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Robert Morrison and the Birth of Chinese Protestantism

Christopher Hancock

Robert Morrison and the Birth of Chinese Protestantism

Christopher Hancock

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Robert Morrison: The Birth of Chinese Protestantism is a brief, accessible life of the pioneer Protestant missionary, Robert Morrison (1782-1834), who arrived in China in 1807. Morrison masterminded translation and production of the first Chinese Bible and a series of other Christian texts in Mandarin. A gifted linguist and educational strategist, he founded the Christian College in Malacca (the first Chinese tertiary educational establishment). With fellow missionaries, William Milne and Walter Medhurst, Morrison formed a bridgehead for later missionary endeavor in China. Morrison's life has received comparatively little recent attention. He had to contend for residence in China by depending on U.S. help when EIC policy barred missionaries. He fought loneliness and ill health, misunderstanding and mission society prejudice, as he engaged Chinese customs and local help. His first wife died in childbirth, although his son John later continued his work. Morrison's linguistic ability and

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Robert Morrison: The Birth of Chinese Protestantism is a brief, accessible life of the pioneer Protestant missionary, Robert Morrison (1782-1834), who arrived in China in 1807. Morrison masterminded translation and production of the first Chinese Bible and a series of other Christian texts in Mandarin. A gifted linguist and educational strategist, he founded the Christian College in Malacca (the first Chinese tertiary educational establishment). With fellow missionaries, William Milne and Walter Medhurst, Morrison formed a bridgehead for later missionary endeavor in China. Morrison's life has received comparatively little recent attention. He had to contend for residence in China by depending on U.S. help when EIC policy barred missionaries. He fought loneliness and ill health, misunderstanding and mission society prejudice, as he engaged Chinese customs and local help. His first wife died in childbirth, although his son John later continued his work. Morrison's linguistic ability and
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Meet the Author

Christopher Hancock

Cheryl graduated with a BA from the University of Texas at Dallas. She married in Dallas and soon began travelling with her family and three Shiba Inus in search of creative inspiration. Cheryl found her inspiration on the Spanish island of Mallorca, where she wrote her this debut novel. She now reside with her family in California.

Table Of Contents

  • Introduction; 1. Called To Serve; 2. Heading For China; 3. Translating The Bible; 4. Making A Life; 5. Teaching The Faith; 6. Educating England And China; 7. Dying We Live; Conclusion.

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  • Catalogue Code 266857
  • Product Code 9780567031785
  • ISBN 0567031780
  • EAN 9780567031785
  • Pages 280
  • Department General Books
  • Category Biography
  • Sub-Category Missions
  • Publisher Bloomsbury Continuum Publishing Group
  • Publication Date Sep 2007
  • Sales Rank #48252
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 20 mm
  • Weight 0.001kg

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