done by Mount Holyoke to further missions / Louise Baird Wallace --
The sources of missionary enthusiasm at the Ohio Wesleyan University / Rollin H. Walker --
Professorial opportunities for exerting a Christian and missionary influence / G.T. Manley --
Necessity for the pedagogical training of missionary candidates / E.H. Knight --
Importance of the study of missions / Edward Marshall --
Bible study in the missionary's preparation / Elmore Harris --
Why the religious weekly press should give an adequate treatment of missionary problems / John W. Wood --
The kind of articles calculated to do the most good in educating and inspiring the church / John Bancroft Devins --
The attitude of the secular press toward missionary interests / F.P. Sellers --
How to interest the secular newspapers in missions / J.A. Macdonald --
The pastor a student of missions / E.R. Hendrix --
Financial possibilities of a church / Charles E. Bradt --
The Montclair plan / Abner H. Lucas --
The pastor's responsibility in directing the missionary prayer life of his people / R.J. Willingham --
Points to be emphasized in developing the missionary interests of the congregation / George Robson --
Missions from a business man's point of view / Edward B. Sturges --
The effect of missions upon international relations / John W. Foster --
The layman's place in the development of foreign missions in the church at large / C.A. Rowland, Jr. --
The layman's part in furthering the financial support of missions / A.J.A. Alexander --
Study and prayer as related to the maintenance of missionary interest / John W. Wood --
How the laymen are being enlisted in the United Presbyterian Church / J. Campbell White --
How the Congregational laymen are being enlisted / S.B. Capen --
What Northern Presbyterian laymen are doing / David McConaughy --
Co-operation between students and the young people of the churches / Harry Wade Hicks --
The need for student leadership among church young people / S.B. Capen --
Mission study and other forms of missionary instruction of the young / S. Earl Taylor --
Text-books for young people's classes used by the women's boards / Mrs. N.M. Waterbury --
Summer conferences of the Committee for the United Study of Missions / Mrs. Alonzo Pettit --
Summer conferences of the Young People's Missionary Movement / C.V. Vickrey --
The normal mission study movement / T.H.P. Sailer.

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