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Henry Venn--missionary statesman

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Published by Orbis Books in Maryknoll, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Venn, Henry, 1796-1873.,
  • Church Missionary Society -- History -- 19th century.,
  • Church of England -- England -- Clergy -- Biography.,
  • Missions -- Theory -- History of doctrines -- 19th century.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilbert R. Shenk.
    SeriesAmerican Society of Missiology series ;, no. 6
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX5199.V443 S53 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 175 p. ;
    Number of Pages175
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3498632M
    ISBN 100883441810
    LC Control Number82018779


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Wilberforce, Grant, Macaulay, Stephen, and Thornton were at the Henry Venn was born and bred among the British evangelical aristocracy at Clapham. Wilberforce, Grant, Macaulay, Stephen, and Thornton were at the height of their powers - leading the campaign against slavery, promoting public morals, founding philanthropic and missionary societies - at the turn of the nineteenth  › Books › History › World.

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Venn was born at Clapham, London, into a leading evangelical Anglican family. His grandfather, Henry Venn (), was an outstanding pastor-evangelist identified with the Evangelical   Venn’s son John eventually became president of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and son Henry was a parish priest.

When Henry Venn died Januhe was buried, according to his request, in Mortlake parish cemetery, West London, in a plain wood coffin. The simple dignity of the service reflected the strength of the :// Memoir of Henry Venn, B.D. prebendary of St. Paul's, and honorary secretary of the Church Missionary Society / William Knight Knight, William, [ Book: ]   Pioneer Missionary, Evangelical Statesman A Life of A T (Tim) Houghton About the Book a study of the missionary policies of Henry Venn of CMS, and The Expansion of Christianity (Lion).

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His life spanned the greater part of it - he was born in its first decade and died in the last. He lived through a transformation /timeline//samuel-adjai-crowtherhtml. Henry Venn became a secretary of the Church Missionary Society (of which Buxton was a vice president) during the Niger Expedition period.

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And Henry was to be a leading missionary statesman within what has been ‘the Great Century of Protestant Missions’, which was the nineteenth ://   As the general secretary of the Church Missionary Society in London, Henry Venn set a goal of establishing churches that would be self-governing, self-supporting, and self- propagating.

He taught as soon as a church was functioning in these ways, the missionaries should go to "regions beyond" where they could begin the process Henry Venn’s grandson, also named Henry, became a missionary-statesman in the Church of England, who argued for giving native converts leadership of their own churches.

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Crowther to the secretary of the Fund, Rev. Storer Clark   Shenk, Wilbert R. HENRY VENN: MISSIONARY STATESMAN (AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MISSIOLOGY).

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Henry Venn: missionary statesman by: Shenk, Wilbert R. Published: () Into all the world: a biography of Max Warren by: Dillistone, F. Published: () Henry Martyn. Image source: Wikipedia. This collection of the writings of Henry Martyn can be divided into three parts.

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My thanks to the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide for making this book available for digitisation   history, dynamics. scope, and future direction of African Theology can perhaps best be recognised and assessed. History The. distinguishable roots of the modern-day movement reach back more than a century to Henry Venn and others who, attempting to establish appropriate objectives for   Warren, Max Alexander Cunningham (–) General secretary of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) and British missionary statesman.

Born in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland, of Irish missionary parents, Warren spent his early years in In Henry Venn became secretary of CMS and took up the cause once championed by William Wilberforce and Thomas Fowell Buxton to eradicate slavery by promoting the `Bible and plow.” Around the same time the famed missionary explorer, David Livingstone, arrived in South   henry venn, b.

prebendary of st. paul’s, and honorary secretary. of the church missionary society. william knight, m.a. rector of pitt portion, tiverton, and chaplain to his grace the lord archbishop of canterbury formerly secretary of the church missionary society.

grandson of henry venn of huddersfield and yelling, confidante of   Web view. On the Punjab School and missions see Stanley Elwood Brush, ‘Protestants in the Punjab: Religion and Social Change in an Indian Province in the Nineteenth Century’ (PhD diss., University of California at Berkeley, ) 52–65; and his ‘Protestants in Conflict: Policy and Early Practice in the British Punjab’, Al-Mushir, 17, nos 4–6 (April, May, June ) 91–; John C.B Full text of "Robert Clark of the Panjab: pioneer and missionary statesman" See other formats   Henry Venn, Stephen's brother-in-law, was named honorary clerical secretary pro tempore of CMS in In he resigned as parish priest and worked full-time, and without salary, for CMS until At the time of Venn's appointment as honorary clerical secretary, the CMS was in a +legacy+of+James+Stephen.-a Full text of "Memoir of Henry Venn, B.D.: prebendary of St.

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