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American Presbyterians

: Vol. 63(1985)-74 (1996) : 0886-5159

Journal of the Department of History (The Presbyterian Historical Society) of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.

: Vol. 14(1930)-20 (1942) : 0149-2330

The Journal of Presbyterian History (1997-)

: Vol. 75(1997)-97 (2019) : 1521-9216

Published 1996
Presbyterian reformers in Central Africa : a documentary account of the American Presbyterian Congo...

: This volume contains 123 documents which illustrate the early history of the American Presbyterian Congo Mission and its struggle for human rights in the Congo from 1890-1918. The documents, many of which have never previously been published, are crucial to a full understanding of both the work of the Presbyterian Mission and its impact on the social, political, and religious life of the Congo. The book is divided into four parts. Part One documents the founding and early history of the Presbyterian Mission from 1890 to 1898. Part Two documents the deterioration of social conditions in the Congo under King Leopold, and the reform campaigns initiated by the American Mission in Britain and the United States. Part Three consists of documents related to the 1909 libel trial of William M. Morrison and William H. Sheppard, the principal leaders of the American Mission. Part Four documents the Mission's reaction to continuing human rights abuses, particularly religious persecution, under Belgian rule to 1918. The documents are annotated and the volume contains an introduction and an index.
: Collection of documents translated from French. : 1 online resource (xxii, 580 pages, [15] pages of plates) : illustrations, map. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004318144 : 0924-9389 ; : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Journal of Presbyterian History (1962-1985)

: Vol. 40(1962)-63 (1985) : 0022-3883

Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society (1943-1961)

: Vol. 21(1943)-39 (1961) : 0147-3735

Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society (1901-1930)

: Vol. 1(1901)-14 (1930) : 2326-4861

Journal of Reformed Theology.

: BRILLBRILLJ : 1569-7312
1872-5163

Published 2008
American evangelicals in Egypt: Missionary encounters in an age of empire/

: XVI, 318 p.: 25 cm.; ills : includes bibliographical references : 978-0691122618

Published 2019
John Owen between orthodoxy and modernity /

: This volume offers fresh reflections on John Owen, a leading Reformed theologian who sat on the brink of a new age. His seventeenth- century theology and spirituality reflect the growing tensions, and pre-modern and modern tendencies. Exploring Owen in this context helps readers better understand the seventeenth-century dynamics of individualization and rationalization, the views of God and self, community and the world. The authors of this volume investigate Owen's approach to various key themes, including his Trinitarian piety, catholicity, doctrine of scripture, and public prayer. Owen's international reception and current historiographical challenges are also highlighted. Contributors are: Joel R. Beeke, Henk van den Belt, Gert A. van den Brink, Hans Burger, Daniel R. Hyde, Kelly M. Kapic, Reinier W. de Koeijer, Ryan M. McGraw, David P. Murray, Carl R. Trueman, Willem van Vlastuin.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004391345 : 1571-4799 ;

Published 2010
Encounters in quest of Christian womanhood : the Basel Mission in pre- and early colonial Ghana /

: Christianity has come to be a religion embraced especially by women and not least in Africa. This book provides one of the as yet rare case studies for the early stages of this development: how African women on the pre- and early colonial Gold Coast (Ghana) encountered Basel Mission Christianity, 1843-1885. Popular interpretations have tended to describe Christianity as either 'empowering' or 'domesticating' African women. Looking at variegated push-and-pull factors and in its focus on the agency of Ghanaian women this detailed analysis moves beyond. It situates the quest for Christian womanhood as part of trans-national discourses and exchanges, as well as local interactions, and writes a social history that is at once transnational and transcultural.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004193734 : 0924-9389 ; : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2004
Vicissitudes of Reformed Theology in the Twentieth Century /

: 1 online resource : 9789004389168
9789021139708

Published 2017
China's Christianity : from missionary to indigenous church /

: Among the assumptions interrogated in this volume, edited by Anthony E. Clark, is if Christianity should most accurately be identified as "Chinese" when it displays vestiges of Chinese cultural aesthetics, or whether Chinese Christianity is more indigenous when it is allowed to form its own theological framework. In other words, can theological uniqueness also function as a legitimate Chinese Christian cultural expression in the formation of its own ecclesial identity? Also central to what is explored in this book is how missionary influences, consciously or unconsciously, introduced seeds of independence into the cultural ethos of China's Christian community. Chinese girls who pushed "the limits of proper behaviour," for example, added to the larger sense of confidence as China's Christians began to resist the model of Christianity they had inherited from foreign missionaries. Contributors are: Robert E. Carbonneau, CP, Christie Chui-Shan Chow, Amanda C. R. Clark, Lydia Gerber, Joseph W. Ho, Joseph Tse-hei Lee, Audrey Seah, Jean-Paul Wiest, and Xiaoxin Wu.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004345607 : 0924-9389 ; : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2011
The history of French-speaking Protestantism in Québec /

: Although French-speaking Canadians have largely been Roman Catholic, there has been a small, but significant Protestant minority among them for much of their history. Several important studies on these Protestants have appeared in French or in short articles in English, but there is no broader survey in English. Based on significant archival study, a fresh reading of printed texts and the work of a generation of historians, this collection of essays brings together the work of leading scholars in the field to bring reasoned perspective on various narratives of the history of this often forgotten religious minority. This collection highlights international and inter-confessional networks, the various stages of external and internal mission, the periods of growth and decline, and the cultural and political heritage of these Protestants.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. : 9789004211797 : 1542-1279 ; : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2018
The Church as safe haven : Christian governance in China /

: The Church as Safe Haven conceptualizes the rise of Chinese Christianity as a new civilizational paradigm that encouraged individuals and communities to construct a sacred order for empowerment in modern China. Once Christianity enrooted itself in Chinese society as an indigenous religion, local congregations acquired much autonomy which enabled new religious institutions to take charge of community governance. Our contributors draw on newly-released archival sources, as well as on fieldwork observations investigating what Christianity meant to Chinese believers, how native actors built their churches and faith-based associations within the pre-existing social networks, and how they appropriated Christian resources in response to the fast-changing world. This book reconstructs the narratives of ordinary Christians, and places everyday faith experience at the center. Contributors are: Christie Chui-Shan Chow, Lydia Gerber, Melissa Inouye, Diana Junio, David Jong Hyuk Kang, Lars Peter Laamann, Joseph Tse-Hei Lee, George Kam Wah Mak, John R. Stanley, R. G. Tiedemann, Man-Shun Yeung.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004383722 : 0924-9389 ;

Published 2011
Research in the social scientific study of religion.

: Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion publishes empirical and theoretical studies of religion from a wide range of disciplines and from all parts of the globe. A special section is devoted to the issue of psychological type and religion and especially how psychological type can increase our understanding of Christian ministry. Alongside this section are papers presenting studies on subjects such as civic participation, suffering with God, and spirituality. Together these papers represent important contributions that advance theory and evidence in a number of different fields of contemporary relevance to the study of religion.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and indexes. : 9789004216471 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2015
Research in the social scientific study of religion.

: This volume includes a wide range of papers that explore individual and institutional aspects of religion from a social-science perspective. The special section has articles from research groups in Europe, the USA and Australia on clergy work-related psychological health, stress, burnout and coping strategies. The general papers include studies on coping strategies among Buddhists, gender differences in response to church decline, teenage participation in religion, social capital among Friends of Cathedrals, psychological profiles of clergy, education effects on Roman Catholic deacons, and an analysis of prayer requests. Together these papers form a valuable collection indicating the depth and vibrancy of research in these fields.
: 1 online resource (xviii, 311 pages) : Includes bibliographical references and indexes. : 9789004299436 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 1912
The Shilluk people, their language and folklore /

: [4], vii-lxiii, 312 pages, [8] leaves of plates, [1] folded leaf of plates : illustrations ; 26 cm.

Published 2005
Women travellers in the Near East /

: "Published in association with ASTENE". : x, 115 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 1842171615

Published 2020
Christian Missions and Humanitarianism in The Middle East, 1850-1950 : Ideologies, Rhetoric, and Practices /

: From the early phases of modern missions, Christian missionaries supported many humanitarian activities, mostly framed as subservient to the preaching of Christianity. This anthology contributes to a historically grounded understanding of the complex relationship between Christian missions and the roots of humanitarianism and its contemporary uses in a Middle Eastern context. Contributions focus on ideologies, rhetoric, and practices of missionaries and their apostolates towards humanitarianism, from the mid-19th century Middle East crises, examining different missionaries, their society's worldview and their networks in various areas of the Middle East. In the early 20th century Christian missions increasingly paid more attention to organisation and bureaucratisation ('rationalisation'), and media became more important to their work. The volume analyses how non-missionaries took over, to a certain extent, the aims and organisations of the missionaries as to humanitarianism. It seeks to discover and retrace such 'entangled histories' for the first time in an integral perspective. Contributors include: Beth Baron, Philippe Bourmaud, Seija Jalagin, Nazan Maksudyan, Michael Marten, Heleen (L.) Murre-van den Berg, Inger Marie Okkenhaug, Idir Ouahes, Maria Chiara Rioli, Karène Sanchez Summerer, Bertrand Taithe, and Chantal Verdeil.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004434530
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