3 edition of Venn and Victorian bishops abroad found in the catalog.
Venn and Victorian bishops abroad
T. E. Yates
by Swedish inst. of missionary research [Sv. inst. för missionsforskning], SPCK in Uppsala, London
Written in English
|Statement||T. E. Yates.|
|Series||Studia missionalia Upsaliensia ;, 33|
|LC Classifications||BX5199.V443 Y37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||212 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||79302155|
What amazes me most when I read of the lives of Christians who lived before the ’s is their positive attitude to suffering, disease, and death. They expected to suffer, they were willing to suffer, and welcomed it as God’s gift. They expected to have diseases, and could welcome them as God’s gifts. And they could welcome death, knowing that ‘to die is gain’ (Philippians C. Peter Williams, “The Necessity of a Native Clergy: The Failure of Victorian Missions to Develop Indigenous Leadership (The Laing Lecture for ),”Vox Evangelica 21 (): I want to give primary attention to Henry Venn because he was by far the most influential.
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His books include Christian Mission in the Twentieth Century (CUP), Venn and Victorian Bishops abroad (SPCK), a study of the missionary policies of Henry Venn of CMS, and The Expansion of Christianity (Lion).Author: Timothy Yates. Victorians At Home and Abroad.
The Victorian era, all too often fossilized in history books and novels, was in fact a period of revolutionary social changes. The Victorians inhabited a world of bewildering contrasts where a Gothic vision mingled with exoticism, prim domesticity with the allure of world travel, religious piety with material wealth/5(7).
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Books. Venn and Victorian Bishops Abroad () Christian Mission in the Twentieth Century () The Expansion of Christianity () Pioneer Missionary, Evangelical Statesman: A Life of A. (Tim) Houghton () The Conversion of the Maori: Years of Religious and Social Change () () ReferencesDiscipline: Theology.
Venn and Victorian bishops abroad: the missionary policies of Henry Venn and their repercussions upon the Anglican episcopate of the colonial period Yates, Timoty E.
Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Theology. The Clapham Sect was a group of evangelical Christians, prominent in England from about towho campaigned for the abolition of slavery and promoted missionary work at home and abroad.
The group centred on the church of John Venn, rector of Clapham in south by: Venn and Victorian bishops abroad: the missionary policies of Henry Venn and their repercussions upon the Anglican episcopate of the colonial period / T. Yates Yates, T. (Timothy Edward), [ Book, Thesis: ] At 10 libraries.
The Clapham Sect was a group of evangelical Christians, prominent in England from about towho campaigned for the abolition of slavery and promoted missionary work at home and abroad. The group centred on the church of John Venn, rector of Clapham in south London.4/5(2).
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As one of his successors in the leadership of the Church Missionary Society, Max Warren, observed, “On almost any reckoning, Venn was the outstanding European missionary leader, thinker and administrator of the nineteenth century.” Author Shenk goes to the primary record of Venn's missiological thought — the Letters of Instructions to missionary Cited by: 5.
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The novel takes place entirely in the environs of Egdon Heath, and, with the exception of the epilogue, Aftercourses, covers exactly a year and a day. The narrative begins on the evening of Guy Fawkes Night as Diggory Venn is slowly crossing the heath with his van, which is being drawn by : Thomas Hardy.
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“George dutifully dusted the marks from the expensive rug and retired to the kitchen to await a grave and disapproving Collins, wishing with all of his boyish heart that he had applied for the stables.
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And, as Catherine Eade explains, it throws a spotlight onto a Author: Catherine Eade. Covers the Victorian missionary era in Africa in the nineteenth century. There are two main sections. The first is entitled ‘The evolution of a movement’, and discusses where Protestant mission had arrived by the s; the Catholic revival; David Livingstone and his influence; the Verona Fathers and White Fathers; and the state of missionary complexity by The Author: Adrian Hastings.
The bishop also licensed preachers and curates. A curate needed a nomination from the incumbent he was to assist and proof of ordination. Records may exist from the 16th century in a general register of licences, in ordination records, in subscription books or even in visitation books, but none are complete.Evangelical Christianity and the Appeal of the Middle Ages: The Case of Bishop Charles Venn Pilcher Graham Barwell and John Kennedy INTRODUCTION In recent years in studies of the Weste,n Middle Ages, there has been an increasing interest in medievalism itself, rather than simply in the cultures and their cultural products.Editor of the book series Theory Now (Polity) Editorial board of _Theory Culture & Society_ (Sage) Co-editor with Mike Featherstone, Couze Venn and John Phillips of the New Encyclopaedia Project (TCS and Sage) Editorial Advisory board of Culture Theory and Critique and The Journal of Transnational American Studies.