Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions
Anderson, director of the Overseas Ministries Studies Center in New Haven, Connecticut, coordinated the writings of 350 scholars from 45 countries to document the lives of nearly 2,500 missionaries from Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, Pentecostal, independent, and indigenous churches. Arranged alphabe
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ABCFM Anglican apostolic appointed archives arrived Baptist Missionary baptized Basel Mission became Bible BIBLIOGRAPHY bishop Born British Catholic China Chinese Christ Christian Church Missionary Society Church of Scotland College colonial Conference Congo congregation converted Council David death died doctor East ecumenical England English Episcopal established Evangelical evangelist faith Foreign Missions founded founder France French German gospel graduated Henry History India indigenous Institute Islam island Japan Jesuit Jesus John joined Korea language later leader Liberia London Missionary Society Lutheran Malawi married Methodist minister ministry missiology Moravian Muslim native Nigeria ordained pastor Pentecostal pioneer preaching Presbyterian priest Professor Protestant Province published Reformed religion religious retired returned Robert Rome Saint Scotland secretary sent served Sierra Leone sion sionary Society CMS Society of Jesus South Africa studied teacher Theological Seminary Thomas tion translation Uganda United Univ University wife William women World wrote York
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